laygodlmd is a Unix daemon program for Linux and Solaris.
laygodlmd <password file>where
<password file>is a required parameter containing the name of the password file for the server. A password file is a file which contains an encrypted password. A password can be embedded into a password file using the utility dlmpassword.
See DLM Security for more information about passwords and password files.
Optional command line parameters are as follows:
[-e <error file>] [-l <log file>] [-u <user name>] [-w <working directory>]
The defaults for the optional command line parameters are as follows:
error file = laygodlmd.log log file = laygodlmd.log user name = NULL working directory = <current directory>
To terminate laygodlmd, use the ps command to find the process id, then enter:
kill -HUP <process id>