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 rpccp_show_group(1m) -- Shows the members of a group
    The show group command shows the members of a group in the name service database. The entry name of the group is required. Unless it is limited to a specific member (by the -m option), the show group command shows all members. The command shows only the members in the specified group; the -r option enables you to show members of nested groups.
 rpccp_show_mapping(1m) -- Shows the elements of the either the local or a remote endpoint map
    The show mapping command shows elements of an endpoint map. Each element corresponds to an object UUID, interface identifier, annotation, and binding information. The binding information contains an RPC protocol sequence, a network address, and an endpoint within square brackets (rpc- prot-seq:network-addr[endpoint]). The endpoint map can be either the local endpoint map or the endpoint map of a s...
 rpccp_show_profile(1m) -- Shows the elements of a profile
    The show profile command shows the elements of a profile in the name service database. The entry name of the profile is required. By default, all elements in the profile are shown. You can select a subset of the elements by specifying the -a, -i, or -m options. The -r option enables you to show nested profiles.
 rpccp_show_server(1m) -- Shows the binding information, interface identifiers, and object UUIDs in a server entry
    The show server command shows the RPC binding information, interface identifiers, and object UUIDs in a server entry. The entry name of the server entry is required. This operation shows all of the potential bindings for an interface. By default, this command displays bindings for the specified version of the interface and for upwardly compatible versions of the interface. The -v option controls w...
 rpccp_unexport(1m) -- Removes binding information, interface identifiers, and object UUIDs from a server entry
    The unexport command removes binding information and an interface identifier, object UUIDs, or both from a server entry, or it removes Hewlett-Packard Company - 2 OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8 PHSS_26394-96 unexport(1m) Open Software Foundation unexport(1m) object UUIDs from a group's entry. The command requires the entry name and either the interface identifier or one or more object UUIDs. By default, ...
 rpcd(1m) -- DCE Host daemon
    The DCE Host daemon is a process that provides services for the local host, and is also the server used by remote applications to access these host services. The daemon can be invoked either as dced or as rpcd. When invoked as dced, it provides by default all of the services described below, and it requires that the local host be configured into a DCE cell. When invoked as rpcd, it provides only t...
 rpcgen(1) -- an RPC protocol compiler
    rpcgen is a tool that generates C code to implement an RPC protocol. The input to rpcgen is a language similar to C known as RPC Language (Remote Procedure Call Language). rpcgen is normally used as in the first synopsis where it takes an input file and generates three output files. If the infile is named proto.x, then rpcgen generates a header in proto.h, XDR routines in proto_xdr.c, server-side ...
 rpcinfo(1m) -- report RPC information
    rpcinfo makes an RPC call to an RPC server and reports what it finds. In the first synopsis, rpcinfo lists all the registered RPC services with rpcbind on host. If host is not specified, the local host is the default. If -s is used, the information is displayed in a concise format. In the second synopsis, rpcinfo lists all the RPC services registered with rpcbind, version 2. Also note that the for...
 rpc_intro(1m) -- Introduction to DCE RPC daemon and RPC control program commands
    DCE RPC provides two administrative facilities, the RPC daemon and the RPC control program. Note: These facilities are superceded by the DCE Host daemon (dced) and the DCE control program (dcecp) for OSF DCE version 1.1. + The RPC daemon is a process that provides the Endpoint Map Service, which maintains the local endpoint map for local RPC servers and looks up endpoints for RPC clients. An endpo...
 rpc_intro(1) -- Introduction to the DCE RPC programmer commands
    DCE RPC provides the following programmer commands: + The idl command invokes the Interface Definition Language (IDL) compiler to convert an interface definition, written in IDL, to output files. + The uuidgen command creates a UUID string that you assign to an object to uniquely distinguish it from other objects. See each command's reference page for further information.
 rquotad(1m) -- remote quota server
    rquotad is an RPC server that returns quotas for a user of a local file system currently mounted by a remote machine by means of NFS (see rpc(3N)). The results are used by quota to display user quotas for remote file systems (see quota(1)). rquotad is normally invoked by inetd (see inetd(1M)).
 rrestore(1m) -- restore file system incrementally, local or across network
    The restore and rrestore commands read tapes previously dumped by the dump or rdump command (see dum ). Actions taken are controlled by the key argument where key is a string of characters containing not more than one function letter and possibly one or more function modifiers. One or more name arguments, if present, are file or directory names specifying the files that are to be restored. Unless ...
 rstatd(1m) -- kernel statistics server
    rstatd is an RPC server that returns performance statistics obtained from the kernel. The rup utility prints this information (see rup(1)). inetd invokes rstatd through /etc/inetd.conf (see inetd(1M)).
 rtprio(1) -- execute process with real-time priority
    rtprio executes command with a real-time priority, or changes the real-time priority of currently executing process pid. Real-time priorities range from zero (highest) to 127 (lowest). Real-time processes are not subject to priority degradation, and are all of greater (scheduling) importance than non-real-time processes. See rtprio(2) for more details. If -t is specified instead of a real-time pri...
 rtradvd(1m) -- Router Advertisement daemon for IPv6
    rtradvd, the router advertisement daemon for IPv6, implements router functionality as specified by RFC 2461 ("Neighbor Discovery for IP Version 6"). The daemon listens to router solicitation and sends router advertisement messages on demand and periodically as described in "Neighbor Discovery for IP Version 6". These advertisements allow any listening host to configure their addresses and some...
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