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 pstat_getstatic(2) -- get system information
    The pstat functions return information about various system contexts. The contents of the various associated data structures, structs pst_crashdev, pst_crashinfo, pst_diskinfo, pst_dynamic, pst_fileinfo, pst_fileinfo2, pst_filedetails, pst_ipcinfo, pst_lvinfo, pst_mpathnode, pst_msginfo, pst_node, pst_pmqinfo, pst_processor, pst_pseminfo, pst_pset, pst_seminfo, pst_shminfo, pst_stable, pst_static,...
 pstat_getstream(2) -- get system information
    The pstat functions return information about various system contexts. The contents of the various associated data structures, structs pst_crashdev, pst_crashinfo, pst_diskinfo, pst_dynamic, pst_fileinfo, pst_fileinfo2, pst_filedetails, pst_ipcinfo, pst_lvinfo, pst_mpathnode, pst_msginfo, pst_node, pst_pmqinfo, pst_processor, pst_pseminfo, pst_pset, pst_seminfo, pst_shminfo, pst_stable, pst_static,...
 pstat_getswap(2) -- get system information
    The pstat functions return information about various system contexts. The contents of the various associated data structures, structs pst_crashdev, pst_crashinfo, pst_diskinfo, pst_dynamic, pst_fileinfo, pst_fileinfo2, pst_filedetails, pst_ipcinfo, pst_lvinfo, pst_mpathnode, pst_msginfo, pst_node, pst_pmqinfo, pst_processor, pst_pseminfo, pst_pset, pst_seminfo, pst_shminfo, pst_stable, pst_static,...
 pstat_getvminfo(2) -- get system information
    The pstat functions return information about various system contexts. The contents of the various associated data structures, structs pst_crashdev, pst_crashinfo, pst_diskinfo, pst_dynamic, pst_fileinfo, pst_fileinfo2, pst_filedetails, pst_ipcinfo, pst_lvinfo, pst_mpathnode, pst_msginfo, pst_node, pst_pmqinfo, pst_processor, pst_pseminfo, pst_pset, pst_seminfo, pst_shminfo, pst_stable, pst_static,...
 ptrace(2) -- process trace
    The ptrace() system call provides a means by which a process can control the execution of another process. Its primary use is for the implementation of a breakpoint debugging mechanism (see adb(1)) and involves a tracing and a traced process. The traced process behaves normally until it encounters a signal (see signal(2) for the list) at which time it enters a stopped state and the tracing process...
 putmsg(2) -- send a message on a stream
    The putmsg() function creates a message from a process buffer(s) and sends the message to a STREAMS file. The message may contain either a data part, a control part, or both. The data and control parts are distinguished by placement in separate buffers, as described below. The semantics of each part is defined by the STREAMS module that receives the message. The putpmsg() function does the same th...
 putpmsg(2) -- send a message on a stream
    The putmsg() function creates a message from a process buffer(s) and sends the message to a STREAMS file. The message may contain either a data part, a control part, or both. The data and control parts are distinguished by placement in separate buffers, as described below. The semantics of each part is defined by the STREAMS module that receives the message. The putpmsg() function does the same th...
 pwrite(2) -- write on a file
    The write() function attempts to write nbyte bytes from the buffer pointed to by buf to the file associated with the open file descriptor, fildes. If nbyte is 0, write() will return 0 and have no other results if the file is a regular file. Otherwise, the results are unspecified. On a regular file or other file capable of seeking, the actual writing of data proceeds from the position in the file i...
 pwrite64(2) -- non-POSIX standard API interfaces to support large files
    New API's to support large files in 32-bit applications. These API interfaces are not a part of the POSIX standard and may be removed in the future. creat64() The creat64() function returns a file descriptor which can be used to grow the file past 2 GB if desired. All other functional behaviors, returns, and errors are identical to creat(). fstat64() The fstat64() function is identical to fstat()...
 pw_getukid(2) -- lightweight synchronization mechanism
    Postwait is a fast, lightweight sleep/wakeup mechanism that can be used for synchronization by cooperating kernel threads within a single process or between separate processes. A thread calls pw_wait() to block. It resumes execution when it is posted by another thread, the call expires, or is signaled. If one or more posts are already pending, pw_wait returns immediately. Threads using postwait ar...
 pw_getvmax(2) -- lightweight synchronization mechanism
    Postwait is a fast, lightweight sleep/wakeup mechanism that can be used for synchronization by cooperating kernel threads within a single process or between separate processes. A thread calls pw_wait() to block. It resumes execution when it is posted by another thread, the call expires, or is signaled. If one or more posts are already pending, pw_wait returns immediately. Threads using postwait ar...
 pw_post(2) -- lightweight synchronization mechanism
    Postwait is a fast, lightweight sleep/wakeup mechanism that can be used for synchronization by cooperating kernel threads within a single process or between separate processes. A thread calls pw_wait() to block. It resumes execution when it is posted by another thread, the call expires, or is signaled. If one or more posts are already pending, pw_wait returns immediately. Threads using postwait ar...
 pw_postv(2) -- lightweight synchronization mechanism
    Postwait is a fast, lightweight sleep/wakeup mechanism that can be used for synchronization by cooperating kernel threads within a single process or between separate processes. A thread calls pw_wait() to block. It resumes execution when it is posted by another thread, the call expires, or is signaled. If one or more posts are already pending, pw_wait returns immediately. Threads using postwait ar...
 pw_wait(2) -- lightweight synchronization mechanism
    Postwait is a fast, lightweight sleep/wakeup mechanism that can be used for synchronization by cooperating kernel threads within a single process or between separate processes. A thread calls pw_wait() to block. It resumes execution when it is posted by another thread, the call expires, or is signaled. If one or more posts are already pending, pw_wait returns immediately. Threads using postwait ar...
 quotactl(2) -- manipulate disk quotas
    quotactl() manipulates disk quotas. cmd indicates a command to be applied to the user ID uid. Parameter special is a pointer to a null-terminated string containing the path name of the block special device for the file system being manipulated. The block special device must be mounted. The parameter addr is the address of an optional, command-specific, data structure which is copied in or out of t...
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