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 uustat(1) -- uucp status inquiry and job control
    uustat displays the status of, or cancels, previously specified uucp commands, or provide general status on uucp connections to other systems (see uucp(1)). Only one of the following options can be specified with uustat per command execution: -a Output all jobs in queue. -m Report the status of accessibility of all machines. -p Execute a ps -flp for all the process IDs that are in the lock files. ...
 uusub(1m) -- monitor uucp network
    The uucp commands, including uusub, are targeted for removal from HPUX; see the WARNINGS below. uusub defines a uucp subnetwork and monitors the connection and traffic among the members of the subnetwork.
 uuto(1) -- public UNIX system to UNIX system file copy
    uuto sends source-files to destination. uuto uses the uucp facility to send files (see uucp(1)), while allowing the local system to control the file access. A source-file name is a path name on your machine. Destination has the form: system!user where !user where user where system is taken from a list of system names that uucp knows about (see uuname in uucp(1) manual entry). user is the login nam...
 uutry(1) -- UNIX system to UNIX system copy
    uucp copies files named by the source_files argument to the destination identified by the destination_file argument. When copying files to or from a remote system, source_files and destination_file can be a path name on the local system, or have the form: system_name!path_!path_path_name where system_name is the name of a remote system in a list of system names known to uucp. When copying files to...
 uux(1) -- UNIX system to UNIX system command execution
    uux gathers zero or more files from various systems, executes a command on a specified system, then sends standard output to a file on a specified system. Note that, for security reasons, many installations limit the list of commands executable on behalf of an incoming request from uux. Many sites will permit little more than the receipt of mail (see mail(1), mailx(1), and elm(1)) via uux. The com...
 uuxqt(1m) -- execute remote uucp or uux command requests
    The uucp commands, including uuxqt, are targeted for removal from HPUX; see the WARNINGS below. uuxqt executes remote job requests generated by use of the uux command (see uux(1)). uux generates X. files and places them in the spool directory, where uuxqt searches for them. For each X. file, uuxqt determines whether the required data files are available and accessible, and if file commands are per...
 ux2dos(1) -- convert ASCII file format
    dos2ux and ux2dos read each specified file in sequence and write it to standard output, converting to HP-UX format or to DOS format, respectively. Each file can be either DOS format or HP-UX format for either command. A DOS file name is recognized by the presence of an embedded colon (:) delimiter; see dosif(4) for DOS file naming conventions. If no input file is given or if the argument - is enco...
 vacation(1) -- return ``I am not here'' indication
    The vacation program returns a message to the sender of a message telling them that you are currently not reading your mail. The intended use is in a .forward file in $HOME. For example, your .forward file might contain: \eric, "|/usr/bin/vacation -a allman eric" which would send messages to you (assuming your login name was eric) and reply to any messages for eric or allman. The \ preceding e...
 val(1) -- validate SCCS file
    The val command reads one or more files to determine whether each file read is an SCCS file meeting the characteristics specified by the optional argument list. Command-line options may appear in any order, and are described below.
 vax(1) -- provide truth value about processor type
    The following commands return a true value (exit code 0) if the a processor type matches the command name. Otherwise a false value (exit code non-zero) is returned. These commands are commonly used within make makefiles and shell procedures to improve portability of applications (see make(1)). ___________________________________________________________________________ | Command | True for: ||Comma...
 vc(1) -- substitutes assigned values in place of identification keywords.
    The vc, or version control command copies lines from the standard input to the standard output under control of command line arguments and control statements encountered in the standard input. In the process of performing the copy operation, user declared keywords can be replaced by their string value when they appear in plain text and/or control statements. The copying of lines from the standard ...
 vedit(1) -- screen-oriented (visual) text editor
    The vi (visual) program is a display-oriented text editor that is based on the underlying ex line editor (see ex(1)). It is possible to switch back and forth between the two and to execute ex commands from within vi. The line-editor commands and the editor options are described in ex(1). Only the visual mode commands are described here. The view program is identical to vi except that the readonly ...
 vgcfgbackup(1m) -- create or update LVM volume group configuration backup file
    The vgcfgbackup command saves the LVM configuration for a volume group in a default or alternate configuration backup file (see the -f option). By default, vgcfgbackup runs automatically each time an LVM command changes the LVM configuration. In this case, it always uses the default configuration backup file. An existing default configuration backup file is renamed with an extension of .old.
 vgcfgrestor(1m) -- display or restore LVM volume group configuration from backup file
    The vgcfgrestore command restores the LVM configuration data from a default (-n option) or alternate (-f option) configuration backup file to the physical volume named by pv_path. Or, it displays the configuration data on standard output (-l option). The configuration stored for one physical volume, old_pv_path, can be copied to another physical volume pv_path (-o option).
 vgchange(1m) -- set LVM volume group availability
    The vgchange command with the -a option activates or deactivates one or more volume groups. The vgchange command with the -c option controls the membership of one or more volume groups in a high availability cluster. The vgchange command with the -c and -S options control the membership of a volume group and mark it sharable. The vgchange command without the -P resync_daemon_count option (default)...
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