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 makemap(1m) -- creates database maps for sendmail
    makemap creates the database maps used by the keyed map lookups in sendmail(1M). It reads input from the standard input and outputs them to the indicated mapname. makemap handles up to three different database formats, selected using the maptype parameter. They may be: dbm DBM format maps. (.pag,.dir) btree B-Tree format maps. (.db) hash Hash format maps. (.db) In all cases, makemap reads lines fr...
 man(1) -- find manual information by keywords; print out a manual entry
    man accesses information from the HP-UX manual pages. It can be used to: + List all manual entries whose one-line description contains any of a specified set of keywords. + Display or print one-line descriptions of entries specified by name. + Search on-line manual directories by entry name and display or print the specified entry or entries. + Search a specified on-line manual section (directory)...
 map-mbone(1m) -- Multicast Router Connection Mapper
    map-mbone requests the multicast router connection information from the multicast-router, and prints the information to the standard out. map-mbone sends out the ASK_NEIGHBORS igmp message to the multicastrouter. When the multicast-router receives the request, it sends back its configuration information. multicast-router can be either an ip address or a system name. If the multicast-router is not ...
 mc(1m) -- media changer manipulation utility
    The mc utility provides users with a command-line interface to send media manipulation commands to an autoloader or media changer device. It takes "element types" as arguments to most of the options. The valid element types (element_types) are: D Specifies a Data Transfer (DT) element. I Specifies an Import/Export (IE) element. M Specifies a Medium Transport (MT) element. S Specifies a Storage (...
 mediainit(1) -- initialize disk or partition DDS tape
    mediainit initializes mass storage media by formatting the media, writing and reading test patterns to verify media integrity, then sparing any defective blocks found. This process prepares the disk or tape for error-free operation. Initialization destroys all existing user data in the area being initialized. mediainit can also used for partitioning DDS tape media. See the -p option below for furt...
 memlogd(1m) -- Support Tools Manager memory logging daemon
    The Support Tools Manager (STM) uses a memory logging daemon ( memlogd ) to periodically poll main memory for single bit errors, and log them to the memory log file ( memlog ). memlogd is launched automatically at boot by the STM daemon, diagmond. The 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 daemon's activit...
 merge(1) -- three-way file merge
    merge combines two files that are revisions of a single original file. The original file is file2, and the revised files are file1 and file3. merge identifies all changes that lead from file2 to file3 and from file2 to file1, then deposits the merged text into file1. If the -p option is used, the result goes to standard output instead of file1. An overlap occurs if both file1 and file3 have change...
 mesg(1) -- permit or deny messages to terminal
    The command form mesg [-] n forbids messages via write by revoking write permission to users without appropriate privilege on the user's terminal (see write(1)). The command form mesg [-] g reinstates permission so that only legitimate commands (such as write(1)) can be used by other users to send messages. mesg [-] y allows applications such as write or talk to send messages to the user's termi...
 mkboot(1m) -- install, update or remove boot programs from disk
    mkboot is used to install or update boot programs on the specified device file. The position on device at which boot programs are installed depends on the disk layout of the device. mkboot examines device to discover the current layout and uses this as the default. If the disk is uninitialized, the default is LVM layout on PA-RISC and Whole Disk on Itanium(R)-based systems. The default can be over...
 mkdir(1) -- make a directory
    mkdir creates specified directories in mode 0777 (possibly altered by umask unless specified otherwise by a -m mode option (see umask(1)). Standard entries, . (for the directory itself) and .. (for its parent) are created automatically. If dirname already exists, mkdir exits with a diagnostic message, and the directory is not changed.
 mkfifo(1) -- make FIFO (named pipe) special files
    mkfifo creates the FIFO special files named by its operand list. The operands are taken sequentially in the order specified and, if the user has write permission in the appropriate directory, the FIFO is created with permissions 0666 modified by the user's file mode creation mask (see umask(2)). The specific actions performed are equivalent to calling mkfifo(filename, 0666) for each filename in t...
 mkfontdir(1) -- create an index of X font files in a directory
    For each directory argument, mkfontdir reads all of the font files in the directory searching for properties named "FONT", or (failing that) the name of the file stripped of its suffix. These are converted to lower case and used as font names, and, along with the name of the font file, are written out to the file "fonts.dir" in the directory. The X server and font server use "fonts.dir" to f...
 mkfs(1m) -- construct a file system (generic)
    The mkfs command creates a file system by writing on the special file special. operands are listed on file system specific manual pages (see "SEE ALSO").
 mkfs_hfs(1m) -- construct an HFS file system
    The mkfs command constructs an HFS file system by writing on the special file special. The mkfs command builds the file system with a root directory and a lost+found directory (see fsck_hfs(1M)). The FS_CLEAN magic number for the file system is stored in the superblock. The mkfs command creates the file system with a rotational delay value of zero (see tunefs(1M)).
 mkfs_vxfs(1m) -- construct a VxFS file system
    mkfs creates a VxFS file system by writing on the special device file, unless either the -o N or -m option is specified. special must be the first argument on the command line after the options are given. The file system is created based on the options and size specified on the command line. The numeric size specifies the number of sectors in the file system. By default, size is specified in units...
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