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 sysadm/xlvCreateLV(1) -- creates a new xlv logical volume
    xlvCreateLV invokes xlv_make to configure the indicated disk partition(s) into a new xlv logical volume. The name of the newly created volume is written to standard output. This privcmd is not intended to be called from the command line. xlv_make provides a more interactive interface for creating xlv objects, including logical volumes.
 sysadm/xlvDelete(1) -- deletes an xlv object
    xlvDelete invokes xlv_mgr to delete the specified xlv object
 sysadm/xlvExtend(1) -- extend an xlv volume
    xlvExtend adds another partition to a logical volume and then grows the filesystem on it. The data already on the logical volume remains intact, but any information previously on the partition that is being added will be destroyed. This command calls xlv_make(1M) to make the new partition into a volume, xlv_mgr(1M) to add the volume element to the logical volume, and xfs_growfs(1M) to grow the filesystem onto the new volume. This privcmd is not intended to be called from the command line. xlv_ma...
 sysadm/xlvShow(1) -- shows information about xlv configuration and objects
    xlvShow invokes xlv_mgr to display all known XLV objects by name and type using xlv_mgr's show all option.
 xlv_admin(1) -- modifies XLV logical volume objects and their disk labels
    xlv_admin has been replaced by xlv_mgr.
 xlv_assemble(1) -- initialize logical volume objects from disk labels
    xlv_assemble scans all the disks attached to the local system for logical volume labels. It assembles all the available logical volumes and generates a configuration data structure. xlv_assemble also creates the device nodes for all XLV volumes in /dev/xlv and /dev/rxlv. The kernel is then activated with the newly created configuration data structure. If necessary, xlv_assemble also asks the xlv_plexd(1M) daemon to perform any necessary plex revives. xlv_assemble is automatically run on system s...
 xlv_labd(1) -- logical volume daemons
    xlv_labd, xlv_plexd, and xlvd are logical volume daemons. xlv_labd and xlv_plexd reside in user process space and xlvd resides in kernel process space. The XLV label daemon, xlv_labd, is a user process that writes logical volume disk labels. It is normally started during system restart. Upon startup, xlv_labd immediately calls into the kernel to wait for an action request from the kernel daemon, xlvd. When an action request comes, xlv_labd processes it and updates the appropriate volume disk lab...
 xlv_make(1) -- create logical volume objects
    xlv_make creates new logical volume objects by writing logical volume labels to the devices that are to constitute the volume objects. A volume object can be an entire volume, a plex, or a volume element. xlv_make allows you to create objects that are not full volumes so that you can maintain a set of spares. xlv_make supports the following command line options: -c cmdstring Command line option. Causes xlv_make to go into command line mode and use cmdstring as the command input. Multiple instanc...
 xlv_mgr(1) -- administers XLV logical volume objects and their disk labels
    xlv_mgr displays and modifies existing XLV objects (volumes, plexes, volume elements, and XLV disk labels). xlv_mgr can operate on XLV volumes even while they are mounted and in use. xlv_mgr supports the following command line options: -r root Use root as the root directory. This is used in the miniroot when / is mounted as /root. -c cmdstring Command line option. Causes xlv_mgr to go into command line mode and use cmdstring as the command input. Multiple instances of -c are accumulated. -v Verb...
 xlv_set_primary(1) -- set the primary plex of a logical volume
    xlv_set_primary finds the XLV volume and plex to which device_name belongs and makes that plex the active copy. All the other plexes that belong to this volume are marked stale. This causes all of the plexes in this volume to be synchronized to the contents of the active plex when the volume is later assembled by xlv_assemble(1M). xlv_set_primary is designed for use during the miniroot when only a single plex of the volume is running. Making that plex the primary plex of the volume ensures that ...
 xlv_shutdown(1) -- shut down XLV volumes
    xlv_shutdown is used to gracefully shut down (``disassemble'') logical volumes after their corresponding filesystems have been unmounted. It is called by /etc/umountfs, which is called by /etc/inittab at system shutdown time. xlv_shutdown typically does not need to be explicitly invoked. xlv_shutdown gets the XLV volumes from the kernel and cleanly shuts them down. This ensures that all the plexes in a volume are in sync so that they do not need to be revived when restarted. After a volume has...
 X11/xmag(1) -- magnify parts of the screen
    The xmag program allows you to magnify portions of an X screen. If no explicit region is specified, a square with the pointer in the upper left corner is displayed indicating the area to be enlarged. The area can be dragged out to the desired size by pressing Button 2. Once a region has been selected, a window is popped up showing a blown up version of the region in which each pixel in the source image is represented by a small square of the same color. Pressing Button1 in the enlargement window...
 X11/xman(1) -- Manual page display program for the X Window System
    Xman is a manual page browser. This is international version to browse manual written in various languages. Although this manual is written in English, an user can change any English menu label below to that one written in other language. The default size of the initial xman window is small so that you can leave it running throughout your entire login session. In the initial window there are three options: Help will pop up a window with on-line help, Quit will exit, and Manual Page will pop up a...
 X11/xmessage(1) -- display a message or query in a window (X-based /bin/echo)
    Xmessage displays a window containing a message from the command line, a file, or standard input. Along the lower edge of the message is row of buttons; clicking the left mouse button on any of these buttons will cause xmessage to exit. Which button was pressed is returned in the exit status and, optionally, by writing the label of the button to standard output. Xmessage is typically used by shell scripts to display information to the user or to ask the user to make a choice....
 X11/xmh(1) -- send and read mail with an X interface to MH
    The xmh program provides a graphical user interface to the MH Message Handling System. To actually do things with your mail, it makes calls to the MH package. Electronic mail messages may be composed, sent, received, replied to, forwarded, sorted, and stored in folders. xmh provides extensive mechanism for customization of the user interface. This document introduces many aspects of the Athena Widget Set....
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