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 netstat(1) -- show network status
    netstat displays statistics for network interfaces and protocols, as well as the contents of various network-related data structures. The output format varies according to the options selected. Some options are ignored or invalid when used in combination with other options. Generally, the netstat command takes one of the three forms shown above: + The first form of the command displays a list of a...
 nettl(1m) -- control network tracing and logging
    The nettl command is a tool used to capture network events or packets. Logging is a means of capturing network activities such as state changes, errors, and connection establishment. Tracing is used to capture or take a snapshot of inbound and outbound packets going through the network, as well as loopback or header information. A subsystem is a particular network module that can be acted upon, su...
 nettladm(1m) -- network tracing and logging administration manager
    The nettladm command is a tool used to administer network tracing and logging. It provides an interactive user interface to the nettl, netfmt, and nettlconf commands. The interface runs in either text terminal mode or in a Motif graphical environment. To run nettladm using Motif windows set the DISPLAY environment variable to match the system name (e.g., DISPLAY=system:0.0) prior to using the comm...
 nettlconf(1m) -- configure network tracing and logging command subsystem database
    nettlconf maintains the database file /etc/nettlgen.conf which contains information required by the nettl, kl, and netfmt commands (see nettl(1M), kl(1M), and netfmt(1M)). This database contains system logging information along with a description of each subsystem that uses either NetTL or KL facility to log messages. nettlconf can be used to update the network or kernel logging parameters or to a...
 newalias(1) -- install new elm aliases for user or system
    The newalias command creates new alias database files from an alias text file for use by elm and other programs. For user aliases, this functionality can also be performed from the Alias Menu of the elm program (see elm(1)).
 newaliases(1m) -- rebuilds the database for the mail aliases file
    newaliases rebuilds the random access database for the mail aliases file /etc/mail/aliases. It must be run each time this file is changed in order for the change to take effect. newaliases is identical to sendmail -bi.
 newform(1) -- change or reformat a text file
    newform reads lines from the named files, or the standard input if no input file is named, and reproduces the lines on the standard output. Lines are reformatted in accordance with command line options in effect. Except for -s, command line options can appear in any order, can be repeated, and can be intermingled with the optional files. Command line options are processed in the order specified. T...
 newfs(1m) -- construct a new file system
    The newfs command is a "friendly" front-end to the mkfs command (see mkfs(1M)). The newfs command calculates the appropriate parameters and then builds the file system by invoking the mkfs command. special represents a character (raw) special device.
 newfs_hfs(1m) -- construct a new HFS file system
    The newfs command builds a file system by invoking the mkfs command. The newfs command creates the file system with a rotational delay value of zero (see tunefs(1M)). special represents a character (raw) special device.
 newfs_vxfs(1m) -- create a new VxFS file system
    newfs -F vxfs builds a VxFS file system by invoking mkfs. special specifies a character (or raw) file (for example, /dev/rdsk/c0t6d0).
 newgrp(1) -- switch to a new group
    The newgrp command changes your group ID without changing your user ID and replaces your current shell with a new one. If you specify group, the change is successful if group exists and either your user ID is a member of the new group, or group has a password and you can supply it from the terminal. If you omit group, newgroup changes to the group specified in your entry in the password file, /etc...
 newkey(1m) -- create a new Diffie-Hellman key pair in the publickey database
    newkey establishes new public keys for users and machines on the network. These keys are needed when using secure RPC or secure NFS service. newkey prompts for a password for the given username or hostname and then creates a new public/secret Diffie-Hellman 192 bit key pair for the user or host. The secret key is encrypted with the given password. The key pair can be stored in the /etc/publickey f...
 newmail(1) -- notify users of new mail in mailboxes
    The newmail utility monitors your incoming mailbox or specified mail folders. The basic operation is that the program checks the folders each interval seconds (default 60) and lists any new mail that has arrived in any of the mailboxes, indicating the sender's name, and the subject of the message. Without any options, newmail runs in the background at a default interval of 60 seconds to monitor t...
 news(1) -- print news items
    news is used to keep the user informed of current events. By convention, these events are described by files in the directory /var/news. When invoked without arguments, news prints the contents of all current files in /var/news, most recent first, with each preceded by an appropriate header. news stores the ``currency'' time as the modification date of a file named .news_time in the user's home...
 nfsd(1m) -- NFS daemons
    nfsd starts the NFS server daemons that handle client file system requests (see nfs(7)). num_nfsd is the suggested number of file system request daemons that will start. One daemon will be started to support the kernel threads servicing TCP requests, and multiple additional daemons will be started to service UDP requests. At system boot time, num_nfsd is defined by the NUM_NFSD variable in the /et...
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