Database consistency checking: authck(ADM) and addxusers(ADM)
program checks the consistency of the
There are several command line options that
restrict the scope of the checking. This example
option checks all databases and automatically repairs
any inconsistencies found:
authck -a -y
command has the -e and -s options
for checking the consistency of the UNIX account database files:
/etc/passwd and /etc/group.
You can use the Reports Manager to generate reports based on these
Creating UNIX system and TCB account database reports
select Checks and Verifications
from the Reports menu.
You have these options:
Check consistency of account databases
This report uses the
command to check each
database. When the authck command is executed from the
command line, you are given the option of allowing authck
to repair any inconsistencies.
Check validity of /etc/passwd and /etc/group files
This selection does the same checking that is done when a new
user is created, executing the
command with the -e and -s options.
Error messages and warning messages are
generated; any error messages must be acted upon.
System file integrity checking: integrity(ADM)
Automatic database checking and recovery: tcbck(ADM)
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003