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       lamclean - Attempt to clean entire LAM system.


       lamclean [-hv]


       -h      Print the command help menu.

       -v      Be verbose.


       The  lamclean  command  attempts to remove all user processes and messages from all nodes.
       It  also  de-allocates  all  user  allocated  resources  and  cancels  all  user   process
       registrations.   This  happens  by  invoking  many  different  remote  services which have
       previously been invoked individually by several other  commands.   These  commands  should
       still  be  used  when  partial  selective removal of user presence is desired.  Otherwise,
       lamclean is a quick and convenient way of  starting  over  after  a  bad  application  run
       without rebooting the system.

       lamclean takes the following actions on the following system processes on all nodes:

       kenyad         The  LAM  SIGUDIE  signal  (terminate)  is sent to all user processes.  See

       bufferd        The entire daemon is  reset  to  its  initial  state  after  booting.   See

       filed          All user file descriptors are closed.  See fctl(1).

       traced         All traces are removed.  See lamtrace(1).

       lamclean  will not succeed if any of the nodes are unreachable due to catastrophic failure
       or maximum buffer overflow with link jamming.  If lamclean does not return, use lamwipe(1)
       and lamboot(1) to restart the multicomputer.


       lamboot(1), lamwipe(1), sweep(1), doom(1), fctl(1), lamtrace(1)