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 miser_move(1) -- move a block of resources from one queue to another
    The miser_move command removes a tuple of space from the source queue's vector and adds it to the destination queue's vector beginning at the start time and ending at the end time. The resources added or removed do not change the vector definition and are, therefore, temporary. The command returns a table that lists the start and end times of each resource transfer and the amount of resources transfered....
 miser_qinfo(1) -- query information on miser queues, queue resource status, and list of jobs scheduled against a queue
    The miser_qinfo command is used to retrieve information about the free resources of a queue, the names of all miser queues, and to query all jobs currently scheduled against a particular queue.
 miser_reset(1) -- reset miser with a new configuration file
    The miser_reset command is used to force a running version of miser to use a new configuration file (the format of the configuration file is detailed in miser(4) ). The new configuration will succeed if and only if all currently scheduled jobs can be successfully scheduled against the new configuration. If the attempt at creating a new configuration fails, then miser(1) retains the old configuration. The miser_reset will fail if the requested new miser configuration oversubscribes the resources ...
 miser_submit(1) -- submit a job to a miser queue
    The miser_submit command is used to submit a job (the command) to a miser(1) queue. A job is an application that will be scheduled by miser. Any application that does not change its session ID or change its process group ID can be submitted to a miser queue. For an application to be properly submitted to a miser(1) queue, it needs to specify its resource schedule. A resource schedule is a list of resource specifications, called segments, that define the resource requirements of a particular job....
 mkalias(1) -- NIS mail alias tool
    mkalias is a program used by ypmake(1M) to convert the NIS mail.aliases map into an inverse map of back to . PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 mkboottape(1) -- make a boot tape filesystem
    mkboottape is used to build, list, or extract "boot tape filesystems". Booting from tape is no longer supported. However, the tape filesystem format is still used in the sa file used in booting from CDROM. A tape filesystem consists of a special directory that contains the list of filenames, sizes, and offsets, and from one to 20 files. Filenames can be up to 16 characters in length. The following options are understood: -l List the contents of the boot tape. In this case the file arguments ar...
 mkbsdnetpr(1) -- provide access to a remote printer using the BSD printing protocols
    mkbsdnetpr provides access on a local machine to a printer that is connected to a networked remote machine. The BSD printing protocols are used to communicate with the remote machine. mkbsdnetpr can be run either interactively or in batch mode. mkbsdnetpr will run interactively if any or all of its command line arguments have not been specified. mkbsdnetpr will prompt for any missing command line arguments. local printer name is the name you wish to give the printer on your machine (see lpadmin ...
 mkcentpr(1) -- install a parallel (Centronics) interface System V printer
    mkcentpr installs a printer with a parallel interface for use with the System V printer spooling system. mkcentpr is an interactive installation program that will display available options and prompt for the relevant installation parameters. You must be root to execute mkcentpr. The program first asks for the name you wish to give the printer. This name must be no more than fourteen characters. See lpadmin(1M) for more information on naming printers. After entering a name for the printer, the pr...
 mkdepend(1) -- compute header file dependencies
    Mkdepend infers make(1) dependencies from source containing C #include directives. It invokes cc(1) with the -M option to compile dependencies given a list of source files, and edits the generated dependency information into depfile, which may be a makefile or a make include file. The -c option substitutes compiler, which may be an elaborate, quoted invocation of a compiler, for the default cc -M. This option is useful in an environment where the -D and -I options of cc are used to govern header...
 mkdir(1) -- make directories
    mkdir creates the specified directories in mode 777 [possibly altered by umask(1)]. Standard entries in a directory, ., for the directory itself, and .., for its parent are made automatically. mkdir cannot create these entries by name. Creation of a directory requires write permission in the parent directory. The owner ID and group ID of the new directories are set to the process's real user ID and group ID, respectively. The mkd...
 mkf2c(1) -- generate FORTRAN-C interface routines
    mkf2c is used to generate assembly-language routines to provide greater flexibility when calling a C function from a FORTRAN routine. Mkf2c accepts as input a set of C functions, and produces an assemblylanguage interface routine in the output file. If the input and output files are not specified, mkf2c reads from stdin and writes to stdout. The input may be a copy of the actual C file being interfaced, perhaps filtered by the program extcentry(1). The output of mkf2c is an assembly-language (.s...
 mkfifo(1) -- make FIFO special file
    mkfifo creates the FIFO special files named by its argument list. The arguments are taken sequentially, in the order specified; and each FIFO special file is either created completely or, in the case of an error or signal, not created at all. For each path argument, the mkfifo command behaves as if the function mkfifo [see mkfifo(2)] was called with the argument path set to path and the mode set to the bitwise inclusive OR o...
 mkfile(1) -- create a file
    mkfile creates one or more files. The file is padded with zeroes by default. The default size is in bytes, but it can be flagged as kilobytes, blocks, megabytes, or gigabytes with the k, b, m, or g suffixes, respectively.
 X11/mkfontdir(1) -- create an index of X font files in a directory
    For each directory argument, mkfontdir reads all of the font files in the directory searching for properties named "FONT", or (failing that) the name of the file stripped of its suffix. These are converted to lower case and used as font names, and, along with the name of the font file, are written out to the file "fonts.dir" in the directory. The X server and font server use "fonts.dir" to find font files. The kinds of font files read by mkfontdir depend on configuration parameters, but ty...
 mkfp(1) -- construct a FAT (MSDOS) or HFS (MACINTOSH) filesystem
    mkfp is a formatting/partitioning utility that can be used to create DOS and HFS file systems on devices such as floppy, floptical, SuperDisk (LS-120), SyQuest, Jaz, Zip and hard drives. It also works on PC Cards. mkfp is capable of creating single DOS partitions on floppies and floptical disks as well as multiple DOS partitions on other forms of media. On the other hand, mkfp can only create single HFS partitions spanning entire disks. mkfp can NOT be used to manipulate existing partitions on d...
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