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 defaultPrivileges(4) -- default system administration privileges
    The files in /var/sysadm/defaultPrivileges should not be edited directly. Use the addpriv(1M) and rmpriv(1M) commands to administer default privileges.
 dir(4) -- format of EFS directories
    A directory behaves exactly like an ordinary file, save that no user may write into a directory. The fact that a file is a directory is indicated by a bit in the flag word of its i-node entry [see inode(4)]. The EFS directory format supports variable length names of up to 255 characters.
 dirent(4) -- file system independent directory entry
    Different file system types may have different directory entries. The dirent structure defines a file system independent directory entry, which contains information common to directory entries in different file system types. A set of these structures is returned by the getdents(2) system call. The dirent structure is defined below. struct dirent { ino_t d_ino; off_t d_off; unsigned short d_reclen; char d_name[1]; }; The d_ino is a number which is unique for each file in the file system. The fiel...
 dmedia/dmbuffer(4) -- Digital Media data transport subsystem
    The DMbufferpool and DMbuffer data types and operations on them implement the Digital Media data transport subsystem. This subsystem is for sharing and exchanging time sensitive visual data between compression devices and algorithms, video input/output, graphics rendering and texturing, and the host processor(s). An overview of the DMbufferpool and DMbuffer data types is presented here along with brief descriptions of their defined operations within the data transport subsystem as well as in the...
 dmedia/dmic(4) -- Digital Media image conversion and compression
    The DMimageconverter data type and its operations implement the Digital Media image converter subsystem. This is a framework which supports a variety of compression and decompression devices and algorithms video rate JPEG and MPEG. NOTE: Some realtime compression devices are available only as extra optional products. The DMimageconverter data type represents an image converter context which performs a specific image conversion. The image conversion is principally a specific compression or decomp...
 dwarf(4) -- dwarf version 2 debugging information format
    DWARF is a format for the information generated by compilers, assemblers, and linkage editors that is necessary for source-level debugging. It allows a compact representation of programs in many languages and is easily extended to handle additional languages and individual compiler/debugger requirements. Consumers reading DWARF information they do not understand are able to easily skip past that information, meaning that older consumers are not broken by the addition of new features. DWARF itsel...
 efs(4) -- layout of the Extent File System
    An Extent File System can reside on a regular disk partition or on a logical volume; see lv(1M). The disk partition or volume is divided into a certain number of 512-byte sectors, also called basic blocks. The current maximum size limit of an Extent File System is 16777214 blocks, equivalent to 8 gigabytes. The Extent File System imposes a common format for certain vital information on its underlying storage medium. Basic block 0 is unused and is available to contain a bootstrap program or other...
 elf(4) -- Executable and Linking Format (ELF) files
    The file name a.out is the default ELF-format output file name from the link editor ld(1). The link editor will make an a.out executable if there were no errors and no unresolved external references. Programs that manipulate ELF files may use the library described in elf(3E). An overview of the file format follows. For more complete information, see the references given below. Linking View Execution View ELF header ELF header Program header table Program header table (optional) Section 1 Segment...
 ethers(4) -- ethernet address to hostname database
 exports(4) -- list of NFS filesystems being exported
    The file /etc/exports describes the filesystems that are being exported to NFS clients. It is created by the system administrator using a text editor It is processed by exportfs(1M) at system startup and by the mount request daemon, mountd(1M), each time a mount request is received. exportfs should be re-executed after making changes to the file. The file consists of a list of filesystems, the netgroup(4) or machine names allowed to remote mount each filesystem and possibly a list of options. Th...
 fd(4) -- file descriptor files
    open(2), dup(2)
 filesystems(4) -- IRIX filesystem types
    The nfs and kfs filesystems are optional products. Support for iso9660 filesystems is in the optional subsystem eoe.sw.cdrom. IRIX implements dos, hfs, iso9660, and kfs filesystems as user mode NFS daemons. In some cases errors detected by these daemons are reported as NFS errors. Although NFS is a product option, support for these filesystem types is not dependent on the installation of NFS. Page 2 filesystems(4) filesystems(4)...
 filetype(4) -- K-AShare's filetype specification file
    The katype(1) and ksd(1m) commands identify the type of a file using, among other tests, a test for whether the file begins with a certain magic number. The file /usr/adm/appletalk/filetype specifies the magic numbers and other test being applied. The tests determine the proper type of the native UNIX files for the Macintosh AFP client. Each line of the file specifies a test to be performed. A test compares the data starting at a particular offset in the file with a 1-byte, 2-byte, or 4-byte num...
 fsd.auto(4) -- table of device special files for daemons to monitor
    The /etc/fsd.auto file below causes mediad to do the following on system startup: check the floppy at /dev/rdsk/fds0d3.3.5hi for floppy insertions once every 2 seconds and hardware floppy ejects once every 60 seconds; check the CDROM at /dev/scsi/sc0d4l0 at the default intervals; and do not check the tape device at /dev/tape. /dev/rdsk/fds0d3.3.5hi /floppy mediad rw,inschk=2,rmvchk=60 0 0 /dev/scsi/sc0d4l0 /CDROM mediad ro 0 0 /dev/tape /tape mediad mon=off 0 0...
 fsd.tab(4) -- table of daemons spawned from /etc/fsd.auto
    An /etc/fsd.auto file that shows mediad is running for the floppy at /dev/rdsk/fds0d3.3.5hi and the cdrom at /dev/scsi/sc0d4l0 but not for the device at /dev/tape would look like the following. /dev/rdsk/fds0d3.3.5hi /flop dos rw,sock=/tmp/.mediada001UI 0 0 /dev/scsi/sc0d4l0 /CDROM iso9660 ro,sock=/tmp/.mediada001UI 0 0
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