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 dcecp_audfilter(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages the event filters on a DCE host
    The audfilter object represents audit event filters, which consist of a list of guides. Audit event filters are kept by the audit daemon and used to determine whether an auditable event should be logged. An audit filter name consists of a filter type and possibly a key (dependent on the type). This command operates on the audit daemon named by the _s(aud) convenience variable. If the variable is n...
 dcecp_audtrail(1m) -- A dcecp object that converts the audit trail into a readable format
    The audtrail object represents an audit trail file. This command currently supports only one operation, which converts the audit trail into a human readable format.
 dcecp_cds(1m) -- A dcecp object that represents a Cell Directory Service server
    The cds object allows some low-level control over a CDS server in the local cell. Using it, you can disable a running server, which causes it to shut down gracefully. This command will also display a limited set of the attribute and counter information currently known to the specified server.
 dcecp_cdsalias(1m) -- A dcecp object that lets you manipulate cell names in CDS
    The cdsalias object represents cell names as known by the Cell Directory Service (CDS). This object lets you manipulate alias and preferred names of DCE cells. Each cell has one preferred name. Cells may also have alias names. This object affects only the CDS component. The security server and each host must also be informed of any new cell aliases. This object can also be used to define a hierarc...
 dcecp_cdscache(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages a local CDS cache
    The cdscache object represents the Cell Directory Service (CDS) cache on the local node. The CDS cache contains information about servers and clearinghouses known to the local machine, and also contains user data about CDS entries that have been read. The create and delete operations apply only to the server information. The show and dump operations can display additional information.
 dcecp_cdsclient(1m) -- A dcecp object that represents a Cell Directory Service client
    The cdsclient object allows some low-level control over a CDS client in the local cell. Use it to disable a running client by shutting it down gracefully and to display a limited set of the attribute and counter information that is currently known to the client.
 dcecp_cell(1m) -- A dcecp task object that operates on a DCE cell
    The cell task object represents a single DCE cell as a whole, including all machines, services, resources, principals, and so on. The optional cell_name argument is a single cell name (not a list of cell names). If omitted, the local cell (/.:) is the default.
 dcecp_cellalias(1m) -- A dcecp task object that manages cell name aliases
    The cellalias task object allows you to create and display alternative names for cells, known as cell aliases. You can create multiple aliases for a single cell, but only one per cellalias command. When you create an alias, cellalias does the following: Creates a new principal to represent the cell alias in the registry. Performs a registry verify operation to ensure that all security replicas in ...
 dcecp_clearinghouse(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages a clearinghouse in CDS
    Hewlett-Packard Company - 1 OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8 PHSS_26394-96 clearinghouse(1m) Open Software Foundation clearinghouse(1m) The clearinghouse object represents Cell Directory Service (CDS) clearinghouses. Clearinghouses are databases located on CDS server machines that store data (directories, objects, and links) in CDS. The server machines hold files that contain the actual clearinghouse data. ...
 dcecp_clock(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages the clock on a local or remote host
    The clock object represents the clock on a system and the time that it tells. This object has commands to display and set the time. The time setting functionality is provided by DTS, unless you specify either the -dced or -inetd option. The optional argument to the clock command is the name of a DCE Version 1.1 dtsd running on some machine. Without an argument, the _s(dts) convenience variable is ...
 dcecp_directory(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages a CDS directory
    The directory object represents Cell Directory Service (CDS) directories. CDS directories are containers for other objects, links, and other directories (as well as clearinghouses). Any of these items that reside in a directory are called children of that directory. Directories also contain attributes that may be viewed or modified. This object also represents CDS replicas. Replicas are read-only ...
 dcecp_dts(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages a dtsd process
    The dts object represents the dtsd (DTS daemon) process running on a host. The DTS process does not maintain stored data as some other objects do. Consequently, the dts object represents the information in and about a process rather than stored data. These commands all affect the local dtsd entity by default. Use the dts_server argument to operate on a remote DCE dtsd. This argument is a single se...
 dcecp_endpoint(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages endpoint information in local RPC endpoint maps
    The endpoint object operates on remote procedure call (RPC) endpoint mappings on the local host. Endpoints contain an interface identifier and one or more string bindings; optionally, they contain object Universal Unique Identifiers (UUIDs) and an annotation. Endpoint mappings are stored in the endpoint map maintained by the DCE daemon (dced) for DCE Version 1.1 hosts. DCE Version 1.0 uses the RPC...
 dcecp_group(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages a group in the DCE Security Service
    The group object represents registry groups. Unless otherwise noted, all of the operations of this object take the names of the groups to act on as the argument. They must be group names, not the names of the database objects that contain registry information about groups (that is, the names must not begin with /.:/sec/group/). When this command executes, it attempts to bind to the registry server...
 dcecp_host(1m) -- A dcecp task object that manages host information in a DCE cell
    The host task object represents DCE processes running on a machine in (or to be added to) a DCE cell. The host task object allows administrators to configure and start DCE on machines easily. The host task object can configure and start the core DCE services on a server or a client machine. The services include the DCE daemon (dced), the Cell Directory Service (CDS) daemons (cdsd and cdsadv), the ...
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