To list status information
for all port monitors on a system, enter:
Unless you already know the type of a port monitor, you may need to use this general form of the command to find out what the valid type and tag names are.
The output of this command lists status information for all port monitors in the following way:
PMTAG PMTYPE FLGS RCNT STATUS COMMAND ttymon1 ttymon d 0 DISABLED /usr/lib/saf/ttymon # ttymon1 ttymon3 ttymon - 0 ENABLED /usr/lib/saf/ttymon # ports boardNote that the
FLGSfield includes information about the state in which a port monitor starts, not about its current state. For example, if ``ttymon1'' is enabled, the entry in the
STATUSfield will change from DISABLED to ENABLED, but the entry in the
FLGSfield will not change. The ``d'' flag indicates that the port monitor goes immediately to DISABLED state when it is started. After it has been started, you can put it in ENABLED state.