Changes the configuration of the system to remove QoS support.
/usr/sbin/rmqos [ -I | -N | -B ]
The rmqos command changes the current configuration of the system to remove Quality of Service (QoS) support.
|-B||Removes the entry in the inittab file that enables QoS at system startup and stops the QoS daemons. This flag is the default.|
|-I||Removes the entry in the inttab file that enables QoS at system startup but does not affect the currently running QoS subsystem.|
|-N||Disables QoS support immediately but does not change the inittab file.|
|inittab||Controls the initialization process of the system.|
|/etc/rc.qos||Contains the startup script for the QoS daemons.|
The mkqos command.
TCP/IP Quality of Service (QoS) in the AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Communications and Networks.