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 gfxinfo(1) -- display graphics subsystems information
    gfxinfo extracts the type of each graphics subsystem resident, and displays information that is relevant to the various pieces of hardware found in each. The displayed material may include the subsystem type, the number of boards, the number of screens attached, etc.
 gfxinit(1) -- initialize all graphics subsystems
    gfxinit extracts the type of each graphics subsystem resident, and initializes it. The initialization procedure typically consists of loading microcode. If the -v option is used, a verbose description of the procedure steps is displayed. Typically the description includes the full path name of the microcode files been loaded.
 gfxtopology(1) -- graphics topology information
    The gfxtopology command extracts information about the graphics pipes, keyboards, and mice attached to the system from the hardware graph and /etc/ioconfig.conf. This information is then displayed to relate the physical location of the devices to the logical configuration from ioconfig.conf. The first section of the gfxtopology output describes the brick that the G brick is attached to, as well as the information for the GE board of that pipe. The second section describes the physical location o...
 ggd(1) -- rate-guarantee-granting daemon
    ggd manages the I/O-rate guarantees that have been granted to processes on the system. The daemon is started from a script in the /etc/rc2.d directory. It reads the /etc/grio_disks file to obtain information about the available hardware devices. Processes can make requests for I/O-rate guarantees by using the grio_action_list(3X), grio_reserve_file(3X), or grio_reserve_fs(3X) library calls. After determining if the I/O rate can be guaranteed, the daemon returns a confirmation or rejection to the...
 glp(1) -- graphical lp printing command
    glp, also known as PrintPanel and printpanel, provides a graphical interface to the lp(1) printing command of the AT&T System V print spooling system. The glp program accepts all lp command line options and allows these options to be set interactively. Similar to lp, glp permits multiple filenames to be specified on the command line for printing. glp also permits its standard input to be redirected so that the output of other programs can be printed using redirection or piping. In addition, if g...
 glxinfo(1) -- display info about a GLX extension and OpenGL renderer
    glxinfo lists information about the GLX extension, OpenGL capable visuals, and the OpenGL renderer of an X server. The GLX and renderer information includes the version and extension attributes. The visual information lists the GLX visual attributes for each OpenGL capable visual (e.g. whether the visual is double buffered, the component sizes, etc). Command line options are: -display Specify the display to query. -h list the options. -t By default the visual information is presented i...
 gmemusage(1) -- graphical memory usage viewer
    gmemusage is a graphical memory usage viewer. gmemusage displays a bar chart depicting the breakdown of memory use, with each bar labeled with the name of the program using the memory and the number of kilobytes of memory used. If more than one copy of a program is running, the number of copies is displayed in parentheses after the program name. In addition, gmemusage will display a breakdown of the regions within a program. Clicking on a bar or program name in the main chart will replace the ma...
 gpsinterface(1) -- Generic PostScript model for System V spooling.
    /usr/spool/lp/interface/gpsinterface an interface file. /usr/lib/print/lptops filter to convert text to PostScript.
 grelnotes(1) -- graphical on-line release notes viewer
    grelnotes provides a graphical interface for viewing the on-line release notes. For each software product installed on the workstation there is a set of on-line release notes. Each set of release notes contains a number of chapters providing important information about the product. grelnotes makes it possible to quickly locate and browse these release notes. If grelnotes is executed with no arguments, it will come up displaying the release notes for the "IRIX" software product. The "IRIX" pr...
 grep(1) -- search a file for a pattern
    The grep utility searches the input files, selecting lines matching one or more patterns; the types of patterns are controlled by the options specified. The patterns are specified by the -e option, -f option, or the pattern_list operand. The pattern_list's value consists of one or more patterns separated by newline characters; the pattern_file's contents consist of one or more patterns terminated by newline characters. By default, an input line will be selected if any pattern, trea...
 grio(1) -- display GRIO reservation information
    grio displays information about the active GRIO reservations and statistics on the GRIO subsystem. Only one of the options BCDFIPRSV can be specified on a single invocation of grio: -B Print information about active GRIO reservations on a given device. Devices can be specified with the -d or -a options. -C Print the device path and show active GRIO reservations. Devices are specified with the -d option. This only works for disks. Each path component reported can be fed back to grio with the -d o...
 grio_bandwidth(1) -- determines guaranteed-rate I/O device bandwidth
    grio_bandwidth is used to determine the number of I/O operations of a given size that can be guaranteed to be performed by a given disk device, RAID subsystem or SCSI controller in one second. It creates processes which repeatedly issue I/O requests of the given size, and device seeks of random lengths, to the specified devices. The length of time to complete each request is recorded and this information is used to determine the average number of I/O operations that were performed by the device ...
 groups(1) -- show group memberships
    The groups command shows the groups to which you or the optionally specified user belong. Each user belongs to a group specified in the password file /etc/passwd and possibly to other groups as specified in the file /etc/group. Invoking groups without a user specified executes a getgroups system call, which returns the grouplist of which the process is currently a member. This list will contain only the effective group ID unless a multgrps call has been executed; in that case it will contain all...
 growfs(1) -- expand a filesystem
    growfs expands an existing Extent Filesystem, see efs(4). The special argument is the pathname of the device special file where the filesystem resides. The filesystem must be unmounted to be grown, see umount(1M). The existing contents of the filesystem are undisturbed, and the added space becomes available for additional file storage. If a -s size argument is given, the filesystem is grown to occupy size basic blocks of storage (if available). If no size argument is given, the filesystem is gro...
 grpck(1) -- group file checker
    grpck verifies all entries in the group file, file. This verification includes a check of: the number of fields, group name, group ID, whether all login names appear in the password file, duplicate logname entries, and maximum number of groups per logname. The default group file is /etc/group. grpck has the ability to parse YP entries in the group file.
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