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 nisrmdir(1) -- remove NIS+ directories
    nisrmdir deletes existing NIS+ subdirectories. It can remove a directory outright, or simply remove replicas from serving a directory. This command modifies the object that describes the directory dirname, and then notifies each replica to remove the directory named dirname. If the notification of any of the affected replicas fails, the directory object is returned to its original state unless the...
 nisserver(1m) -- set up NIS+ servers.
    The nisserver shell script can be used to set up a root master, nonroot master, and replica NIS+ servers with level 2 security (DES). When setting up a new domain, this script creates the NIS+ directories (including groups_dir and org_dir) and system table objects for the domain specified. It does not populate the tables. You will need to use nispopulate(1M) to populate the tables. Use the first S...
 nissetup(1m) -- initialize a NIS+ domain
    nissetup is a shell script that sets up a NIS+ domain to serve clients that wish to store system administration information in a domain named domain. This domain should already exist prior to executing this command (see nismkdir(1) and nisinit(1M)). A NIS+ domain consists of a NIS+ directory and its subdirectories: org_dir and groups_dir. org_dir stores system administration information and groups...
 nisshowcache(1m) -- NIS+ utility to print out the contents of the shared cache file
    nisshowcache prints out the contents of the per-machine NIS+ directory cache that is shared by all processes accessing NIS+ on the machine. By default, nisshowcache only prints out the directory names in the cache along with the cache header. The shared cache is maintained by nis_cachemgr(1M).
 nisstat(1m) -- report NIS+ server statistics
    The nisstat command queries a NIS+ server for various statistics about its operations. These statistics may vary between implementations and from release to release. Not all statistics are available from all servers. Requesting a statistic from a server that does not support that statistic is never fatal, it simply returns 'unknown statistic.' By default, statistics are fetched from the server(s...
 nistbladm(1) -- NIS+ table administration command
    The nistbladm command is used to administer NIS+ tables. There are five primary operations that it performs: creating and deleting tables, adding entries to, modifying entries within, and removing entries from tables. Though NIS+ does not place restrictions on the size of tables or entries, the size of data has an impact on the performance and the disk space requirements of the NIS+ server. NIS+ i...
 nistest(1) -- return the state of the NIS+ namespace using a conditional expression
    nistest provides a way for shell scripts and other programs to test for the existence, type, and access rights of objects and entries. Entries are named using indexed names (see nismatch(1)).
 nisupdkeys(1m) -- update the public keys in a NIS+ directory object
    This command updates the public keys in an NIS+ directory object. When the public key for a NIS+ server is changed, the new key must be propagated to all directory objects that reference that server. nisupdkeys reads a directory object and attempts to get the public key for each server of that directory. These keys are placed in the directory object and the object is then modified to reflect the n...
 nis_cachemgr(1m) -- maintains a cache containing location information about NIS+ servers
    The nis_cachemgr daemon maintains a cache of the NIS+ directory objects. The cache contains location information necessary to contact the NIS+ servers that serve the various directories in the name space. This includes transport addresses, information neeeded to authenticate the server, and a time to live field which gives a hint on how long the directory object can be cached. The cache helps to i...
 nl(1) -- line numbering filter
    nl reads lines from the named file or the standard input if no file is named and reproduces the lines on the standard output. Lines are numbered on the left in accordance with the command options in effect. nl views the text it reads in terms of logical pages. Line numbering is reset at the start of each logical page. A logical page consists of a header, a body, and a footer section. Empty section...
 nljust(1) -- justify lines, left or right, for printing
    nljust formats for printing data written in languages with a rightto-left orientation. It is designed to be used with the pr and the lp commands (see pr(1) and lp(1)). nljust reads the concatenation of input files (or standard input if none are given) and produces on standard output a right-to-left formatted version of its input. If - appears as an input file name, nljust reads standard input at t...
 nm(1) -- print name list of common object file
    The nm command displays the symbol table of each object file, file. There are three general output formats: the default (neither -p nor -P specified), -p specified, and -P specified. The output formats are described after the "Options" subsection. By default, nm prints the entire name of the symbols listed. Since object files can have symbol names with an arbitrary number of characters, a name t...
 nohup(1) -- run a command immune to hangups
    nohup executes command with hangups and quits ignored. If output is not redirected by the user, both standard output and standard error are sent to nohup.out. If nohup.out is not writable in the current directory, output is redirected to $HOME/nohup.out; otherwise, nohup fails. If a file is created, the file's permission bits will be set to S_IRUSR | S_IWUSR. If output from nohup is redirected to...
 nroff(1) -- format text
    nroff is a text formatting program that interprets source text contained in file and prepares it for printing on typewriter-like devices and line printers. If file name is - or not specified, standard input is used as source text. If the file contains plain text with no formatter requests, nroff uses default line lengths and page dimensions to produce readable output, outputting a blank line for e...
 nslookup(1) -- query name servers interactively
    nslookup is a program to query Internet domain name servers. nslookup has been extended to follow the configured name resolution algorithm of the host and to query NIS, as well as, DNS and host tables. Both an interactive and non-interactive mode are available with nslookup. Interactive mode allows the user to query a name server for information about various hosts and domains, or print a list of ...
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