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 audevent(1m) -- change or display event or system call audit status
    audevent changes or displays the auditing status of the given events or system calls. The event is used to specify names associated with certain self-auditing commands; syscall is used to select related system calls. If neither -P, -p, -F, nor -f is specified, the current status of the selected events or system calls is displayed. If the -E option is supplied, it is redundant to specify events wit...
 audisp(1m) -- display the audit information as requested by the parameters
    audisp analyzes and displays the audit information contained in the specified audit_filename audit files. The audit files are merged into a single audit trail in time order. Although the entire audit trail is analyzed, audisp allows you to limit the information displayed, by specifying options. This command is restricted to privileged users. Any unspecified option is interpreted as an unrestricted...
 auditd(1m) -- Starts the DCE Audit Daemon.
    The auditd command starts the Audit daemon. The Audit daemon must be run on the host before the audit clients. Hewlett-Packard Company - 1 OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8 PHSS_26394-96 auditd(1m) Open Software Foundation auditd(1m) The Audit daemon can only service audit clients that are on the host where it is running. Thus, an Audit daemon must be installed and run on every host in the cell that has audi...
 audomon(1m) -- audit overflow monitor daemon
    audomon monitors the capacity of the current audit file and the file system on which the audit file is located, and prints out warning messages when either is approaching full. It also checks the audit file and the file system against 2 switch points: FileSpaceSwitch (FSS) and AuditFileSwitch (AFS) and if either is reached, audit recording automatically switches to the backup audit file if it is a...
 audsys(1m) -- start or halt the auditing system and set or display audit file information
    audsys allows the user to start or halt the auditing system, to specify the auditing system "current" and "next" audit files (and their switch sizes), or to display auditing system status information. This command is restricted to super-users. The "current" audit file is the file to which the auditing system writes audit records. When the "current" file grows to either its Audit File Switc...
 audusr(1m) -- select users to audit
    audusr is used to specify users to be audited or excluded from auditing. If no arguments are specified, audusr displays the audit setting of every user. audusr is restricted to super-users.
 auth.adm(1m) -- activate, deactivate, or query about HP-UX Integrated Login
    The auth.adm command makes it easy to activate, deactivate or query about HP-UX Integrated Login. During activation, auth.adm sets up a machine to obtain integrated login behavior using any of the following commands: login, rlogin, telnet, dtlogin, su, passwd, and ftpd. auth.adm saves the Integrated Login configuration, specified by -l, -b and -a arguments, in the file /etc/auth.conf. This configu...
 authck(1m) -- check internal consistency of Authentication database
    authck checks both the overall structure and internal field consistency of all components of the Authentication database. It reports all problems it finds. Only users who have the superuser capability can run this command. When pwck is used with the -s option, authck is run with the -p option automatically.
 automount(1m) -- install automatic mount points
    The automount command installs autofs mount points and associates an automount map with each mount point. The autofs filesystem monitors attempts to access directories within it and notifies the automountd daemon (see automountd(1M)). The daemon uses the map to locate a filesystem, which it then mounts at the point of reference within the autofs filesystem. You can assign a map to an autofs mount ...
 automountd(1m) -- autofs mount/unmount daemon
    automountd is an RPC server that answers file system mount and unmount requests from the autofs filesystem. It uses local files or name service maps to locate filesystems to be mounted. These maps are described with the automount command (see automount(1M)). The automountd daemon is automatically invoked if the AUTOFS variable is set to 1 in /etc/rc.config.d/nfsconf.
 autopush(1m) -- manage system database of automatically pushed STREAMS modules
    autopush manages the system database that is used for automatic configuration of STREAMS devices. The command is used in three different ways as dictated by the -f, -g, and -r command-line options described below.
 auto_parms(1m) -- initial system configuration plus DHCP support command
    The auto_parms command is a system initialization command that handles first-boot configuration, that is, the setting of unique system "initial identity parameters", and ongoing management of DHCP lease(s). The auto_parms command is invoked at boot time by the /sbin/rc command. Initially it loads a list of available ethernet interfaces and requests a DHCP lease on each interface. It stops when a...
 awk(1) -- pattern-directed scanning and processing language
    awk scans each input file for lines that match any of a set of patterns specified literally in program or in one or more files specified as -f progfile. With each pattern there can be an associated action that is to be performed when a line in a file matches the pattern. Each line is matched against the pattern portion of every pattern-action statement, and the associated action is performed for e...
 backup(1m) -- backup or archive file system
    The backup command uses find(1) and cpio(1) to save a cpio archive of all files that have been modified since the modification time of /var/adm/archivedate on the default tape drive (/dev/update.src). backup should be invoked periodically to ensure adequate file backup. The -A option suppresses warning messages regarding optional access control list entries. backup(1M) does not backup optional acc...
 banner(1) -- make posters in large letters
    banner prints its arguments (each up to 10 characters long) in large letters on the standard output. Each argument is printed on a separate line. Note that multiple-word arguments must be enclosed in quotes in order to be printed on the same line.
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