update Resource Manager database
/etc/conf/bin/idresadd [-r confdir]
[-d] [-f] [-p] module_name
The idresadd command
reads the System file for the named
driver in /etc/conf/sdevice.d.
That is, it reads the file specified by module_name,
and attempts to create an entry in the Resource Manager database
for every active entry in the System file.
(Active entries are those with a ``Y'' in the configured field.)
The idresadd command first attempts to match the hardware device being
added with an existing entry in the Resource Manager.
the Resource Manager entry must have no MODNAME set, or
a MODNAME that
matches the name of the driver being added.
Also, the driver must have at
least one of its hardware parameters (one of IRQ,
or MEMADDR) set, and the parameter(s) must match in the Resource Manager
entry and the System file entry.
If no matching entry is found in the Resource Manager, a new entry
is added to the file.
No entry is added to the Resource Manager
if any entry already exists for a driver unless the -f option is present
to force the addition of the entry.
New entries in the Resource Manager database are tagged with
CM_ENTRY_DEFAULT, unless -n is given.
When -n is given, other entries that match the driver's MODNAME and are
tagged with CM_ENTRY_DEFAULT are removed.
Delete entries from resmgr instead of adding them.
This does not affect the resmgr database for a loaded driver.
Force the addition of an entry for a driver already in the Resource Manager.
Mark new entries as pseudo-devices.
Specify an alternate to the /etc/conf directory.
in-core copy of Resource Manager database
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004