Script debugging tips
The following tips may be useful
when debugging SCO OpenServer 5 MDI
installation and configuration scripts:
Use the script command
to debug shell scripts such as the lkcfg script:
Put the set -x in the top of the script
that you are debugging.
Run the script command.
Run the netconfig command
and add your driver;
this will execute your lkcfg script
as part of driver configuration.
Type <Ctrl>D and look at the typescript file.
This file should contain all the output from the script
that contains the set -x line
as well as all the other information
sent to or from the screen.
Examine the ``sysdb'' records
in the /var/`llipathmap`/sysdb directory.
These are stanza format files
that contain configurable options
selected by the user when running netconfig,
including the adapter's KEY
and all options with TYPE=swconfig
and TYPE=link-kit in the AOF.
Verify entries in
by comparing them after the lkcfg script executes
with entries in the driver's sysdb record.
lkcfg is called by netconfig init or reconf.
Examine the contents of the
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