The difference between 'secons -s' and 'secons -sk' commands

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What is the difference between the commands 'secons -s' and 'secons -sk'?

There is a subtle difference between the 'secons -s' and 'secons -sk' commands.



The 'secons -s' command will stop the 3 main PIM (Access Control) daemons: seosd, seoswd and seagent.

The 'secons -sk' command will also stop those 3 main PIM (Access Control) daemons (seosd, seoswd and seagent), and will prepare the PIM (Access Control) kernel to unload. 

Then you will need to also run: SEOS_load -u to fully unload the PIM (Access Control) kernel.


If you only want to stop and  PIM (Access Control), you can run:

secons -s

If you want to stop and unload PIM (Access Control) and its kernel, you need to run:

secons -sk 

SEOS_load u