dtshutdown - Notify desktop and shutdown the system
/usr/sysadm/privbin/dtshutdown [-g <grace_period>] [-i <init_state>] [-p]
[-w "hr:min(am|pm) day"]
dtshutdown shuts down (restarts) the system after shutting down the
desktop. This command is used by the Shut Down System and Restart System
tasks on the toolchest(1X) System menu.
allows the super-user to change the number of seconds from the 60-
second default. By default both the Shut Down System and Restart
System tasks use a grace period of zero.
specifies the state that init(1M) is to be put in following the
warnings, if any. By default, system state "0" is used.
Supported init_states are: 0, 1, s, S, 6
Please see shutdown(1M) for more details.
-p If the new init_state is 0, then -p requests that the power be
turned off after the system is shut down. Only some systems support
-w "hr:min(am|pm) day"
request that system power back on at a future time. Please see
wakeupat(1m). Also, note that '-w' takes a single argument, enclosed
-w "5:30pm Monday"
sysmgr(1M), runpriv(1M), init(1M), shutdown(1M), wakeupat(1M), syssgi(2).
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