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 apply(1) -- apply a command to a set of arguments
    apply runs the named command on each argument arg in turn. Normally, arguments are chosen singly; the optional number n specifies the number of arguments to be passed to command. If n is zero, command is run without arguments once for each arg. Character sequences of the form %d in command, where d is a digit from 1 to 9, are replaced by the dth following unused arg. If any such sequences occur, n is ignored and the number of arguments passed to command is the maximum value of d in command. The ...
 X11/appres(1) -- list X application resource database
    The appres program prints the resources seen by an application (or subhierarchy of an application) with the specified class and instance names. It can be used to determine which resources a particular program will load. For example, % appres XTerm will list the resources that any xterm program will load. If no application class is specified, the class -AppResTest- is used. To match a particular instance name, specify an instance name explicitly after the class name, or use the normal Xt toolkit ...
 apropos(1) -- locate commands by keyword lookup
    apropos shows which manual sections contain instances of any of the given keywords in their title. Each word is considered separately, and, case of letters is ignored. Words that are parts of other words are considered; thus, when looking for compile, apropos will also find all instances of compiler. Try apropos password and apropos editor If the line starts `name(section) ...' you can do `man section name' to get the documentation for it. Try `apropos format' and then `man 3 printf' to get ...
 ar(1) -- archive and library maintainer
    The archiver (ar) maintains groups of files as a single archive file. Generally, you use this utility to create and update library files that the link editor uses; however, you can use the archiver for any similar purpose. This version of ar produces both 32-bit and 64-bit archives. The 32-bit archive format is defined in the System V Release 4 ABI. The 64-bit archive format is defined in the 64-bit ELF OBJECT File Specification. 32-bit objects and 64-bit objects cannot be mixed in an archive. T...
 aremex(1m) -- array serivces remote execution monitor
    arshell(1), array_services(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 arp(1) -- address resolution display and control
    The arp program displays and modifies the Internet-to-Ethernet address translation tables used by the address resolution protocol (arp(7P)). With no flags, the program displays the current ARP entry for hostname. The host can be specified by name or by number, using Internet dot notation. The arp flags are: -a Display all of the current ARP entries by reading the table from the routing socket. -c Clear all of the current non-permanent ARP entries from the table. -d hostname A superuser can delet...
 array(1) -- execute an array command
    The array command is used to execute the array command specifed by "command args..." on one or more machines in an array and display the resulting output on stdout. An array command is not necessarily the same thing as a UNIX command. It is passed to arrayd(1M), the array services daemon, which is responsible for translating it to an actual UNIX command and executing it on the machines that make up the array. Several array commands are available by default; these are described below. array tak...
 arrayconfig(1m) -- configure a simple array
    arrayconfig is a tool for configuring a simple array of systems. It can perform the following tasks: - Generate an array configuration file (arrayd.conf) containing an array definition for the nodes in a single array. - Distribute an array configuration file to the nodes in an array and activate array services on them. - Update the "array services machine identifier" on the local system or all of the systems in the array that support them. The arrayconfig command itself has several command lin...
 arrayd(1m) -- array services daemon
    arrayd is the array services daemon. It performs several different tasks related to the use of an array of two or more machines, such as: - Allocating global array session handles - Forwarding "array commands" to all of the machines in an array - Maintaining a database of the current array configuration and providing that information to other commands and programs - Determining which processes belong to a particular array session and providing that information to other commands and programs Fo...
 arshell(1) -- remote shell for arrays
    arshell is an array-cognizant variation of the standard rsh(1C) command: it connects to the specified host and executes the specified command. For the purposes of parsing the arshell command line, host (optionally prepended with username) is considered to be the first argument that does not being with the character "-", and command is considered to be the second such argument, as well as all of the arguments following it. arshell copies its standard input to the remote command, the standard ou...
 as(1) -- SGI MIPSpro Assembler
    as is the SGI assembler. It assembles a symbolic assembly language source program, producing an object file in elf format. The SGI assembler support three different Application Binary Interfaces controlled by the options -o32 , -n32 , and -64 (see abi(5) ) As never runs the loader. as always defines the preprocessor symbols: _LANGUAGE_ASSEMBLY, __sgi, __mips, __host_mips, __unix, _MIPSEB, _SYSTYPE_SVR4, _SVR4_SOURCE, _SGI_SOURCE, _MIPS_ISA, _MIPS_SIM, _MIPS_FPSET, _MIPS_SZINT, _MIPS_SZLONG, and ...
 asa(1) -- interpret ASA carriage control characters
    Asa interprets the output of FORTRAN programs that utilize ASA carriage control characters. It processes either the files whose names are given as arguments or the standard input if no file names are supplied. The first character of each line is assumed to be a control character; their meanings are: ' ' (blank) single new line before printing 0 double new line before printing 1 new page before printing + overprint previous line. Lines beginning with other than the above characters are treated ...
 ascheck(1m) -- validate the array services configuration
    ascheck validates the configuration on all the array services daemons known to the local array services daemon. Checks are made to ensure that the various array and machine definitions are consistent with each other, both on the individual servers and with corresponding definitions on the other servers. If any problems are found, they are described in detail and suggestions are provided to correct the situation. It should be noted that ascheck is not a syntax checker for the individual array ser...
 askRestartFm(1) -- utility for restarting the IRIX Interactive Desktop
    The askRestartFm utility restarts the file manager on the desktop background and, if necessary, the icon catalog. Its purpose is to show new application icons immediately, saving the user the trouble of logging out and back in. askRestartFm displays a question dialog asking the user whether to restart fm and iconcatalog. If the user clicks the Now button, then it restarts them immediately. Caveat: All iconviews (dirviews) are closed and must be reopened manually by the user. The existing fm proc...
 assign(1) -- Assigns options for library file open processing
    UNICOS, UNICOS/mk, and IRIX systems
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