-kboption in a command line that starts G2, after the new G2 process starts up, G2 loads the file specified by kb-file-path as its new current KB.
If you do not specify the directory in which the file is stored, G2 looks for the file in the directory from which G2 was launched. If you do not supply a filename extension in kb-file-path, G2 assumes that the extension is
-startoption is present on the command line, the new G2 process also starts the new current KB.
-initoption is specified in the command line, the new G2 process ignores the
If the file
MD.KBis stored in the root directory (that is, in the directory / on UNIX platforms, the directory \ on Window NT platforms, or in the directory
on VMS platforms), G2 checks whether the file name specified by kb-file-path is listed in
NOCMD.KBresides in the root directory, G2 loads a KB file only if its full pathname is listed there.
/usr/kmm/factory-monitor.kbas its new current KB: