strvf - STREAMS verification tool
strvf executes a series of subcommands that verify whether or not
STREAMS is currently installed and configured on your system. All
output is sent to stdout. Verbose output is always sent to the
These subcommands make sure that the STREAMS kernel daemons are
running and that open(), putmsg(), getmsg(), ioctl(), and close() can
be performed on /dev/echo.
-v Specifies verbose output to be displayed
strvf Verify STREAMS is working. Brief summary of status
is displayed on screen. Verbose description of
each subcommand and its status is copied to the
strvf -v Verify STREAMS is working. Verbose description of
each subcommand and its status is displayed on the
screen and copied to the logfile. This option is
useful in troubleshooting strvf failures.
/var/adm/streams/strvf.log Logfile containing a verbose
description and status of all
/dev/echo Loopback STREAMS driver used
open(2), close(2), getmsg(2), putmsg(2), streamio(7).
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