Removes a subsystem definition from the subsystem object class.
rmssys -s Subsystem
The rmssys command removes an existing subsystem definition from the subsystem object class. It also removes any subservers and notify method definitions that exist for the subsystem being removed.
|-s Subsystem||Specifies the name that uniquely identifies the subsystem to be removed. The rmssys command is unsuccessful if the subsystem name is not known in the subsystem object class. The rmssys command removes any subserver definitions from the Subserver Type object class that are defined for this subsystem, as well as any notify method definitions from the Notify object class that are defined for this subsystem.|
Auditing Events: If the
auditing subsystem has been properly configured and is
enabled, the rmssys command will generate the following audit
record (event) every time the command is executed:
|SRC_Delssys||Lists in an audit log the name of the subsystem being removed.|
See "Setting Up Auditing" in AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices for details about selecting and grouping audit events, and configuring audit event data collection.
|/etc/objrepos/SRCsubsys||Specifies the SRC Subsystem Configuration object class.|
|/etc/objrepos/SRCsubsvr||Specifies the SRC Subserver Configuration object class.|
|/etc/objrepos/SRCnotify||Specifies the SRC Notify Method object class.|
|/dev/SRC||Specifies the AF_UNIX socket file.|
|/dev/.SRC-unix||Specifies the location for temporary socket files.|
The auditpr command, mkssys command, lssrc command, chssys command, rmserver command, refresh command, startsrc command, stopsrc command, traceson command, tracesoff command.
System Resource Controller Overview in AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices.
System Resource Controller (SRC) Overview for Programmers in AIX 5L Version 5.1 General Programming Concepts: Writing and Debugging Programs.
Auditing Overview in AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices.