Become superuser or assume an equivalent role.
Roles contain authorizations and privileged commands. For more information about roles, see Configuring RBAC (Task Map).
Run ASET interactively by using the aset command.
# /usr/aset/aset -l level -d pathname
Specifies the level of security. Valid values are low, medium, or high. The default setting is low. For detailed information about security levels, see ASET Security Levels.
Specifies the working directory for ASET. The default is /usr/aset.
Verify that ASET is running by viewing the ASET execution log that is displayed on the screen.
The execution log message identifies which tasks are being run.
In the following example, ASET is run at low security with the default working directory.
# /usr/aset/aset -l low ======= ASET Execution Log ======= ASET running at security level low Machine = jupiter; Current time = 0111_09:26 aset: Using /usr/aset as working directory Executing task list ... firewall env sysconf usrgrp tune cklist eeprom All tasks executed. Some background tasks may still be running. Run /usr/aset/util/taskstat to check their status: /usr/aset/util/taskstat [aset_dir] where aset_dir is ASET's operating directory,currently=/usr/aset. When the tasks complete, the reports can be found in: /usr/aset/reports/latest/*.rpt You can view them by: more /usr/aset/reports/latest/*.rpt