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 sysadm/sabgicons(1) -- list serialized dna for removable media and unused disk icons
    fm(1), bgicons(1), mediad(1m). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 sac(1) -- service access controller
    The Service Access Controller (SAC) is the overseer of the server machine. It is started when the server machine enters multiuser mode. The SAC performs several important functions as explained below. Customizing the SAC environment. When sac is invoked, it first looks for the per-system configuration script /etc/saf/_sysconfig. sac interprets _sysconfig to customize its own environment. The modifi...
 sact(1) -- print current SCCS file editing activity
    sact informs the user of any impending deltas to a named SCCS file. This situation occurs when get(1) with the -e option has been previously executed without a subsequent execution of delta(1). If a directory is named on the command line, sact behaves as though each file in the directory were specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files and unreadable files are silently ignored. If a name of - is given, the standard input is read with each line being taken as the name of an SCCS file to...
 sar(1) -- system activity reporter
    sar, in the first instance, samples cumulative activity counters in the operating system at n intervals of t seconds, where t should be 5 or greater. If the -o option is specified, it saves the samples in file in binary format. The default value of n is 1. In the second instance, with no sampling interval specified, sar extracts data from a previously recorded file, either the one specified by -f option or, by default, the standard system activity daily data file /var/adm/sa/sadd for the current...
 satconfig(1) -- configure the system audit trail to collect particular events
    satconfig is a graphical user interface to saton(2), satoff(2), and satstate(2). It provides equivalent functionality to sat_select(1M). satconfig is fully self documenting. From the right hand corner of the menu bar, choose the help pull down. Choose Help Using Program for a complete explanation of the graphical user interface. Choose Help Choosing Events for one line descriptions of each audit event. SEE ALSO, sat_select(1M), saton(2), satoff(2), satstate(2). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 111...
 satd(1) -- reliably save the system audit trail
    satd saves its input data in the directories and/or files named in its path arguments. When one output path becomes full, satd replaces the current output path with a path that is not full. The method of replacement is configurable with the -r option. The output path is also replaced if satd receives a SIGHUP signal, for instance one sent with a kill -1 command. If an output path becomes nearly full, warnings are displayed to the system console to notify the administrator to move the audit trail...
 satmpd(1) -- Security Attribute Token Mapping Protocol Daemon
    A daemon that implements the Security Attribute Token Mapping Protocol, (SATMP). It is also known as the Token Mapping Daemon.
 sat_echo(1) -- echo standard input into the system audit trail
    sat_echo inserts the data from its standard input into the system audit trail. (Only the first 65535 bytes of standard input are used; the rest are discarded.) Use sat_echo in shell scripts that enforce security policy and must generate audit records.
 sat_interpret(1) -- convert audit records from binary to English
    sat_interpret takes binary audit records from standard input or optionally a file and prints the records to standard output in English. The auditing subsystem was changed with Irix 6.5, and audit records written on Irix 6.5 or later systems are shown in a different format than records that were written under previous release levels of Irix. To illustrate the output format of sat_interpret, the following is an example of an Irix 6.5 audit record: sat_open_ro,Success TIME = (09/23/1998,15:18:18) S...
 sat_reduce(1) -- filter interesting records from the system audit trail
    sat_reduce examines an input stream of binary audit data, selects records that match the criteria specified by its run time arguments, and prints the chosen records in binary to standard output.
 sat_select(1) -- preselect events for the system audit trail to gather
    sat_select directs the system audit trail to collect records of a particular idtype describing certain events and to ignore records describing certain other events. Note that if no idtype is specified, then the events will be default to global event mask. sat_select with no arguments lists the audit events currently being collected. The effect of multiple executions of sat_select is cumulative. The auditable event types are described in the IRIX Admin: Backup, Security, and Accounting. For a bri...
 sat_summarize(1) -- generate statistics on a stream of audit records
    sat_summarize prints a statistical summary of the audit trail to the standard output device. Data is displayed either when end of file is reached on input or when sat_summarize receives the SIGUSR1 signal. Run time options determine the format of the printout and which statistics are presented.
 savecore(1) -- save a crash vmcore dump of the operating system
    savecore is meant to be called by /etc/rc2.d/S48savecore. savecore attempts to save the core dump of the system (assuming one was made) and write a reboot message in the shutdown log. The S48savecore script will save all output files to dirname, which defaults to /var/adm/crash, unless overridden by site-specific command-line options in the file /etc/config/savecore.options. In the event of a software-detectable system crash, one of the last steps that the kernel performs before shutting down is...
 savemap(1) -- saves the current contents of the colormap
    savemap saves the current contents of the colormap in a file. The optional arguments allow a specific portion of the color map to be saved.
 sccs(1) -- front end for the SCCS subsystem
    Sccs is a front end to the SCCS programs that helps them mesh more cleanly with the rest of UNIX. It also includes the capability to run ``set user id'' to another user to provide additional protection. Basically, sccs runs the command with the specified flags and args. Each argument is normally modified to be prepended with ``SCCS/s.''. Flags to be interpreted by the sccs program must be before the command argument. Flags to be passed to the actual SCCS program must come after the command a...
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