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 ping(1) -- send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts
    Ping is a tool for network testing, measurement and management. It utilizes the ICMP protocol's ECHO_REQUEST datagram to elicit an ICMP ECHO_RESPONSE from a host or gateway. ECHO_REQUEST datagrams (``pings'') have an IP and ICMP header, followed by an 8-byte timestamp, and then an arbitrary number of ``pad'' bytes used to fill out the packet. The host can be the name of a host or its Internet address. The options are: -c count Stop after sending (and waiting the specified delay to receive) ...
 pixdump(1) -- print out the tables in SpeedShop instrumented executables
    pixdump prints out the formatted contents of the tables from one or more SpeedShop instrumented executables or DSOs. Options are used to control the printing of the files. -verbose Print detailed information. -perf Print out the contents of the perf section. -graph Print out the contents of the graph section. -binmap Print out the contents of the binmap section. -addrs Print out the contents of the addrs section. -argtrace Print out the contents of the argtrace section. -funcnode Print out the c...
 pixie(1) -- add profiling code to an executable file
    pixie is an object instrumentation tool that can be used to measure code execution frequency in a program for performance analysis. pixie reads an executable program, partitions it into basic blocks, and writes an equivalent program containing additional code that counts the execution of each basic block. (A basic block is a region of the program that can be entered only at the beginning and exited only at the end). Other options allow producing an uninstrumented copy of the executable, with map...
 pixstats(1) -- analyze program execution
    pixie(1), prof(1) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 pl2pm(1) -- Rough tool to translate Perl4 .pl files to Perl5 .pm modules.
    pl2pm is a tool to aid in the conversion of Perl4-style .pl library files to Perl5-style library modules. Usually, your old .pl file will still work fine and you should only use this tool if you plan to update your library to use some of the newer Perl 5 features, such as AutoLoading.
 dmedia/playaifc(1) -- play an AIFF-C (or AIFF) audio sample file
    playaifc parses AIFF-C (and/or AIFF) file(s) containing 8-bit or 16-bit audio sample data (single channel, stereo, or 4-channel) and plays the samples through the audio hardware. playaifc reads the contents of the AIFF/AIFF-C Common and Sound Data chunks, and skips all other chunks. The hardware sample rate is modified, if possible, so that it agrees with the value in the Common chunk. By default, the hardware sample rate will not be modified if another program is using an output audio port at a...
 pmake(1) -- create programs in parallel
    -d what Specify what modules should print debugging information. what is a string of letters from the following set: a, c, d, j, m, s, t, v. Use A or * to print all information. -e Give environment variables precedence over those in the makefile(s). -f makefile Specify a different makefile to read than the standard ``Makefile'' or ``makefile''. If makefile is "-", standard input is read. -h Prints out help information and default values. -i ``Ignore errors'' - ignore non-zero exit status...
 pod2html(1) -- convert .pod files to .html files
    Converts files from pod format (see the perlpod manpage) to HTML format.
 pod2man(1) -- translate embedded Perl pod directives into man pages
    pod2man converts its input file containing embedded pod directives (see the perlpod manpage) into nroff source suitable for viewing with nrof using the man(7) macro set. Besides the obvious pod conversions, pod2man also takes care of func(), func(n), and simple variable references like $foo or @bar so you don't have to use code escapes for them; complex expressions like $fred{'stuff'} will still need to be escaped, though. Other nagging little roffish things that it catches include translatin...
 portmap(1) -- TCP, UDP port to RPC program number mapper
    portmap is a server that converts RPC program numbers into TCP or UDP protocol port numbers. It must be running in order to make RPC calls. When an RPC server is started, it tells portmap what port number it is listening to, and what RPC program numbers it is prepared to serve. When a client wishes to make an RPC call to a given program number, it first contacts portmap on the server machine to determine the port number where RPC packets should be sent. After portmap starts, inetd(1M) can regist...
 dmedia/portstat(1) -- show status of open audio ports
    portstat is a very simple program which dumps the status of all the currently open audio ports on a system. For each open port, it prints, in order: "port," the name of the port as passed to ALopenport; "pid," the ID of the process that opened the port; "rbid," the internal ID of the sample queue; "AL v," the version of the Audio Library which was used to open the port; "type," the type of the port (input or output); "nchans," the number of channels in the port's sample queue; "fil...
 powerdown(1) -- stop all processes and halt the system
    This command brings the system to a state where nothing is running so the power can be turned off. By default, the user is asked questions that control how much warning the other users are given. The options: -y prevents the questions from being asked and just gives the warning messages. There is a 60 second pause between the warning messages. -Y is the same as -y except it has no pause between messages. It is the fastest way to bring the system down....
 ppp(1) -- Point-to-Point Protocol
    PPP is a standard protocol for transmitting network data over point-topoint links using synchronous modems, asynchronous modems, or ISDN links. It can be used to transfer data between applications which are using TCP/IP or UDP/IP. The ppp program is used to connect to a remote machine. It does everything necessary to permit network data to reach the modem or ISDN line, and to connect the TTY port to the rest the network system. It does things that are done by ifconfig(1M) for other network inter...
 sysadm/PppManager(1) -- PPP Manager
    Managers display information about your system and provide access to interactive guides (also called tasks) that let you administer your system. For example, the User Manager displays a list of the user accounts currently on the system and gives you access to guides like "Add a User Account" and "Modify a User Account". In the Manager window, you can open a guide by choosing its name from the Task menu or by clicking its button at the bottom of the window. The PPP manager displays a list of ...
 pppstat(1) -- Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Status
    pppstat displays the current status of PPP links. Both configuration values (e.g. IP addresses, protocols, and packet sizes) and operational values (e.g. recent compression performance, corrupted packets, and current links in the multilink bundle) are displayed. The options are: -n display numbers instead of names. -u unit display the stat of PPP unit unit instead of the first active unit. -i interval refresh the screen every interval seconds instead of once per second. -m d|r|z display using d ...
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