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NAME

       fs_messages - Sets whether the Cache Manager writes log messages

SYNOPSIS

       fs messages [-show (user|console|all|none)] [-help]

       fs me [-s (user|console|all|none)] [-h]

DESCRIPTION

       The fs messages command controls whether the Cache Manager displays status and warning
       messages on user screens, the client machine console, on both, or on neither.

       There are two types of Cache Manager messages:

       ·   User messages provide user-level status and warning information, and the Cache Manager
           directs them to user screens.

       ·   Console messages provide system-level status and warning information, and the Cache
           Manager directs them to the client machine's designated console.

       Disabling messaging completely is not recommended, because the messages provide useful
       status and warning information.

OPTIONS

       -show (user|console|all|none)
           Specifies the types of messages to display. Choose one of the following values:

           user
               Send user messages to user screens.

           console
               Send console messages to the console.

           all Send user messages to user screens and console messages to the console (the
               default if the -show argument is omitted).

           none
               Do not send any messages to user screens or the console.

       -help
           Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are ignored.

EXAMPLES

       The following command instructs the Cache Manager to display both types of messages:

          % fs messages -show all

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

       The issuer must be logged in as the local superuser root.

SEE ALSO

       afsd(8)

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