File iucv_configure.8 of Package s390-tools.10760

.TH iucv_configure "8" "July 2013" "s390-tools"
.SH NAME
iucv_configure \- Configures or deconfigures a z/VM Inter-User Communications Vehicle (IUCV) network adapter
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B iucv_configure peer_userid online
.SH DESCRIPTION
.B iucv_configure
is intended to make it easy to persistently add and remove z/VM point-to-point IUCV network adapters. In addition to bringing the adapter online or offline, it will also create or delete the necessary udev rules for the adapter.
.SH PARAMETERS
.IP peer_userid
The z/VM userid of the virtual machine on the other end of the point-to-point connection.
.IP online
Either a literal 1 to bring the adapter online or a literal 0 to take it offline
.SH FILES
.I /etc/udev/rules.d/51-iucv-<peer_userid>.rules
.RS
This file provide the udev rules necessary to activate a specific IUCV adapter.
.RE
.SH ENVIRONMENT
.IP DEBUG
If set to "yes" some minimal debugging information is output during execution.
.SH DIAGNOSTICS
The following messages may be issued on stdout:
.IP
.B /sysfs not present
.RS
The sysfs file system could not be found in /proc/mounts, so there's nothing the script can 
do. Return code 1 is set.
.RE
.IP
.B No IUCV user name given
.RS
You didn't specify the z/VM userid of the virtual machine to which you want to connect. Return code 2 is set.
.RE
.IP
.B Unable to connect to $PEER_USERID
.RS
The attempt to connect to the IUCV peer failed. Try "dmesg" to see if there is any indication why. Return code 3 is set.
.RE
.IP
.B Unable to remove device $netdev
.RS
The attempt to remove the IUCV adapter failed. Try "dmesg" to see if there is any indication why. Return code 4 is set.
.RE

If environment variable DEBUG is set to "yes," the following messages may be issued on stdout:
.IP
.B 
Configuring IUCV device ${PEER_USERID}
.RS
Just a little bit of verbosity, since it just indicates that we got past certain error checks and will now try to do something useful.
.RE
.IP
.B Configured device $iucvdev
.RS
The attempt to create the IUCV adapter was successful.
.RE
.IP
.B Removed device $iucvdev
.RS
The attempt to remove the IUCV adapter was successful.
.RE
.SH BUGS
Gotta be some, I'm sure. If you find one, please open a bug report.