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 ptx(1) -- permuted index
    ptx generates the file output that can be processed with a text formatter to produce a permuted index of file input (standard input and output default). It has three phases: the first does the permutation, generating one line for each keyword in an input line. The keyword is rotated to the front. The permuted file is then sorted (see sort(1) and Environment Variables below). Finally, the sorted li...
 pty(1) -- get the name of the terminal
    tty and pty print the path name of the user's terminal. The -s option inhibits printing of the terminal path name and any diagnostics, providing a means to test only the exit code.
 pvchange(1m) -- change characteristics and access path of physical volume in LVM volume group
    The pvchange command changes the characteristics and access path of a physical volume (pv_path) in a volume group. For multiported devices accessed via multiple paths, pvchange may be used to customize the circumstances that may cause LVM to automatically switch from one path to another, or when LVM will switch back to a prior path which failed when it is available again (generally described as th...
 pvck(1m) -- check or repair a physical volume in LVM volume group
    Note: Currently pvck is only capable of detecting bad checksums caused by a forward system migration after a backward system migration. It should not be used in other situations. The pvck command examines and repairs LVM data structures on a raw disk (pv_path) in a volume group.
 pvcreate(1m) -- create physical volume for use in LVM volume group
    The pvcreate command initializes a direct access storage device (a raw disk device) for use as a physical volume in a volume group. If pv_path contains a file system and the -f option is not specified, pvcreate asks for confirmation. The request for confirmation avoids accidentally deleting a file system. Furthermore, when the -f option is not specified, the operation is denied if pv_path already ...
 pvdisplay(1m) -- display information about physical volumes within LVM volume group
    The pvdisplay command displays information about each physical volume specified by a pv_path parameter.
 pvmove(1m) -- move allocated physical extents from one LVM physical volume to other physical volumes
    The pvmove command moves allocated physical extents and the data they contain from a source physical volume, source_pv_path, to one or more other physical volumes in the same volume group. If a destination physical volume or physical volume group is not specified, all physical volumes in the volume group are available as destination volumes for the transfer. pvmove selects the proper physical volu...
 pvremove(1m) -- remove LVM data structure from a physical volume
    The pvremove command clears the LVM data structure on a disk, so that it is no longer an LVM physical volume. The device may then be used by the file system or by other Volume Manager. The operation is denied if pv_path is assigned to a volume group. The pvremove command only clears the LVM data structure on a disk if the disk does not belong to a volume group. This avoids accidentally removing a ...
 pwck(1m) -- password/group file checkers
    pwck scans fields in the password and shadow files and reports any inconsistencies to standard error. The checks include validation of the number of fields, login name, user ID, group ID, and whether the login directory and optional program exist. In addition, if the root entry shows a program, it can only be one of: /sbin/sh, /usr/bin/csh, /usr/bin/ksh, or /usr/bin/sh. The criteria for validation...
 pwconv(1m) -- install, update or check the /etc/shadow file
    The pwconv command installs or appends /etc/shadow with information from /etc/passwd, or checks for any discrepancies between the contents of the two files. The pwconv command without options does the following: 1. Creates the file /etc/shadow if it does not exist; otherwise, it removes all entries for usernames that are not present in /etc/passwd. 2. For each entry in /etc/passwd, move the encryp...
 pwd(1) -- working directory name
    pwd prints the path name of the working (current) directory.
 pwd_strengthd(1m) -- The sample Password Management Server
    DESCRIPTION pwd_strengthd is a sample Password Management Server. It exports the rsec_pwd_mgmt application programming interface. pwd_strengthd generates passwords and strength-checks them. It enforces the security registry policy for password strength-checking. Administrators can override the security registry policy via the command-line options (alpha_num, all_spaces, min_len.) Administrators ca...
 pwget(1) -- get password and group information
    pwget and grget locate and display information from /etc/passwd and /etc/group. The standard output of pwget contains lines of colon-separated password information whose format is the same as that used in the /etc/passwd file (see passwd(4)). The standard output of grget contains lines of colon-separated group information whose format is the same as that used in the /etc/group file (see group(4))....
 pwgrd(1m) -- Password and Group Hashing and Caching daemon.
    pwgrd provides accelerated lookup of password and group information for libc routines like getpwuid and getgrname. pwgrd implements per request type caches and hashtables as appropriate. When the corresponding routine in libc is called, a request is issued to pwgrd via a Unix domain socket connection. pwgrd determines whether it can satisfy the request, returning the appropriate results to the req...
 pwgr_stat(1m) -- Password and Group Hashing and Caching Statistics.
    pwgr_stat displays the current status of the pwgrd daemon process running on the system. It includes whether or not the daemon is running, how much activity is occurring, as well as statistics for each kind of request serviced by pwgrd. Request specific statistics include the number of request and the percent of requests handled by the cache and the hashtables used to service that request. A reque...
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