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sysman_menu - Graphical interface to run system management tasks
/usr/sbin/sysman [-ui cui | gui] [-display displayname] [-menu] [-host
/usr/sbin/sysman [-accel] <accelerator> [arguments]
/usr/sbin/sysman [-menu] <name> [arguments]
/usr/sbin/sysman [-menu] -list
/usr/sbin/sysman [-menu] -help | -h
/usr/sbin/sysman -focus hostname
-ui Specifies the user interface to be invoked. The choices are:
cui Specifies command line interface.
gui Specifies graphical user interface.
Specifies the display screen on where sysman_menu displays its window.
If the display option is not specified, sysman_menu uses the display
screen specified by your DISPLAY environment variable. The display
option has the format hostname:server.number. The default is :0.0. For
more information, see the X(1X) reference page.
In a TruCluster environment, some management tasks effect the cluster
as a whole and some are local to a specific cluster member. If a task
requires focus, the "Choose a host to manage" dialog box will be
displayed. To launch the task directly, bypassing this dialog box, you
can specify the -focus option.
-accel accelerator arguments
Directly invokes the task with that accelerator. Any arguments are
passed on to the task itself. Use sysman -list for a list of the
If the accelerator is for a branch of the menu and not an executable
task, then the menu hierarchy is expanded to display the contents of
the specified branch.
-menu menu_name arguments
Same as -accel option but the name of the task as displayed in the
SysMan Menu is specified. For example, sysman -menu "Manage local
users". Any arguments are passed on to the task itself.
The name is for a branch of the menu and not an executable task, then
the menu hierarchy is expanded to display the contents of the specified
Specifies the name of the remote host that will be connected.
This option implies that the intent to perform remote management of a
system through a Java client.
The hostname can be the same system that launched the SysMan Menu.
Displays a list of all the tasks that can be run from the SysMan Menu
and their accelerators.
Displays help for the SysMan Menu.
SysMan Menu is used by the system administrator to obtain system management
data and run selected system management tasks. SysMan Menu provides a menu
of system management tasks in a tree type display, with branches of
management categories and leaves of actual tasks. Selecting a leaf or tasks
invokes a task, which displays a dialog for performing the task.
SysMan Menu and its associated tasks can be run on an X Windows display, a
terminal with curses capability, locally on a PC, or from a Web browser.
For detailed information in running SysMan Menu from a PC or a Web browser,
please use your Web browser and go to:
Online help is available for the SysMan Menu. To get help, select the Help
You must have root privileges to perform most tasks with this application.
You can grant root privileges for specific users or groups of users using
the Division of Privileges (DOP) application. See the dop(8) reference page
and the online help in the sysman dopconfig application for additional
You must have the root privileges to execute some of the tasks on the
1. The following example shows how to launch the Manage local users task
from the command line using an accelerator name:
sysman -accel users
2. The following example shows how to invoke SysMan Menu in curses mode:
sysman -ui cui
3. The following example shows how to get a listing of tasks and their
4. The following example displays the status of the NFS related daemons
on a remote cluster member:
sysman -focus nfs_config_status
5. The following example launches the SysMan Menu remotely on the host
sysman -hostname system1
6. The following example launches the Manage local users task remotely on
the host named system1:
sysman -hostname system1 -accel users
Commands: sysman_station(8), sysman_cli(8), sysman_clone(8), sysman(8)
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