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 rstatd(1) -- kernel statistics server
    rstatd is an rpc(4) server that returns performance statistics obtained from the kernel. The rstatd daemon is normally invoked by inetd(1M).
 rsvpd(1) -- Resource ReSerVations Protocol daemon
    Rsvpd is a daemon program that uses the RSVP resource reservation protocol to set up reservation state in hosts and routers. It supports an API that allows applications to make reservation requests. It includes an adaptation module to the admission control and traffic control mechanisms provided by the output device drivers in the kernel. rsvpd contains a SNMP agent, called rsvpd-snmpagent. The rsvpd-snmpagent allows SNMP managers to read all RSVP and Integrated Service MIB variables, and to wri...
 rsvpd-snmpagent(1) -- Silicon Graphics RSVP & IntSrv SNMP Agent
 rsvpeep(1) -- display multicast RSVP state
    The RSVP daemon rsvpd is capable of multicasting UDP packets containing diagnostic information (a summary of its internal state) periodically and whenever the state changes. Rsvpeep is a command-line program to receive and display this state. By default rsvpeep will display state from all nodes. However, if one or more node_ID parameters occur, rsvpeep will display only the state from the specified node(s). A node_ID is the first component of the DNS name of a node....
 rsvpfilter(1) -- select which sessions of RSVP debugging output are displayed
    Rsvpfilter selects which RSVP messages are selected according to the IP address. In the normal operation of rsvpd, all debugging messages of all sessions are logged as requested by the debugging mask and debugging level. Filter allows a user to request that messages of only specific sessions specified by IP address are logged. By default, rsvpd has filtering turned off. The on and off options turn filtering on and off respectively. When filtering is on, IP addresses to filter on can be added and...
 rsync(1) -- synchronize files with their latest RCS revisions
    Rsync synchronize RCS working files with the top revisions in their version files. The option -v causes more verbose output. If given twice, each directory name is printed as it is encountered. The option -rrcsdir specifies the name of RCS subdirectories. The default is "RCS". The option -ccmd causes cmd to be used instead of the default co. The option -R causes rsync to descend and synchronize the entire subtree below each specified directory. For each RCS file discovered, if the correspondin...
 rtap(1) -- real-time application program
    Rtap is an interactive test program that drives the RSVP daemon through the RSVP API. Rtap may be used either as a standalone application, or it may be linked directly into the RSVP daemon. Rtap repeatedly displays the command prompt >, and executes each command as it is entered. For the standalone version, -f parameter will execute a stream of commands from the file file_name; at the end of that file, rtap will enter interactive mode. This man page describes the rtap program included with Relea...
 rtmon-client(1) -- client for collecting real-time event data from rtmond
    rtmon-client connects to the rtmond daemon running on the machine hostname and collects event data for one or more CPUs. This event data can be displayed by programs such as par(1), rtmon-dump(1), and the optional IRIXview(1) product. If event collection is done for an unspecified period of time (see the -t option below) then rtmon-client will collect event data until it is interrupted.
 rtmon-dump(1) -- dump the contents of events collect from rtmond
    rtmon-dump prints binary event data collected from an rtmond(1) server process using rtmon-client(1) or padc(1). Data can be read from a file or from the standard input. By default, rtmon-dump displays all interesting events found in a file using the same format as par(1). Various options are provided for filtering which events are printed and how they are displayed.
 rtmon-run(1) -- enable system call event tracing
    rtmon-run is used in conjuction with rtmon-client(1) to collect system call and context switch events from a remote machine. rtmon-run marks one or more processes for system call and context switch event tracing and then pauses waiting for an interrupt or a time limit to expire. If no processes are specified on the command line, the entire system is monitored. Event collection must be done separately; typically from another machine with the rtmon-client application. rtmon-run must be run on the ...
 rtmond(1) -- system event monitoring daemon
    rtmond is the server process that collects system and user events and dispatches them to clients such as padc(1), IRIXview(1), and rtmon- client(1). In normal operation, rtmond is atomatically started when the system is booted. Only one copy of rtmond can be started per machine. When clients connect to rtmond and request event data, rtmond creates additional children to collect event data from each CPU that event data is being requested for (if such children are not already run...
 rtmpd(1) -- AppleTalk Routing Table Maintenance daemon
    The rtmpd daemon is a host daemon which manages AppleTalk Routing Table Maintenance Protocol (RTMP) requests. It listens on the well-known RTMP and RTMPReq sockets. On machines with one Ethernet interface, it advertises the presence of the local pseudo-network. On machines with more than one interface, rtmpd advertises the networks on the other interfaces. Killing rtmp with a SIGUSR2 will cause it to dump its table of networks in /usr/adm/appletalk/at_log. -D Causes rtmpd to run in the foregroun...
 rtquery(1) -- query routing daemons for their routing tables
    Rtquery is used to query a RIP network routing daemon, routed(1M) or gated(1M), for its routing table by sending a request or poll command. The routing information in any routing response packets returned is displayed numerically and symbolically. Rtquery by default uses the request command. When the -p option is specified, rtquery uses the poll command, an undocumented extension to the RIP specification supported by gated(1M). When querying gated(1M), the poll command is preferred over the Requ...
 run-proclaim(1) -- proclaim initialization, shutdown, and status script
    The run-proclaim shell script is called during system startup from /etc/rc2 to obtain (or verify) an IP address and host configuration parameters. The script is called during system shutdown from /etc/rc0 to gracefully kill the proclaim(1) client. The arguments to run-proclaim are: start Do the following, using the configuration flags described below: o Kill any existing proclaim clients. o Run the proclaim client with the -i option to verify an existing lease if one exists and obtain a new addr...
 runacct(1) -- run daily accounting
    runacct is the main daily accounting shell procedure. It is normally initiated via cron. runacct processes connect, fee, disk, and process accounting files. It also prepares summary files for prdaily or billing purposes. runacct takes care not to damage active accounting files or summary files in the event of errors. It records its progress by writing descriptive diagnostic messages into active. When ...
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