lscfg zeigt alle installierten Devices mit Location Code
lscfg -v lists all installed devices in detail
lscfg -vl (device name) lists device details

bootinfo -b reports last device the system booted from
bootinfo -k reports keyswitch position
1=secure, 2=service, 3=normal

bootinfo -r reports amount of memory (/ by 1024)
bootinfo -s (disk device) reports size of disk drive
bootinfo -T reports type of machine
ie rspc,rs6ksmp,rspc or chrp

lsattr -El sys0 Zeigt alle System Einstellungen.
lsattr -El sys0 -a realmem Zeigt das Memory des Systems.

mknod (device) c (major no) (minor no) Creates a /dev/ device file.
mknod /dev/null1 c 2 3

lsdev -C zeigt alle „customised devices“ also alle installierten
lsdev -P zeigt alle „pre-defined devices“ also die unterstützten
lsdev -(C or P) -c (class) -t (type) -s (subtype)
lsdev -C -r class zeigt alle Klassen, die angepasst wurden

chdev -l (device) -a (attribute)=(new value) Einstellen von Attributen eines Device
chdev -l sys0 -a maxuproc=2048 Beispiel: Erhöhung max. Userprozesse

lists all installed deviceslsattr -EH -l (device) -D Lists the defaults in the pre-defined db
lsattr -EH -l sys0 -a modelname

rmdev -l (device) Change device state from available to defined
rmdev -l (device) -d Delete the device
rmdev -l (device) -SR S stops device, R unconfigures child devices

lsresource -l (device) Displays bus resource attributes of a device.

cfgmgr Configures devices
cfgmgr -i /dev/cd0 Configure devices and install drivers from /dev/cd0
if required
cfgmgr -S Run in serial, used with a larger number of disks
cfgmgr -l scsi0 Es wird nur dieses Device Konfiguriert