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 swpkg(1) -- SGI product packager
    Swpkg is a Motif based tool used to package software for inst, the Silicon Graphics installation program. Swpkg provides an environment for creating and updating spec and idb files and running gendist(1M). A spec file defines the products that will be turned into a software distribution by gendist. It gives the names of the products, their images and subsystems, information about the contents of those subsystems, and the installation procedure and environment they require. Installation database ...
 symmon(1) -- kernel symbolic debugger
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 sync(1) -- update the super block
    sync executes the sync(2) system primitive. If the system is to be stopped, sync must be called to insure filesystem integrity. It flushes all previously unwritten system buffers out to disk, thus assuring that all file modifications up to that point are saved. See sync(2) for details.
 dmedia/syntheditor(1) -- application for editing midisynth parameters and preset files
    syntheditor allows users to edit and modify the active presets and voices in midisynth in real time, and also functions as an editor for modifying or creating synthesizer preset files (see synthpreset(4)). syntheditor has the following command-line options: -help Display the available options and flags. -channel Listen on MIDI channel . Default is channel 1. -nomidi Do not communicate with midisynth(1) via MIDI. This mode is useful when editing and/or creating synthpreset(4) files i...
 dmedia/synthpanel(1) -- 16 channel MIDI control panel
    synthpanel manages all 16 MIDI channels in a compact grid of 16 rows. It also provides an interface through which synthesizer preset banks may be added and selected for use with midisynth(1). On startup, synthpanel polls the internal software synthesizer for its configuration. Since MIDI includes minimal provisions for query, synthpanel is unable to poll external MIDI devices. You can also use synthpanel to monitor MIDI data played by soundplayer....
 sysconf(1) -- get configurable system variables (POSIX)
    sysconf provides a method to determine the current values of certain configurable system limits, options and parameters. If the optional name argument or list is given, sysconf(1) will print the value of each requested system parameter, one per line. If name is not supplied, sysconf(1) will print all known values with accompanying parameter names. In some cases the value will be 1 or -1, indicating that the system does (1) or does not (-1) implement that...
 sysctlrd(1) -- communicates with the system controller and LCD front panel on Onyx/Challenge L/XL systems
    sysctlrd can be run as a user command or as a daemon run by /etc/rc2.d/S33sysctlr. It handles all necessary communications with an Onyx or Challenge L/XL system's system controller, which controls power sequencing and fan speed, monitors system sensors, and drives the LCD front panel. sysctlrd runs the cpu activity histogram on the front panel, retrieves environmental sensor data, and handles warning and alarm messages from the system controller. sysctlrd also logs configuration error messages ...
 syserrpanel(1) -- System Alert Settings
    syserrpanel is the Desktop control panel for System Alert notification. It is part of the Desktop System Monitor (sysmon) and can be launched from the Icon Catalog's "Control Panel" Page. It can also be launched from the Toolchest by selecting "Desktop" then "Customize" then "System Alerts." The notification toggle button will enable or disable all notification. If audio notification is enabled, an error or warning sound will accompany the notification. Users can also turn off notificat...
 sysevent(1) -- System Log Event Capture System Daemon
    sysevent capture messages generated from syslogd(1m) and, using regex(3g) pattern stored in a configuration file, allow one or more user-defined action to be performed when a message match a given expression. sysevent is multi-threaded. Someone may also want to use the -T mode to remove duplicates from the configuration file: the new configuration file will go on standard output. sysevent capture syslogd-generated messages using syslog pipe file mechanism. By default, /tmp/.sysevent is used and ...
 syseventEp(1) -- Event Profile Generator
    syseventEp syseventEp read on stdin a formatted configuration file for sysevent(1m) and generate an ESP event profile on stdout. This file is normally /etc/sysevent.config.
 syseventIrix(1) -- Sysmon Config File converter
    syseventIrix convert /usr/lib/sysmon/notifier.config or stdin if '-' is used as input. It will generate on stdout a sysevent(1m) configuration file.
 sysinfo(1) -- print system identification
    sysinfo with no options prints the unique identifier of the system. This identifier is guaranteed to be unique within the Silicon Graphics product family. With the -s option a shorter (32 bit) identifier is printed. This identifier is not guaranteed to be unique but in practice is. This number is the same that is available from within a program via the sysid function. On multiple module systems this will return a 32 bit version of the lowest numbered module's identifier. Because this interface ...
 syslogd(1) -- log systems messages
    syslogd reads and logs messages into a set of files described by the configuration file /etc/syslog.conf. Each message is one line. A message can contain a priority code, marked by a number in angle braces at the beginning of the line. Priorities are defined in . syslogd reads from the stream device /dev/log, from an Internet domain socket specified in /etc/services, and from the special device /dev/klog (to read kernel messages). syslogd reads its configuration when it starts up a...
 sysmeter(1) -- display system performance values
    sysmeter opens a window and displays various system performance values collected from either local machine, or any remote machine that implements the rstat version 3 protocol. When sysmeter starts, it makes a connection to the rstatd(1M) daemon on the target machine and periodically collects data from the daemon. Various performance data can be selected for display. Each selected performance value will be displayed within one sub-window in either of the two styles: bar chart or strip chart. In b...
 sysadm/sysmgr(1) -- System Manager - Access to Desktop System Administration
    The sysmgr command is available from the Desktop Toolchest and allows the user to access Desktop System Administration Managers and Active Guides. This document provides an overview of the Desktop System Administration model and describes how to use the System Manager. IRIX 6.5.14 updates the System Manager appearance to adhere to modern SGI branding guidelines (layout, colors, and font), but System Manager functionality is the same....
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