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 sec_admin(1m) -- Registry replica administration tool
    The registry database is replicated: each instance of a registry server, secd, maintains a working copy of the database in virtual memory and on disk. One server, called the master replica, accepts updates and handles the subsequent propagation of changes to all other replicas. All other replicas are slave replicas, which accept only queries. Each cell has one master replica and numerous slave rep...
 sec_create_db(1m) -- registry database creation utility
    The sec_create_db tool creates new master and slave databases in dcelocal/var/security/rgy_data on the machine from which /var/security/rgy_data on the machine from which sec_create_db is run. Normally, these databases are created only once by the system configuration tool, dce_config. However, you can use sec_create_db if you need to re-create the master or a slave databse from scratch. You must ...
 sec_intro(1m) -- Introduction to the DCE Security administrative commands
    This section describes DCE Security commands for system administration. These commands are acl_edit Manages Access Control Lists (ACLs) for DCE objects auditd Starts the DCE Audit Daemon chpass Changes user information, such as login name, password, home directory, password and account expiration dates, and login shell. The implementation of this utility is platformspecific. Use the chpass utility...
 sec_salvage_db(1m) -- Recover a corrupted registry database Note: The sec_salvage_db -check and -fix options are not currently avail
    The sec_salvage_db tool is an aid to database administration and troubleshooting. Although day-to-day administration is handled by the rgy_edit command, sec_salvage_db can be useful for listing registry data, reconstructing databases, and salvaging corrupted databases. Hewlett-Packard Company - 4 OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8 PHSS_26394-96 sec_salvage_db(1m) Open Software Foundation sec_salvage_db(1m) Th...
 sed(1) -- stream text editor
    sed copies the named text files (standard input default) to the standard output, edited according to a script containing up to 100 commands. Only complete input lines are processed. Any input text at the end of a file that is not terminated by a new-line character is ignored.
 sendmail(1m) -- send mail over the Internet
    sendmail sends a message to one or more recipients or addresses and routes the message over whatever networks are necessary. sendmail does internetwork forwarding as necessary to deliver the message to the correct place. sendmail is not intended as a user interface routine. Other programs provide user-friendly front ends. sendmail is used only to deliver pre-formatted messages. With no flags speci...
 send_sound(1) -- play an audio file
    This command plays an audio file. send_sound is the command used when you double-click an audio file from the HP VUE File Manager. The file begins playing, according to the settings of the Audio Control Panel. -format_format_switch is one these formats: au Sun file format snd NeXT file format wav Microsoft RIFF Waveform file format u MuLaw format al ALaw l16 linear 16-bit format lo8 offset (unsign...
 serialize(1) -- force target process to run serially with other processes
    The serialize command is used to force the target process to run serially with other processes also marked by this command. The target process can be referred to by pid value, or it can be invoked directly on the command. Once a process has been marked by serialize, the process stays marked until process completion unless serialize is reissued on the serialized process with the -t option. The -t o...
 service.switch(1m) -- indicate lookup sources and fallback mechanism
    /etc/mail/service.switch is a sendmail(1M) service switch similar to /etc/nsswitch.conf (see switch(4)) that indicates the lookup source for hostnames and aliases. It consists of two lines, one for hosts and one for aliases. The lookup sources are listed after the 'hosts' or 'aliases' name. For hosts, one or more of the following can be listed: files (for /etc/hosts), dns, nis, or nisplus. For...
 set(1m) -- Modifies characteristics for the DTS entity.
    The set command modifies the charactistics you specify for the DTS entity. The modifiable characteristics and their values are described in the following list. check interval [relative-time] Specifies the amount of time between checks for faulty servers. Applicable only for servers that have external time providers. Hewlett-Packard Company - 1 OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8 PHSS_26394-96 set(1m) Open Soft...
 setacl(1) -- modify access control lists (ACLs) for files (JFS File Systems only)
    For each file specified, setacl will either replace its entire ACL, including the default ACL on a directory, or it will add, modify, or delete one or more ACL entries, including default entries on directories. The -s option will set the ACL to the entries specified on the command line. The -f option will set the ACL to the entries contained within the file acl_file. The -d option will delete one ...
 setboot(1m) -- display and modify boot variables in stable storage
    The setboot command displays and sets boot variables in stable storage (also known as nonvolatile memory). Any user can display the values; only a superuser can change them. On all systems, the variables are: primary path, alternate path, autoboot flag, and autosearch flag. If SpeedyBoot is installed, the variables expand to include: early CPU tests, late CPU tests, memory initialization (on Itani...
 setext(1m) -- set VxFS extent attributes
    setext specifies a fixed extent size for a file, and reserves space for a file. The file must already exist.
 setmemwindow(1m) -- changes the window id of a running program or starts a program in a particular memory window
    setmemwindow is the command that changes the window id of a running process or starts a specified program in a particular memory window. If the -p option is specified with a non-zero pid, only the process' window id is changed, and any value specified for program is ignored. The executable program is only executed if the process id pid is either 0 or unspecified. Changing the window id for the ru...
 setmnt(1m) -- establish the file-system mount table, /etc/mnttab
    The setmnt command creates the /etc/mnttab table (see mnttab(4)), which is needed by both the mount and umount commands (see mount(1M)). setmnt reads the standard input and creates an entry in /etc/mnttab for each line of input. Input lines have the format: filesys node where filesys is the name of the device special file associated with the file system (such as /dev/dsk/c0t5d0) and node is the ro...
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