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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       invcutter - Generates a subset inventory file

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       /usr/lbin/invcutter [-d] [-f root-path] [-v version-code]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Enables  debugging.   No  useful  diagnostics are printed.
       Specifies  an  alternate  root  path  for   finding   file
       attribute  information.   Specifies a 3-digit version code
       for use in the version field of the output  records.   The
       default version code is 010.

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The  contents  of  a software product kit for the setld(8)
       command are specified by a  master  inventory  file  whose
       format  is described in the stl_mi(4) reference page.  The
       invcutter command processes a  master  inventory  file  by
       reading  inventory records from standard input and writing
       one record to standard output for each record read.

       The information contained in the output record is  derived
       from the input record and from the file attribute information
 in the file hierarchy rooted in  the  current  directory.

RESTRICTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Input  records  must be sorted in ascending ASCII order on
       the pathname field.

       The invcutter command cannot process input-specified files
       which exist as sockets in the file hierarchy.

       If  an  input-specified file has a link count greater than
       1, all other links to the file must be represented in  the

RETURN VALUES    [Toc]    [Back]

       An  exit status of 0 indicates success.  An exit status of
       1 indicates an error.  See ERRORS.

ERRORS    [Toc]    [Back]

       The program cannot set its working directory to the  pathname
  directory  specified with the -f option.  The errormessage
 provides additional information.   The  nth  input
       record  is  not  in  the  correct  sort  order.  All input
       records must be in ascending ASCII collating  sequence  on
       the  pathname  field.  An error has occurred attempting to
       read  the  attributes  of  filename.   The   error-message
       explains  exactly  what happened.  The file named by pathname
 is a socket.  Sockets are not supported as valid file
       types  for  distribution.   File  pathname  in  the master
       inventory is linked to n files which do not appear in  the
       master  inventory.   Check the inventory for validity with
       the newinv program.  This informational message states how
       many  files  with  unresolved  links  were detected in the
       input inventory.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

       The following command generates inventory records for  the
       master inventory entries in PDS020.mi. Output records contain
 version  fields  set  to  020:  invcutter  -v  020  <

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands:  kits(1), newinv(1)

       Files:  stl_inv(4), stl_mi(4)

       Guide to Preparing Product Kits

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