Enter the following commands in a server console to perform maintenance for NSS pools and volumes on Linux and NetWare.
Scans for logical volumes within the specified active pool.
Shows all of the currently available NSS pools.
Scans for and loads all ZLSS pools.
Shows the last 100 pool I/O errors reported from the block layer that have occurred since the server’s last reboot. The block layer does not have many error codes (unlike the NetWare Media Manager), so the usefulness of the error may be limited. NSS stores some block layer errors in the /var/log/messages file. Look for BIO_ in the log file to see if any pool I/O error messages are present..
Use the pool commands in this section at load time. Any encrypted volumes on the pool cannot be automatically activated. Encrypted volumes remain deactive until you activate the volume manually and provide the password on the first activation after a reboot.
Place the PoolAuto commands in the nssstart.cfg file to make them persist across reboots. On NetWare, the nssstart.cfg file is in the c:nwserver directory, and on Linux, it is in the /etc/opt/novell/nss directory.
Displays the pool’s current load-time policies.
Activates specified pools at load time.
Leaves specified pools in the deactivated state at load time.
Places specified pools in maintenance mode at pool load time.
Verify the specified pool’s physical integrity at startup time.
The following modifier commands can be used with the /PoolAuto commands to automatically handle pools of status type shared, corrupt, and questions.
Use the IncludeType or OverrideType modifier commands to include or override pools of the specified status type for a given /PoolAuto... command. Possible status types are SHARED, CORRUPT, and QUESTIONS.