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 amconfig(1) -- check or modify availmon configuration values
    amconfig is used to configure availmon(5) via four configuration flags, two configuration values, and a list of email addresses. If no argument is given, amconfig shows the status of all flags and values and the content of the email lists. The first synopsis is for configuration flags. In this case, usage for showing status and turning flags on or off is the same as for chkconfig(1M). The autoemail flag controls automatic distribution of availmon reports according to autoemail.list. The shutdown...
 amnotify(1) -- email availability and diagnosis reports
    esp(5), availmon(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 amparse(1) -- extract information from an availmon report
    amparse parses an availmon(5) report and extracts information according to the specified fieldname. The availmon report is read from filename, or from standard input if no filename is given. Only one fieldname can be specified at a time: -SYSID System serial number -HOSTNAME System hostname or internet address -PREVSTART Previous start time, including seconds since Jan 1, 1970, and local time -PREVSTART1 Previous start time in the form of seconds since Jan 1, 1970 -PREVSTART2 Previous start time...
 amreceive(1) -- convert received availmon email reports
    amreceive converts a received availmon(5) email report to plain text. The email report can be a file or can be read from standard input. The availmon report should be sent by Embedded Support Partner facilities (see esp(5) for more details) so that the format type and report type are correctly specified in the email subject. The output of amreceive can be redirected to a file, appended to a site logfile, or piped to a mailer or to a front-end interface of a database system for further reference ...
 amregister(1) -- register or deregister the system
    esp(5), availmon(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 amreport(1) -- produce statistical and event reports from availmon logfile
    esp(5), availmon(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 amsend(1) -- mail availmon reports
    esp(5), availmon(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 amsysinfo(1) -- print system serial number or full hostname/address
    esp(5), availmon(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 amsyslog(1) -- parse system log files and print critical messages
    amsyslog parses system log files and prints messages of a specified (or higher) priority. The default system log files are /var/adm/SYSLOG and /var/adm/oSYSLOG. The default priority level is 4 (warning, error and critical messages). Repeated messages in any order are recorded once, at the point of first occurrence, with the repetition count and the last time stamp shown at the end of the message, delimited by "<" and ">". This includes interspersed multiple sequences of repeated messages. Th...
 amtickerd(1) -- system uptime monitor daemon
    eventmond(1M), esp(5), availmon(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 amtime1970(1) -- print or convert time as seconds since Jan 1, 1970
    amtime1970 prints the current seconds since Jan 1, 1970 if no argument is given. With arguments, it converts between local time and seconds since Jan 1, 1970. The format of local time is the same as the output of ctime(3C). The arguments are: -d seconds Convert seconds since Jan 1, 1970 to local time -t localtime Convert local time to seconds since Jan 1, 1970
 annotator(1) -- 3D Annotation with Digital Media Notes
    IRIS Annotator is an authoring environment for annotating 3D models. Annotator is based on a 3D geometry viewer for viewing and manipulating 3D models. Analogous to 2D redlining, it also allows you to annotate the models using 3D markers. You then create and/or import multi-media notes that present additional information about the model, and attach them to the markers. Finally, you can save the annotated model, and mail it to others for their review. Annotator optionally takes a filename on the ...
 ansitape(1) -- ANSI standard tape handler
    ansitape reads and writes magnetic tapes written in ANSI standard format (called ``Files-11'' by DEC). Tapes written by ansitape are labeled with the first six characters of the machine name by default. Actions are controlled by the key argument. The key is a string of characters containing at most one function letter. Other arguments to the command are a tape label and filenames specifying which files are to be written onto or extracted from the tape. Note that this version is designed to wor...
 dmedia/apanel(1) -- control panel for Audio Hardware: input and output levels, rates, sources and syncs
    audiopanel provides a graphical interface to control the audio hardware. The display indicates the state of one or more independent loci of audio hardware control known as "devices" and allows control of their signal levels, sample rates, and master timing as well as input signal metering and monitoring. The display is loosely divided into two halves; input devices panels with their related controls, when displayed, appear on the left half of the window and output devices panels and their cont...
 X11/appdefpath(1) -- supplies a server-specific path for application resource defaults
    appdefpath is responsible for supplying an absolute path to the appropriate resource defaults given X server specific information. The default is typically /usr/lib/X11/appdefaults. Page 1 (printed 10/9/01)
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