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 lvrmboot(1m) -- remove LVM logical volume link to root, primary swap, or dump volume
    The lvrmboot command updates all physical volumes contained in the volume group vg_name such that the logical volume is removed as a root, primary swap, or dump volume when the system is next booted on the volume group.
 lvsplit(1m) -- split mirrored LVM logical volume into two logical volumes
    The lvsplit command splits a single- or double-mirrored logical volume, lv_path, into two logical volumes. A second logical volume is created containing one copy of the data. The original logical volume is appropriately reset as unmirrored or single-mirrored. If the -s option is specified, the new logical volume name has the form lv_pathsuffix. If -s is not specified, suffix defaults to b, as in l...
 lvsync(1m) -- synchronize stale mirrors in LVM logical volumes
    The lvsync command synchronizes the physical extents of each logical volume specified by lv_path. Synchronization occurs only on physical extents that are stale mirrors of the original logical extent. The synchronization process can be time consuming, depending on the hardware characteristics and the amount of data.
 lwresd(1m) -- lightweight resolver daemon
    lwresd is the daemon providing name lookup services to clients that use the BIND 9 lightweight resolver library. It is essentially a stripped-down, caching-only name server that answers queries using the BIND 9 lightweight resolver protocol rather than the DNS protocol. lwresd listens for resolver queries on a UDP port on the IPv4 loopback interface, This means that lwresd can only be u...
 m4(1) -- macro processor
    m4 is a macro processor intended as a front end for Ratfor, C, and other languages. Each of the argument files is processed in order; if there are no files, or if a file name is -, standard input is read. The processed text is written to standard output.
 machid(1) -- provide truth value about processor type
    The following commands return a true value (exit code 0) if the a processor type matches the command name. Otherwise a false value (exit code non-zero) is returned. These commands are commonly used within make makefiles and shell procedures to improve portability of applications (see make(1)). ___________________________________________________________________________ | Command | True for: ||Comma...
 machinfo(1) -- print machine information
    machinfo prints useful debugging information about the machine. The information includes chip stepping, firmware revision, number of CPUs, and amount of memory. Note the CPU-specific data only applies to the processor running the machinfo command. Running the machinfo command on another CPU could result in different CPU-specific information being displayed. Use the mpsched(1) command to force mach...
 mail(1) -- send mail to users or read mail
    The mail command, when used without arguments, prints the user's mail, message-by-message, in last-in, first-out order. For each message, mail prints a ? prompt and reads a line from the standard input to determine the disposition of the message. Commands that automatically proceed to the next message exit from mail if mail already on the last message.
 mailfrom(1) -- summarize mail folders by subject and sender
    The mailfrom command reads one or more mail folders and outputs one line per message in the form: from [subject] where from is the name of the person the message is from, and subject is the subject of the message, if present. If mailfrom determines that the message is from you, the from portion will read To user, where user is the user the message was sent to. This happens when you receive a copy ...
 mailq(1) -- prints the mail queue
    mailq prints a summary of the mail messages queued for future delivery. The first line printed for each message shows the internal identifier used on this host for the message, the size of the message in bytes, the date and time the message was accepted into the queue, and the envelope sender of the message. The second line shows the error message that caused this message to be retained in the que...
 mailstats(1) -- print mail traffic statistics
    mailstats reads and interprets the sendmail statistics file, and then prints out the mail traffic statistics. The statistics file is the one set by the StatusFile option in the /etc/mail/sendmail.cf. The default statistics file is /etc/mail/sendmail.st. If the statistics file exists, sendmail collects statistics about your mail traffic and stores them in that file. This file does not grow. Statist...
 mailx(1) -- interactive message processing system
    mailx provides a comfortable, flexible environment for sending and receiving messages electronically. When reading mail, mailx provides commands to facilitate saving, deleting, and responding to messages. When sending mail, mailx allows editing, reviewing and other modification of the message as it is created. Incoming mail for each user is stored in a standard file called the system mailbox for t...
 make(1) -- maintain, update, and regenerate groups of programs
    Makefile Structure A makefile can contain four different kinds of lines: target lines, shell command lines, macro definitions, and include lines.
 makedbm(1m) -- make a Network Information System database
    makedbm generates databases (maps) for the Network Information System (NIS) from infile. A database created by makedbm consists of two files: outfile.pag and .pag and pag and outfile.dir. A .dir. A dir. A makedbm database contains records called dbm records composed of key-value pairs. Each line of infile is converted to a single dbm record; all characters up to the first tab or space form the key...
 makekey(1) -- generate encryption key
    makekey improves the usefulness of encryption schemes depending on a key by increasing the amount of time required to search the key space. It reads 10 bytes from its standard input and writes 13 bytes on its standard output. The output depends on the input in a way intended to be difficult to compute (i.e., to require a substantial fraction of a second). The first eight input bytes (the input key...
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