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 crashutil(1m) -- manipulate crash dump data
    crashutil copies and preserves crash dump data, and performs format conversions on it. Common uses of crashutil include: + Copying portions of a dump that still reside on a raw dump device into a crash dump directory. + Converting between different formats of crash dumps. + Copying crash dumps from one directory, or medium, to another. crashutil will write to its destination the crash dump it read...
 create(1m) -- Creates the DCE DTS entity on the specified node
    The create command creates a time server or time clerk entity on the system where the command is entered. After the DTS entity is created, it is still in a non-functioning state. To put it into operation, you must invoke dtscp enable, which causes an immediate synchronization to take place. For more information, see the enable reference page in this chapter.
 create_child(1m) -- Creates a child pointer at the master replica of the parent directory
    The create child command creates a child pointer at the master replica of the parent directory. When CDS looks up a name in the namespace, it uses child pointers to locate directory replicas. Use the set cdscp preferred clearinghouse command before issuing this command to ensure that the request is directed to the master replica.
 create_clearinghouse(1m) -- Creates a clearinghouse on the local server system or makes an existing clearinghouse available
    The create clearinghouse command creates a clearinghouse on the local server system or makes an existing clearinghouse available. The server start-up command usually creates a new clearinghouse when you configure a new CDS server. Occasionally, you may need to create a second clearinghouse on a particular server; for example, if you are temporarily relocating a clearinghouse on a different server....
 create_directory(1m) -- Creates a directory
    The create directory command creates a directory with the name that you specify. If you do not specify a clearinghouse, CDS creates the master replica of the directory in the same clearinghouse as the new directory's parent directory.
 create_link(1m) -- Creates a soft link and optionally specifies an expiration time and an extension time
    The create link command creates a soft link. If you specify the CDS_LinkTimeout attribute, you must specify an expiration time and an extension time. If you omit the CDS_LinkTimeout attribute, the soft link is permanent and must be explicitly deleted.
 create_object(1m) -- Creates an object entry
    The create object command creates an object entry. This task is usually done through a client application.
 create_replica(1m) -- Creates a replica of an existing directory in the specified clearinghouse
    The create replica command creates a replica of an existing directory in the specified clearinghouse.
 create_sysfile(1m) -- create a kernel system file
    The create_sysfile command creates a kernel configuration description file (system file) which can be used as input to the commands kconfig(1M) or mk_kernel(1M). The system file that is generated is of type version 1 (see system(4)) and is built according to the drivers required by the current system hardware. This command is intended for use during the install process when the system does not hav...
 cron(1m) -- timed-job execution daemon
    cron executes commands at specified dates and times. Regularly scheduled commands can be specified according to instructions placed in crontab files. Users can submit their own crontab files with a crontab command (see crontab(1)). Users can submit commands that are to be executed only once with an at or batch command. Since cron never exits, it should be executed only once. This is best done by r...
 crontab(1) -- user job file scheduler
    The crontab command manages a crontab file for the user. You can use a crontab file to schedule jobs that are executed automatically by cron (see cron(1M)) on a regular basis. The command has four forms: crontab [file] Create or replace your crontab file by copying the specified file, or standard input if file is omitted or - is specified as file , into the crontab directory, /var/spool/cron/cront...
 crypt(1) -- encode/decode files
    crypt reads from the standard input and writes on the standard output. password is a key that selects a particular transformation. If no password is given, crypt demands a key from the terminal and turns off printing while the key is being typed in. crypt encrypts and decrypts with the same key: crypt key cypher cypher crypt key
 csh(1) -- a shell (command interpreter) with C-like syntax
    csh is a command language interpreter that incorporates a command history buffer, C-like syntax, and job control facilities.
 cslip(1) -- PPP daemon
    pppd is a daemon process used in UNIX systems to manage connections to other hosts using PPP (Point to Point Protocol) or SLIP (Serial Line Internet Protocol). It uses the UNIX host's native serial ports. It communicates with the UNIX kernel's own TCP/IP implementation via the HP IP tunnel driver. The functionality supplied by this daemon supersedes that provided by ppl(1) in HP-UX prior to Rele...
 csplit(1) -- context split
    csplit reads file, separates it into n+1 sections as defined by the arguments arg1 ... argn, and places the results in separate files. The maximum number of arguments (arg1 through argn) allowed is 99 unless the -n number option is used to allow for more output file names. If the -f prefix option is specified, the resulting filenames are prefix00 through 00 through prefixNN where NN is the two-dig...
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