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 sysadm/stopppp(1) -- Stop a PPP call.
    Stopppp stops a PPP call of the specified entry name. The call could be started with execppp(1M). -c connName The unique entry name given to this call entry.
 strace(1) -- print STREAMS trace messages
    strace without arguments writes all STREAMS event trace messages from all drivers and modules to its standard output. These messages are obtained from the STREAMS log driver (log(7)). If arguments are provided they must be in triplets of the form mid, sid, level, where mid is a STREAMS module ID number, sid is a sub-ID number, and level is a tracing priority level. Each triplet indicates that tracing messages are to be received from the given module/driver, sub-ID (usu...
 strain(1) -- extract errors from build log files.
    strain is used to extract error messages from a build log. It displays the error and a certain amount of context around it. strain can work on an arbitrary input, but works best with input that has special markers known to strain. For large build logs, strain is an effective tool in determining build success or failure. strain works by folding the log file into 512 character lines and feeding these lines through a nawk(1) script which looks for known error messages patterns. When strain encounte...
 strclean(1) -- STREAMS error logger cleanup program
    strclean is used to clean up the STREAMS error logger directory on a regular basis (for example, by using cron). By default, all files with names matching error.* in /var/adm/streams that have not been modified in the last three days are removed. A directory other than /var/adm/streams can be specified using the -d option. The maximum age ...
 strerr(1) -- STREAMS error logger daemon
    strerr receives error log messages from the STREAMS log driver (log(7)) and appends them to a log file. The error log files produced reside in the directory /var/adm/streams, and are named error.mm-dd, where mm is the month and dd is the day of the messages contained in each log file. The format of an error log message is:
 strings(1) -- find printable strings in an object file or binary
    The strings command looks for ASCII strings in a binary file. A string is any sequence of 4 or more printing characters ending with a newline or a null character, or (if not in XPG4 mode) any non-printing character. strings is useful for identifying random object files and many other things. The following options are available: -a Look everywhere in the file for strings. If this flag is omitted, strings only looks in the initia...
 strip(1) -- remove symbols and relocation bits
    The strip command removes the symbol table (the section named ".symtab", Elf section kind SHT_SYMTAB) and relocation bits ordinarily attached to the output of the assembler and loader. This is useful to save space after a program has been debugged. Unless option -f is given, only objects marked with ELF type ET_EXEC (the type given to main programs) are stripped. See /usr/include/elf.h for the type codes. The effect of the default strip is similar to use of the -s option of ld. Strip recognize...
 stty(1) -- set the options for a terminal
    stty sets certain terminal I/O options for the device that is the current standard input; without arguments, it reports the settings of certain options. In this report, if a character is preceded by a caret (^), then the value of that option is the corresponding CTRL character (e.g., ``^H'' is CTRL-H ; in this case, recall that CTRL-H is the same as the ``backspace'' key.) The sequence ``^''' means that an option has a null value. For example, normally stty -a will report that the value o...
 su(1) -- become superuser or another user
    su allows you to become another user without logging off. The default user name is root (that is, superuser). To use su, you must supply the appropriate password (except as described below). If the password is correct, su executes a new shell with the real and effective user ID set to that of the specified user. The new shell is the program optionally named in the shell field of the specified user's password file entry (see passwd(4)), or /bin/sh if none is specified (see sh(1)). To restore nor...
 suattr(1) -- Execute shell command with specified capabilities at specified MAC label
    suattr allows root to execute a command using the given capabilities set and at the given MAC label. suattr is designed primarily for system initialization, to grant commands executed by startup scripts the privileges they need. To use suattr, the real user id must be 0.
 sulogin(1) -- access single-user mode
    sulogin is automatically invoked by init when the system is first started. It prompts the user to type the root password to enter system maintenance mode (single-user mode) or to type EOF (typically CTRL-d) for normal startup (multi-user mode). sulogin should never be directly invoked by the user.
 sum(1) -- print checksum and block count of a file
    sum calculates and prints a 16-bit checksum for the named file, and also prints the number of blocks in the file. NULL characters (with ASCII value zero) are ignored in computing the checksum. sum is typically used to look for bad spots, or to validate a file communicated over some transmission line. The option -r causes an alternate algorithm to be used in computing the checksum. This alternate algorithm does not ignore NULL characters....
 swap(1) -- swap administrative interface
    swap provides a method of adding, deleting, and monitoring the system swap areas used by the memory manager. The following options are recognized: -a Add the specified swap resource. name is the name of the block special partition, for example, /dev/dsk/dks0d1s1 or a regular file. Files on NFS mounted file systems are also permitted (see Swapping to NFS Files below). low is the offset in 512-byte blocks into the partition/file ...
 sysadm/SwapManager(1) -- view and manage system swap space
    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 a 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 Swap Manager monitors the system...
 swmgr(1) -- software manager
    swmgr is the graphical tool used to install, remove, and browse software distributed by Silicon Graphics. SoftwareManager invokes swmgr with the arguments provided after prompting for the root password if one is necessary. The -f option specifies the location of new software to be installed. The source argument is either a single distribution, or a directory containing one or more distributions. Software distributions are in a format defined by Silicon Graphics and that can be read only by swmgr...
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