The SCI Tool enables you to configure system configuration profiles interactively.
# sysconfig configure
The current configuration of a system is stored in the sc_profile.xml file. If you use this command, the settings that you define in the SCI Tool panels will replace the current configuration.
# sysconfig create-profile -o new-profile-location
This command creates a new sc_profile.xml in the location that you specified. For example, if you specified –o /tmpdir, then the new profile is /tmpdir/sc_profile.xml. Thus, the current configuration profile is not overwritten. If you prefer, you can rename the profile later after you have completed setting parameters in the SCI Tool panels.
Either command syntax opens the SCI Tool. The tool consists of interactive panels for setting system configuration information.
If you used the command sysconfig configure, the settings are applied to the system. If you used the command sysconfig create-profile, the settings are saved to sc_profile.xml in the location you specified, for example, /tmpdir/sc_profile.xml.