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 rmtab(4) -- local file system mount statistics
    File /etc/rmtab contains a record of all clients that mounted remote file systems from this machine. Whenever a remote mount is done, an entry is made in the rmtab file of the machine serving that file system. umount removes the entry of a remotely mounted file system. umount -a broadcasts to all servers that they should remove all entries from rmtab created by the sender of the broadcast message....
 rndc.conf(4) -- rndc configuration file
    The BIND utility for controlling the name server, rndc, has its own configuration file /etc/rndc.conf. This file has a structure and syntax similar to that of named's configuration file, named.conf. Statements are enclosed in braces and terminated with a semi-colon. Clauses in the statements are also semi-colon terminated. The usual comment styles supported are: C style: /* */ C++ style: // to en...
 rpc(4) -- rpc program number data base
    File /etc/rpc contains user-readable names that can be used in place of RPC program numbers. Each line has the following information: + Name of server for the RPC program + RPC program number + Aliases Items are separated by any number of blanks and tab characters. A # anywhere in the file indicates a comment extending to the end of that line.
 rtradvd.conf(4) -- configuration file for router advertisement daemon
    This file describes the information used by rtradvd(1M) when constructing IPv6 router advertisement packets for a specific interface as specified by RFC 2461 ("Neighbor Discovery for IP Version 6"). This file is read by rtradvd at initialization time or upon reception of signal SIGHUP. rtradvd configuration consists of two general statements (defaults, interface) and one substatement (prefixinfo...
 sccsfile(4) -- format of SCCS file
    An SCCS file is an ASCII file consisting of six logical parts: checksum Sum of all characters in the file except the first line. delta table Contains information about each delta. user names Login names and/or numerical group IDs of users who are allowed to add deltas. flags Definitions of internal keywords. comments Arbitrary descriptive information about the file. body Actual text lines intermix...
 sd(4) -- all objects that Software Distributor (SD) uses, their attributes and storage formats
    The SD commands create, install, distribute and manage software objects (bundles, products, subproducts and filesets). In addition, they define and manage other objects in support of the software administration tasks which users perform. This manual page describes the SD software object classes, their attributes, and the file formats used to store their definitions. For an overview of all SD comma...
 securenets(4) -- NIS map security file
    The /etc/securenets file defines networks and hosts that may access the NIS maps on a server. Each line in the file gives a network mask and a net address, each in dotted quad format. For example: The file may have any number of netmask/net pairs. When ypserv is started on the server, it checks for the existence of /etc/securenets and reads its contents into memory if ...
 security(4) -- security defaults configuration file
    A number of system commands and features are configured based on certain parameters defined in the /etc/default/security configuration file. This file must be world readable and root writable. Each line in the file is treated either as a comment or as configuration information for a given system command or feature. Comments are denoted by a # at the beginning of a line. Noncomment lines are of the...
 services(4) -- service name data base
    The file /etc/services associates official service names and aliases with the port number and protocol the services use. For each service a single line should be present with the following information: Port numbers 0 through 1023 are assigned by RFC 1700. This RFC also lists the conventional use of various ports with numbers greater tha...
 services.window(4) -- file containing applications and their associated memory window id
    The files /etc/services.window is used by applications using memory windows. Each line in the /etc/services.window file associates an application with a memory window id. A line in the /etc/services.window file cannot start with a space or tab. The format is a unique name, defining the application, followed by a space/tab, followed by a unique window_id. See the sample file in EXAMPLES. Memory win...
 shadow(4) -- shadow password file
    The /etc/shadow file is created from the /etc/passwd file by the pwconv command. It is readable only by a privileged user. It can be modified by the passwd, useradd, usermod, and userdel commands. Programs may use the interfaces described in the getspent(3C) manpage to access this information. These functions return a pointer to an spwd structure, which is defined in the header file.
 shells(4) -- list of allowed login shells
    /etc/shells is an ASCII file containing a list of legal shells on the system. Each shell is listed in the file by its absolute path name. Lines or portions of lines beginning with # are assumed to be comments and are ignored. Blank lines are also ignored.
 slp.conf(4) -- Configuration file for SLP Agents
    The /etc/slp.conf file contains various configuration options for the agents which include the clients that use SLP APIs, the Service Agent server and Directory agents. It determines the configuration of all the SLP agents running on that host. The SLP SA server and DA read the slp.conf file during their invocation and also when they are reconfigured by sending the SIGHUP signal. The properties sp...
 slp.reg(4) -- SLP static registration file
    The /etc/slp.reg file provides a mechanism for old applications which are not SLP enabled and cannot be converted, and for portably exchanging registrations between SLP implementations. This file contains a list of service registrations that are read by slpd at startup time and advertised later by slpd which can be acting either as the service agent server or the directory agent. The character enc...
 sm(4) -- statd directory and file structures
    /var/statmon/sm and /var/statmon/sm.bak are directories generated by statd (see statd(1M)). Each file in /var/statmon/sm represents one or more machines to be monitored by the statd daemon. Each file in /var/statmon/sm.bak represents one or more machines to be notified by the statd daemon upon its recovery. /var/statmon/state is a file generated by statd to record its version number. This version ...
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