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 killall(1m) -- kill all active processes
    killall is a procedure used by /usr/sbin/shutdown to kill all active processes not directly related to the shutdown procedure. killall is chiefly used to terminate all processes with open files so that the mounted file systems are no longer busy and can be unmounted. killall sends the specified signal to all user processes in the system, with the following exceptions: the init process; all process...
 killsm(1m) -- kill the sendmail daemon
    killsm reads the pid file to get the pid number of the currently running sendmail daemon, and then kills that daemon. The pid file is specified using the PidFile option in the /etc/mail/sendmail.cf file. If this option is not set, sendmail uses /etc/mail/sendmail.pid file as the default pid file. If the sendmail daemon is not killed instantaneously, killsm will not exit until the sendmail daemon i...
 kinit(1m) -- Obtains and caches ticket-granting ticket
    The kinit command can be used to refresh a DCE credentials cache. When you invoke kinit, it prompts for your password. The ticket lifetime and renewable lifetime are set in the following format: {num {interval}}... where: num A number that specifies the number of the interval; interval can be specified by the following: + w - weeks + d - days + h - hours + m - minutes + s - seconds For example, to...
 kinit(1) -- obtain and cache the Kerberos ticket-granting ticket
    kinit obtains and caches an initial ticket-granting ticket for the principal.
 kks(1) -- Kana Kanji conversion server
    kks is a Kana Kanji conversion server which communicates with Kana Kanji conversion library. kks uses /usr/lib/asx/dict/japanese/j1_mphrase as the system dictionary. If a port-number is specified, kks uses the port to provide its service. If no port-number is specified, kks searches /etc/services and gets the value of nuekks as the port-number to be used. kks writes host-name and port-number into ...
 kkstat(1) -- Kana Kanji Conversion Server information
    kkstat displays kks's information. kkstat is also used to stop Kana Kanji Conversion Server kks.
 kl(1m) -- control kernel logging
    The kl command controls the operation of the Kernel Logging facility. Kernel Logging is a high-availability feature that gives system administrators the ability to collect the information necessary to diagnose problems with the HP-UX kernel while the system is running. kl is used to specify the levels of events to be logged and the kernel subsystems that will write messages to memory or disk. kl a...
 klist(1m) -- Lists cached tickets
    The klist command lists the primary principal and tickets held in the default credentials cache, or in the cache identified by cachename if the -c option is used. The name of the default credentials cache can vary between systems. However, if the KRB5CCNAME environment variable is set, its value is used to name the default cache. If it is not set, the form of the name is /tmp/krb5cc_[unix_id], whe...
 klist(1) -- list cached Kerberos tickets
    klist lists the Kerberos principal and Kerberos tickets held in a credentials cache, or the keys held in a keytab file.
 kmpath(1m) -- retrieve kernel name and associated kernel configuration information
    The kmpath command is obsolete and superseded by the kcpat . The kmpath command will be removed in a future release of HP-UX. The behavior of some of kmpath's options have changed and they are noted in the appropriate sections below. kmpath retrieves the main kernel file name and path information of the currently running kernel. kmpath also retrieves the configuration directory of the current or ...
 kmtune(1m) -- query, set, or reset system parameters
    kmtune is an obsolete command that is replaced by kctune(1M). Users are encouraged to migrate to kctune(1M). kmtune will be removed in a future release of HP-UX. The behavior of some of kmtune's options have changed and they are noted in the appropriate sections below. kmtune is used to query, set, or reset system parameters. kmtune displays the planned values of all system parameters when used w...
 kpasswd(1) -- change a user's Kerberos password
    The kpasswd command is used to change a Kerberos principal's password. kpasswd prompts for the current Kerberos password, which is used to obtain a changepw ticket from the KDC (Key Distribution Center) for the user's Kerberos realm. If kpasswd successfully obtains the changepw ticket, the user is prompted twice for the new password, and the password is changed. If the principal is governed by a...
 krsd(1m) -- kernel registry services daemon
    krsd saves data, flagged as persistent in the core kernel KRS tree, to files on disk. These files are read when the system is booted, in order to restore the aforementioned persistent data. When running in daemon mode, krsd sleeps, waking periodically to check if any persistent data have changed since the last save. If persistent data have changed, the new state of the data is saved to disk. Other...
 krs_flush(1m) -- flush kernel registry services data to disk
    krs_flush causes persistent, in core, kernel KRS data to be flushed to files on disk. This command signals the KRS daemon, krsd(1M), causing it to save the KRS data to disk. The data will only be saved if it has changed from the time of the last save.
 ksh(1) -- shell, the standard/restricted command programming language
    ksh is a command programming language that executes commands read from a terminal or a file. rksh is a restricted version of the command interpreter ksh, used to set up login names and execution environments whose capabilities are more controlled than those of the standard shell. See Invoking ksh and Special Commands sections later in this entry for details about command line options and arguments...
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