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 intro(1m) -- introduction to system maintenance commands and application programs
    This section describes commands that are used chiefly for system maintenance and administration purposes. The commands in this section should be used in conjunction with other sections of this manual, as well as the HP-UX System Administration manuals for your system.
 intro(1) -- introduction to command utilities and application programs
    This section describes commands accessible by users, as opposed to system calls in Section (2) or library routines in Section (3), which are accessible by user programs.
 inv(1) -- make unprintable and non-ASCII characters in a file visible or invisible
    vis reads characters from each file in sequence and writes them to the standard output, converting those that are not printable or not ASCII into a visible form. inv performs the inverse function, reading printable characters from each file, returning them to non-printable or non-ASCII form, if appropriate, then writing them to standard output; Non-printable ASCII characters are represented using ...
 ioinit(1m) -- test and maintain consistency between the kernel I/O data structures and /etc/ioconfig
    The ioinit command is invoked by the init process when the system is booted, based on the ioin entry in /etc/inittab: ioin::sysinit:/sbin/ioinitrc > /dev/console 2>&1 where ioinitrc is a script to invoke ioinit with the -i and -r options. Given the -i option, ioinit checks consistency between the kernel I/O data structures (initialized with /stand/ioconfig, which is accessible for NFS-diskless sup...
 ioscan(1m) -- scan I/O system
    ioscan scans system hardware, usable I/O system devices, or kernel I/O system data structures as appropriate, and lists the results. For each hardware module on the system, ioscan displays by default the hardware path to the hardware module, the class of the hardware module, and a brief description. By default, ioscan scans the system and lists all reportable hardware found. The types of hardware ...
 iostat(1) -- report I/O statistics
    iostat iteratively reports I/O statistics for each active disk on the system. Disk data is arranged in a four-column format: Column Heading Interpretation device Device name bps Kilobytes transferred per second sps Number of seeks per second msps Milliseconds per average seek If two or more disks are present, data is presented on successive lines for each disk. To compute this information, seeks, ...
 ipcrm(1) -- remove a message queue, semaphore set, or shared memory identifier
    The ipcrm command removes one or more specified message queue, semaphore set, or shared memory identifiers.
 ipcs(1) -- report status of interprocess communication facilities
    ipcs displays certain information about active interprocess communication facilities. With no options, ipcs displays information in short format for the message queues, shared memory segments, and semaphores that are currently active in the system.
 isl(1m) -- initial system loader
    isl implements the operating system independent portion of the bootstrap process. It is loaded and executed after self-test and initialization have completed successfully. The processor contains special purpose memory for maintaining critical configuration related parameters (e.g. Primary Boot, Alternate Boot, and Console Paths). Two forms of memory are supported: Stable Storage and Non-Volatile M...
 itemap(1m) -- load an ITE (Internal Terminal Emulator) keyboard mapping.
    The itemap command loads a keyboard mapping into the ITE (the graphics console driver), or displays ITE keyboard mappings. itemap is run by /etc/bcheckrc automatically. It is not usually explicitly invoked by the user.
 jobs(1) -- standard and restricted POSIX.2-conformant command shells
    Shell Invocation Tilde Substitution Environment Options Command Substitution Functions rsh Restrictions Parameter Substitution Jobs Definitions Blank Interpretation Signals Commands File Name Generation Execution Simple Commands Quoting Command Reentry Compound Commands Arithmetic Evaluation Command Line Editing Special Commands Prompting emacs/gmacs Editing Mode Comments Conditional Expressions v...
 join(1) -- relational database operator
    join forms, on the standard output, a join of the two relations specified by the lines of file1 and file2. If file1 or file2 is -, the standard input is used. file1 and file2 must be sorted in increasing collating sequence (see Environment Variables below) on the fields on which they are to be joined; normally the first in each line. The output contains one line for each pair of lines in file1 and...
 kcalarm(1m) -- add, delete, or list kernel tunable alarms, as well as turn kernel tunable monitoring on and off.
    kcalarm is used to manage kernel tunable alarms and monitors; alarms and monitors are implemented in the kcmond(1M) daemon. Users can create, modify, delete, and list kernel tunable alarms. Alarms send a notification though various notification targets when a kernel tunable crosses a specified percentage threshold of its current setting. Monitoring is the process of collecting historical tunable d...
 kclog(1m) -- manage kernel configuration log file
    kclog is the administrative command for the HP-UX kernel configuration log file. The log file is automatically maintained by all of the kernel configuration commands (kconfig(1M), kcmodule(1M), and kctune(1M)). Any change to any kernel configuration gets logged to this log file, which is located at /var/adm/kc.log. Note that this file is a plain text file which can be viewed and manipulated using ...
 kcmodule(1m) -- manage kernel modules and subsystems
    kcmodule is the administrative command for HP-UX kernel modules. It gives information about kernel modules and their usage, and makes changes to their usage. This command can work with any saved kernel configuration, or with the currently running kernel configuration, depending on the use of the -c flag (see below). By default, changes to the currently running kernel configuration are applied imme...
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