fsweb — launch the Disks and File Systems tool of HP System Management Homepage (HP SMH)
The Disks and File Systems
tool is a system management tool that allows you to manage disks, logical volumes, and filesystems on HP-UX installed systems. This tool has a Web-based user interface (GUI) and a terminal user interface (TUI).
command can launch both the terminal user interface (TUI) and the Web-based interface (GUI)
of the Disks and File Systems tool.
In the case of TUI, the
command launches the Disks and File Systems window in the HP SMH TUI.
In the case of GUI, the
command launches the Disks and File Systems tool of HP SMH.
You must be a privileged user to access the Disks and File Systems tool.
With the Disks and File Systems tool,
you can configure the following:
Add, configure, or unconfigure disk devices, including hard drives,
floppy drives, CD-ROMs and disk arrays.
Add, modify, or remove local file systems, or convert them to long file names.
Configure HFS or VxFS file systems.
Remote file systems, including:
Add, modify, or remove remote (NFS) file systems.
Add, modify, or remove cache file systems (CFS).
Add, modify, or remove common internet file system (CIFS).
Allow or disallow access by remote systems to local file systems.
Modify RPC (Remote Procedure Call) services' security.
Examine, create, extend, or reduce a volume-group pool of disks.
Create, extend or change number of mirrored copies
of a logical volume and associated file system.
Remove a logical volume or increase its size.
Split or merge mirrored copies of a logical volume. This action is available on
a system that has Mirror/UX product installed.
Distribute or undistribute volume groups
(only on Serviceguard clusters running Serviceguard Extension for Real Application Cluster
Display hardware path information, device information, and select devices in eit
her legacy or agile view. For more information, see intro(7).
When you run
it attempts to connect to a Mozilla Web browser running on the X server
defined by the
finds a running Mozilla client, it uses that client.
initiates a new Mozilla session.
The new session is initiated only if the Mozilla process is running in the same
system as that referenced by the
variable, unless the
option is used.
invokes the Mozilla Web browser.
To support any other browser
(for example, Netscape), set the
environment variable as shown below:
command opens the terminal user interface if any of the following conditions
is invoked with the
environment variable is not set.
command opens the Web-based interface if all the following conditions
is invoked with
environment variable is set.
is available on the system.
command cannot open the Web-based interface,
the command opens the terminal user interface.
recognizes the following options:
Forces the use of a client browser, even when the X-traffic
between the X-server and the Mozilla browser is not secure.
option only when the network traffic between the host where Mozilla
is running and the host in the
environment variable is secure.
to invoke the Web-based interface.
cannot start the Web browser, it starts the terminal interface of the Disks and File Systems tool.
Generate a temporary login bypass key.
The bypass key enables the privileged user to access the Web
interface without having to provide login information again.
to invoke the Web-based interface of the Disks and File Systems tool.
Open the terminal user interface for managing disks, logical volumes, and file systems regardless of the current setting of the
Other Ways to Start the Tools
You can also start the Disks and File Systems tool using one of the following methods:
and select the
Disks and File Systems
to launch the terminal user interface or press
on the keyboard to launch the Web-based interface.
Type the URL
in the address bar of the Web browser to open the Web-based interface.
is the name of the server.
Open the HP-UX Systems Insight Manager on the server and
select the Network Configuration tool from the
Configure -> HP-UX Configuration menu.
The online help is available with the product. The online help provides information on how to use the tool.
returns one of the following values:
was developed by Hewlett-Packard.