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 vxtask(1m) -- list and administer VERITAS Volume Manager tasks
    The vxtask utility performs basic administrative operations on VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) tasks that are running on the system. Operations include listing tasks (subject to filtering), modifying the state of a task (aborting, pausing, resuming), and modifying the rate of progress of a task. VERITAS Volume Manager tasks represent long-term operations in progress on the system. Every task provide...
 vxtrace(1m) -- trace operations on volumes
    The vxtrace utility prints kernel error or I/O trace event records on the standard output or writes them to a file in binary format. Binary trace records written to a file can be read back and formatted by vxtrace as well. If no arguments are specified, vxtrace reports either all error trace data or all I/O trace data on all virtual disk devices. With error trace data, it is possible to select all...
 vxtunefs(1m) -- tune a VxFS File System
    vxtunefs sets or prints tuneable I/O parameters of mounted file systems. vxtunefs can set parameters describing the I/O properties of the underlying device, parameters to indicate when to treat an I/O as direct I/O, or parameters to control the extent allocation policy for the specified file system. With no options specified, vxtunefs prints the existing VxFS parameters for the specified file syst...
 vxumount(1m) -- unmount a VxFS file system
    vxumount unmounts a currently mounted VxFS file system, which you can specify either as a mount_point or as special, the device on which the file system resides. Note: Only a privileged user can unmount file systems.
 vxunreloc(1m) -- move a hot-relocated subdisk back to its original disk
    The VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) hot-relocation feature can detect an I/O failure in a subdisk, relocate the subdisk, and recover the plex associated with the subdisk. vxunreloc lets you reverse the process and move the hot-relocated subdisks back onto a disk that was replaced after a disk failure. dm_name specifies the disk where the hot-relocated subdisks originally resided. The -n option moves...
 vxupgrade(1m) -- upgrade the disk layout of a VxFS file system
    vxupgrade prints the current disk layout version number for a VxFS file system or upgrades the file system to a new disk layout. vxupgrade operates on file systems mounted for read/write access: mount_point must be a mounted VxFS file system. Only a privileged user can query or upgrade a VxFS file system. When invoked with the -n option, vxupgrade upgrades the disk layout to the specified version....
 vxvmboot(1m) -- prepare VERITAS Volume Manager volume as a root, boot, primary swap or dump volume
    The vxvmboot command updates information in the LABEL file for the lif disk specified by the pathname of its character (raw) device node, rawpath. The volume at the specified offset and length becomes the boot, root, primary swap or dump volume when the system is next booted. This command is normally invoked by the vxbootsetup utility.
 vxvmconvert(1m) -- convert LVM volume groups to VxVM disk groups
    vxvmconvert is a menu-driven program to convert an HP Logical Volume Manger (LVM) configuration to a VERITAS Volume Manager configuration. This man page is a brief overview of vxvmconvert. Refer to the VERITAS Volume Manager Migration Guide for a detailed description before using the conversion procedure. The vxvmconvert script is interactive and prompts you for responses, supplying defaults where...
 vxvol(1m) -- perform VERITAS Volume Manager operations on volumes
    The vxvol utility performs VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) operations on volumes. The first operand is a keyword that determines the specific operation to perform. The remaining operands specify configuration records to which the operation is to be applied. - 1 - Formatted: January 24, 2005 vxvol(1M) VxVM 3.5 vxvol(1M) 1 Jun 2002 Each operation can be applied to only one disk group at a time. Any vo...
 vx_emerg_start(1m) -- start VERITAS Volume Manager from recovery media
    The vx_emerg_start utility can be used to start VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) when a system is booted from alternate media, or when a system has been booted into Emergency Mode Boot mode. This allows a rootable VxVM configuration to be repaired in the event of a catastrophic failure. vx_emerg_start verifies that the /etc/vx/volboot file exists, and checks the command-line arguments against the con...
 w(1) -- show how long system has been up, and/or who is logged in and what they are doing
    uptime prints the current time, the length of time the system has been up, the number of users logged on to the system, and the average number of jobs in the run queue over the last 1, 5, and 15 minutes for the active processors. w is linked to uptime and prints the same output as uptime -w, displaying a summary of the current activity on the system.
 waconf(1m) -- display and configure web administration tool
    The waconf command configures the behavior of the web administration server use by the kcweb and pdweb commands. If no options are specified, waconf displays the current configuration. Only the superuser can change the configuration.
 wait(1) -- await process completion
    If no argument is specified, wait waits until all processes (started with &) of the current shell have completed, and reports on abnormal terminations. If a numeric argument pid is given and is the process ID of a background process, wait waits until that process has completed. Otherwise, if pid is not a background process, wait exits without waiting for any processes to complete. Because the wait...
 wall(1m) -- write message to all users
    Without arguments, the wall command reads a message from standard input until end-of-file. Then it sends this message to all currently logged-in users preceded by: Broadcast Message from ... If the -ggroupname option is specified, groupname option is specified, wall sends the message to all currently logged-in groupname members (as specified in /etc/group) preceded by: Broadcast Message from ... t...
 wc(1) -- count words, lines, and bytes or characters in a file
    The wc command counts lines, words, and bytes or characters in the named files, or in the standard input if no file names are specified. It also keeps a total count for all named files. A word is a string of characters delimited by spaces, tabs, or newlines.
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