autosysconfig - Maintains the list of dynamic kernel subsystems that are automatically configured
/sbin/init.d/autosysconfig add | delete | list [ subsystem-name]
Use the autosysconfig program to maintain the kernel's list of dynamic subsystems that are automatically configured at each system startup. The following list describes the autosysconfig commands: Adds a dynamic subsystem to the list. At each system startup, the specified subsystem is automatically configured into the kernel. (The object module that contains the subsystem must exist in the /subsys or /var/subsys directory for automatic configuration to work correctly.) You must specify the subsystem-name parameter with the add command. Deletes a dynamic subsystem from the list. At each system startup, the specified subsystem is omitted from the kernel. You must specify the subsystem-name parameter with the delete command. Lists the dynamic subsystems that are automatically configured at system startup.
The system issues the sysconfig -c command to configure dynamic subsystems at system startup. The subsystems are added to the kernel during the execution of the init program.
No dynamic subsystems are automatically configured by default. You must add a subsystem name to the list to enable automatic configuration of that subsystem.
The following are examples of using the autosysconfig command: To add a subsystem to the list of automatically configured subsystems, issue the following command:
Commands: sysconfig(8), sysconfigdb(8)
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