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 dgcfgdaemon(1m) -- start the VxVM configuration backup daemon
    The dgcfgdaemon script starts the VxVM configuration backup daemon. dgcfgdaemon monitors changes to the VxVM configuration, and saves this configuration each time that a VxVM configuration change occurs. dgcfgdaemon is is started from the vxvm-startup startup script.
 dgcfgrestor(1m) -- display or restore VxVM disk group configuration from backup file
    The dgcfgrestore command may be used to restore configuration data to the only disk in a single-disk disk group, or to a disk in a multidisk disk group in which all other disks do not have a configuration data copy. dgcfgrestore is designed not to work if the disk being restored belongs to a multi-disk disk group and at least one of the other disks in the group is online and contains configuration...
 dhcpclient(1m) -- Client for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server
    dhcpclient is used to obtain the configuration parameters from the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server (bootpd(1M)) to configure the host. Currently, dhcpclient supports 10bt (10BaseT) and 100bt (100BaseT) Ethernet networks only. It does not support FDDI and Token-Ring networks. dhcpclient is invoked by the auto_parms script (see auto_parms(1M)) at boot up. The /etc/rc.config.d/netco...
 dhcpdb2conf(1m) -- convert DHCP client database to config file parameters
    The dhcpdb2conf command translates a client system's DHCP database parameters (from dhcpclient(1M)) into a set of standard configuration file parameters. This is an essential step for configuring a DHCP client system, and is invoked by auto_parms(1M) upon every reboot when DHCP is active. A DHCP client database can contain settings for such items as: hostname, IP address, and default gateway (a s...
 dhcptools(1m) -- command line tool for DHCP elements of bootpd
    dhcptools is a command line tool that provides access to DHCP-related options for the bootpd server. The options provide control for dumping internal data structures, generating a hosts file, previewing client address assignment, reclaiming unused addresses, tracing packets, and validating configuration files.
 dhcpv6clientd(1m) -- DHCPv6 client daemon
    dhcpv6clientd obtains the configuration parameters from the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCPv6) server to configure the host. See dhcpv6d(1M).
 dhcpv6client_ui(1) -- DHCPv6 client interface for requesting configuration parameters from the DHCPv6 server.
    dhcpv6client_ui is the interface through which a user contacts the client daemon to obtain IP addresses and other configuration parameters from the server. The default configuration parameters are specified as command line options when the DHCPv6 client daemon is invoked. When dhcpv6client_ui requests for IP addresses or other configuration parameters, the client daemon obtains them from the serve...
 dhcpv6d(1m) -- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server daemon for IPv6
    The dhcpv6d server daemon is the IPv6 version of the bootpd daemon. This version supports the following features: + Dynamic renumbering + Relay preconfiguration with server addresses, or use of multicast addresses + Multiple IP addresses for an interface The dhcpv6d daemon is run as a stand-alone daemon and not spawned by inetd.
 dhcpv6db2conf(1m) -- DHCPv6 client database converter
    dhcpv6db2conf provides a means of translating the DHCPv6 client database, /etc/dhcpv6client.data, into a set of standard configuration file variables. The client database consists of a series of records. Each record represents a unique lan interface and a list of attributes, which correspond to that interface. The attributes are configuration parameters like: host's IP address, NTP server address...
 diaglogd(1m) -- Support Tools Manager logging daemon
    The Support Tools Manager (STM) uses a logging daemon ( diaglogd ) to read diagnostic events from the kernel via diag2 (diagnostic pseudo driver) and logs them in the system log files. diaglogd is launched automatically at boot by the STM daemon diagmond. The STM User Interface, xstm , mstm , or cstm , Daemon commands can also be used to launch the daemon as well as shut it down and view the daemo...
 diagmond(1m) -- Support Tools Manager daemon
    The Support Tools Manager (STM) provides three interfaces that allow a user access to an underlying toolset, consisting of information modules, firmware update tools, verifiers, diagnostics, exercisers, expert tools, and utilities. STM uses a monitor ( diagmond ) to manage launching and controlling tools as well as remote file system accesses. Diagmond keeps track of the system hardware configurat...
 diff(1) -- differential file and directory comparator
    Comparing Directories If both arguments are directories, diff sorts the contents of the directories by name, then runs the regular file diff algorithm (described below) on text files that have the same name in each directory but are different. Binary files that differ, common subdirectories, and files that appear in only one directory are listed. When comparing directories, the following options a...
 diff3(1) -- 3-way differential file comparison
    diff3 compares three versions of a file, and prints disagreeing ranges of text flagged with these codes: ==== all three files differ ====1 file1 is different ====2 file2 is different ====3 file3 is different The type of change required to convert a given range of a given file to some other is indicated in one of these ways: f:n1a Text is to be appended after line number :n1a Text is to be appended...
 diffmk(1) -- mark changes between two different versions of a file
    diffmk compares the previous version of a file with the current version and creates a file that includes nroff/troff ``change mark'' commands. prevfile is the name of the previous version of the file and currfile is the name of the current version of the file. diffmk generates markfile which contains all the lines of the currfile plus inserted formatter ``change mark'' (.mc) requests. When mar...
 dig(1m) -- domain information groper
    dig (domain information groper) is a flexible tool for interrogating Domain Name System (DNS) servers. It performs DNS lookups and displays the answers that are returned from the name server(s) that were queried. Most DNS administrators use dig to troubleshoot DNS problems because of its flexibility, ease of use, and clarity of output. The dig command has two modes: simple command-line mode for si...
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