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cfg_subsys_config(3)					  cfg_subsys_config(3)

       cfg_subsys_config - configure a subsystem

       #include <cfg.h>

       cfg_status_t cfg_subsys_config(
	       cfg_handle_t *handle,
	       caddr_t subsys );

       Configuration Management Library (libcfg.a)

       Structure  identifying the means of communication between your applica‐
       tion and the configuration management server. For local requests,  pass
       NULL  in	 this  parameter. For remote requests, pass the value returned
       from the cfg_connect() routine.	Names the subsystem to be configured.

       To initially configure a subsystem into the kernel, call	 the  cfg_sub‐
       sys_config()  routine.  If the subsystem is not loaded into the kernel,
       this routine loads the subsystem. The routine then configures the  sub‐
       system  using  the  attribute settings from the /etc/sysconfigtab data‐
       base.  If no attributes are set in the  database,  the  default	values
       defined in the subsystem code are used.

       Each  subsystem is contained in a module file named subsystem-name.mod.
       For example, a subsystem named mysubsystem is contained in  the	mysub‐
       system.mod  module  file.  This	module file must exist in the /subsys,
       /var/subsys, or /sys/BINARY directory on the system you	are  configur‐

       Upon  successful	 completion,  cfg_subsys_config() returns CFG_SUCCESS.
       Other return values indicate that an error has occurred.	 For  informa‐
       tion  about  handling  return values from routines in the configuration
       management library, see libcfg(3).

       The following example illustrates the use  of  the  cfg_subsys_config()

       cfg_status_t	       retval; cfg_handle_t	       handle;

       retval = cfg_subsys_config(&handle, "vfs");

       if (retval != CFG_SUCCESS)

       In  this example, the cfg_subsys_config() routine attempts to configure
       the vfs subsystem. If an error is  returned,  the  corresponding	 error
       message is displayed to the application user.

       Commands: cfgmgr(8), sysconfig(8)

       Routines: cfg_subsys_reconfig(3), cfg_subsys_unconfig(3), libcfg(3)


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