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 dump(1) -- incremental filesystem backup for EFS filesystems
    dump and rdump are applicable only to EFS filesystems, use xfsdump(1m) for XFS filesystems. dump backs up all files in filesystem or files changed after a certain date to magnetic tape or files. The key specifies the date and other options about the dump. key consists of characters from the set 0123456789fusCcdbWwn. Any arguments supplied for specific options are given as subsequent words on the command line, in the same order as that of the options listed. If no key is given, the key is assumed...
 dumpcounts(1) -- print out pixie .Counts file structure
    dumpcounts prints out the formatted contents of a .Counts file, as generated by running a pixified executable. dumpcounts recognizes the following options: -header Print the header in the file. -bbcount Print the count data bins -gprof Print the callgraph data.
 dvhtool(1) -- modify and obtain disk volume header information
    dvhtool is used to copy files to and from the volume header of disks. Formerly it had other functions also, but these have long been deprecated and have been removed. The disk volume header consists of two main parts: the partition table, and the volume directory. The volume directory is used to locate files kept in the volume header area of the disk for standalone use. The partition table describes the logical device partitions. You must be superuser to use dvhtool. Invoked with no arguments (o...
 dwarfdump(1) -- dumps DWARF debug information of an ELF object
    The dwarfdump command prints DWARF sections as requested by specific options. With no options nothing prints! The format is intended to be human readable. If a script is to parse the output, the -d option is useful. The format may change from release to release, so it is unwise to depend too heavily on the format. The dwarfdump command accepts one or more of the following options: -a Dumps all sections. Same as -bcfilmoprsy -tfv. -b Dumps the .debug_abbrev section. -c Dumps the .debug_loc sectio...
 DxfToIv(1) -- converts an Autodesk Data Exchange File format (.DXF) file to Open Inventor 2.0 format
    DxfToIv converts 3D model files in Autodesk DXF R12 format into Open Inventor 2.0 files. The program converts ASCII or binary .DXF format. Polygons, polylines, and certain versions of text are converted into equivalent Open Inventor objects. The DXF file divides the objects into layers and/or blocks. These layers and blocks are converted into Open Inventor separators so all DXF entities in a given layer are placed under one Open Inventor separator node. DXF text entities that refer to an AutoCAD...
 dynaweb(1) -- Inso Technology's IRIS InSight Dynaweb Server Extension
    dynaweb is a HTTP (web) server extension designed specifically for delivering searchable online books via any web client. For users who prefer to view and search online manuals via a web client, Dynaweb dynamically converts full-text indexed SGML files, the same source files used for display in IRIS InSight, to HTML. dynaweb runs as a CGI (Common Gateway Interface) program, and should not be executed standalone....
 ecadmin(1) -- configure and control the global event counters
    ecadmin may be used on systems with MIPS R1x000 processors to configure the global event counters maintained by IRIX using the underlying hardware event counter mechanisms. The global event counters are maintained on a system-wide basis, aggregated over all processes and for all user and system mode execution. The event arguments identify hardware-specific event counters. These may be either integers or mnemonic, case-insensitive names. In conjunction with the -e option, a single event specifica...
 ecfind(1) -- report processes using process-based event counters
    ecfind may be used on systems with R1x000 processors to discover which processes, if any, are currently using the process-based hardware event counter mechanisms, e.g. executing an application under the control of perfex(1). This is most useful in situations where the global event counters cannot be enabled with ecadmin(1) due to concurrent use of the process-based event counters. ecfind uses icrash(1) on the running kernel, and hence must be run as root. The options to ecfind are as follows; -t...
 echo(1) -- echo arguments
    echo writes its arguments separated by blanks and terminated by a newline (except when "-n" is specified, see below) on the standard output. It also understands C-like escape conventions; beware of conflicts with the shell's use of \: \b backspace \c print line without new-line \f form-feed \n new-line \r carriage return \t tab \v vertical tab \\ backslash \0n where n is the 8-bit character whose ASCII code is the 1-, 2- or 3-digit octal number representing that character. echo has...
 ecstats(1) -- report global event counter activity
    ecstats may be used on systems with R1x000 processors to interrogate the global event counters maintained by IRIX using the underlying hardware event counter mechanisms. The global event counters are maintained on a system-wide basis, aggregated over all processes and for all user and system mode execution. Global event counters are enabled and disabled using the ecadmin(1) command. The options to ecstats are as follows; -a Report absolute values for the event counters (the complement of -r). -C...
 ed(1) -- text editor
    ed is the standard text editor. red is a restricted version of ed. If the file argument is given, ed simulates an e command (see below) on the named file; that is to say, the file is read into ed's buffer so that it can be edited. Both ed and red process supplementary code set characters in file, and recognize supplementary code set characters in the prompt string given to the -p option (see below) according to the locale specified in the...
 edit(1) -- text editor (variant of ex for casual users)
    edit is a variant of the text editor ex recommended for new or casual users who wish to use a command-oriented editor. It operates precisely as ex(1) with the following options automatically set: novice ON report ON showmode ON magic OFF These options can be turned on or off via the set command in ex(1). -r Recover file after an editor or system crash. -x Encryption option; when used the file is encrypted as it is being written and requires an encryption key to be read. edit makes an educated gu...
 X11/editres(1) -- a dynamic resource editor for X Toolkit applications
    Editres is a tool that allows users and application developers to view the full widget hierarchy of any X Toolkit application that speaks the Editres protocol. In addition, editres will help the user construct resource specifications, allow the user to apply the resource to the application and view the results dynamically. Once the user is happy with a resource specification editres will append the resource string to the user's X Resources file....
 edquota(1) -- edit user or project quotas
    edquota is a quota editor. When used with the -j option all operations are performed on project quotas and command line names are project names. Without the -j option all operations are performed on user quotas and command line names are user names. One or more users or project names may be specified on the command line. When used without the -f and -l options, a temporary file is created with an ASCII representation of the current disk quotas for each user or project and an editor is then invok...
 egcmd(1) -- gigabit ethernet diagnostic tool
    egcmd is a diagnostic tool used for debugging gigabit Ethernet (''egN'') interfaces. egcmd has a variety of options which depend upon implementation details of the gigabit Ethernet software. It is expected that egcmd will be run as directed by Silicon Graphics service personnel. See the usage message of egcmd for a complete list of debugging options.
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