Manual pages are included with the installation of LifeKeeper for Linux. They are brought in with the lkMAN package (see below for the full package name).

Follow the steps below to view the manual pages for the LifeKeeper commands:

  1. Confirm LifeKeeper for Linux is installed on your OS. (For help installing LifeKeeper for Linux, click here)
  2. From a command prompt, Run:

rpm -qa | grep steel

Note: This will show you all of the LK rpm packages that are installed (as seen below).

  1. Once you have verified that the lkMAN package is installed, make sure the manpage rpms are installed on the OS in use.
  1. Run the following commands to set the MANPATH:

You should now be able to access the man pages.

Which commands have manuals?

Manuals for certain commands can be found in /opt/LifeKeeper/bin as seen below:

Command for accessing man pages

To view a man page for the above commands run the following:
  • man <command>

Example:


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