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 ssrun(1) -- set up and run a process to collect SpeedShop performance data
    ssrun is used by the SpeedShop performance tools to establish the environment to capture performance data for an executable, and create a process from the executable (or an instrumented version), and then run it. When performance data is collected, it is written to a file whose name is of the form .. where can be 'm' for the master process created by ssrun, 'p' for a process created by a call to sproc(), 'f' for a process created by a call to fork(), 'e...
 ssusage(1) -- run a command, and print out the resources it used
    ssusage is a SpeedShop executable that runs a process from the given command and arguments, and prints out a summary of the resources used during the run. It is used in exactly the same way as time(1), but prints additional information. The usage information is printed to stderr in the form: 1.89 real, 0.04 user, 0.29 sys, 15 majf, 2 minf, 0 sw, 1 rb, 0 wb, 21 vcx, 38 icx 854, mxrss The real, user, and sys fields give the real-time, user-CPU time, and system-CPU time, respectively. majf gives ma...
 sswsextr(1) -- extract working set files from SpeedShop ideal-time experiment
    sswsextr is a script that will determine how many caliper-points were recorded in the given experiment file, and extract working-set files for each consecutive interval for the named DSO and produce a working-set list file, suitable for processing with sscord or ssorder. DSOname may either be the base executable, or any DSO contained in the executable. The experiment file must be from an ideal experiment. Working set files will be named with the convention: ..ws. where ...
 stacker(1) -- robotics control program
    stacker is an administrative utility used to move tapes between a robotic tape library's slots and drive(s). stacker currently supports the Exabyte 10i and 10e, the DLT2500, DLT2500xt, DLT2700, DLT2700xt, DLT4500, DLT4700, the IBM Magstar (3590) and IBM Magstar MP (3570), the SGI DLT7000 autoloader (Minivault), the Fujitsu Computer Products of America (FCPA) M1016/M1017, M2483 and M2488 3480/3490 drives, and all tape robots that conform to the SCSI-2 Medium Changer command set. The device argum...
 sysadm/startautofs(1) -- start autofs deamon.
    Startautofs starts the autofs deamon. "chkconfig autofs on" and "chkconfig nfs on" are executed also. The options in /etc/config/autofs.options and in /etc/auto_master are used when starting the deamon.
 sysadm/startautomount(1) -- start automount deamon.
    Startautomount starts the automount deamon. "chkconfig automount on" and "chkconfig nfs on" are executed also. The options in '/etc/config/automount.options' are used when starting the deamon.
 startdesktop(1) -- open an IRIX Interactive Desktop dirview of home directory
    The startdesktop utility opens a dirview of the user's home directory. It does not restart the file manager (fm(1)) on the desktop background, however. (Compare with the similar /usr/lib/desktop/telldesktop restart command.) The startdesktop program can be launched from the toolchest (Desktop > Access Files > In my Home Directory). Users can also run it from a Unix shell command line. For more information about the entire IRIX Interactive Desktop environment, see the IID(1) man page....
 startgfx(1) -- start/stop the window system
    startgfx turns the windowsystem configuration flag on, and executes the X Display Manager, xdm. stopgfx turns the windowsystem configuration flag off, and terminates the X Display Manager.
 dmedia/startmidi(1) -- start MIDI daemon
    Startmidi initializes the serial ports and links them to the MIDI streams driver. startmidi also reports the names of the MIDI interfaces currently configured. stopmidi removes the specified interface. The following options control the startmidi command: -n name Name of the interface. -d device The actual driver this interface will talk to, either a s...
 sysadm/startnfs(1) -- start nfs deamon.
    Startnfs starts the nfs deamon. "chkconfig nfs on" is executed also.
 X11/startx(1) -- initialize an X session
    NOTE: The startx script supplied with the X11 distribution is a sample designed more as a base for customization than as a finished product. Site administrators are urged to customize it for their site. And to update this manual page when they do! The startx script is a front end to xinit that provides a somewhat nicer user interface for running a single session of the X Window System. It is typically run with no arguments. To determine the client to run, startx first looks for a file called .xi...
 stat(1) -- display stat attributes of named files
    For each argument name, stat(2) that name and display the results. By default, display all the stat(2) attributes. If specific attributes are requested, just display those requested. The options are: -L Use lstat(2) instead. -q Quiet; just print numeric value of displayed attributes, without syntactic sugar, for easier use in shell scripts. -i Show inode number (st_ino). -d Show device (st_dev). -r Show raw device (st_rdev). -l Show link count (st_nlink). -s Show size (st_size). -p Show permissi...
 statd(1) -- network status monitor daemon
    statd is an intermediate version of the status monitor. It implements a simple protocol that allows applications to monitor the status of other machines. lockd(1M) uses statd to detect both client and server failures. statd is started during system initialization if the chkconfig(1M) lockd flag is set on. Applications use RPC to register machines they want monitored by statd. The status monitor maintains a database of machines to track and the corresponding applications to notify of crashes. It ...
 stdump(1) -- dump a file of intermediate-code debugging information
    When compiling for the old 32-bit ABI (-32), the compilers generate an intermediate language which is separated into binary instructions and debugging information, each constituting a separate file. Use stdump to dump a file containing debugging information which was generated by the compilers. stdump writes to the standard output. The organization of the output is simple but the details of the output are complicated. The detailed output is be defined here. The output of stdump is subject to cha...
 sysadm/stopisdnd(1) -- kill the ISDN deamon.
    Stopisdnd kills the ISDN deamon.
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