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 ogated.conf(4) -- Contains configuration information for the ogated daemon
    The /etc/ogated.conf file contains configuration information that is read by the ogated daemon at initialization time. This file contains stanzas that control tracing options, select routing protocols...
 olar.config(4) -- Online Addition and Removal policy configuration files
    The olar.config and olar.config.common files provide userdefinable policy settings that control the behavior of the Automatic Deallocation Facility. The Automatic Deallocation Facility will attempt to...
 olar.config.common(4) -- Online Addition and Removal policy configuration files
    The olar.config and olar.config.common files provide userdefinable policy settings that control the behavior of the Automatic Deallocation Facility. The Automatic Deallocation Facility will attempt to...
 Old(4) -- Contains the combined uucp program log files
    The /usr/spool/uucp/.Old directory contains the combined uucp program log files. The uucp program creates log files of the activities of the uucico and uuxqt daemons in the /usr/spool/uucp/.Log direct...
 passwd(4) -- Password files
    A passwd file is a file consisting of records separated by newline characters, one record per user, containing seven colon (:) separated fields. These fields are as follows: User's login name. The de...
 patterns(4) -- Patterns for use with internationalization tools
    The patterns file contains the patterns that must be matched for the internationalization tools extract, strextract, and strmerge. The pattern file in the following example is the default patterns fil...
 pax(4) -- Archive file format
    The cpio, pax, and tar commands dump several files into one, in a medium suitable for transportation. This file is often referred to as a tar file, or tar tape, since it was originally designed to be ...
 pdsc(4) -- Defines structures describing procedures conforming to the Calling Standard for Alpha Systems .
    The pdsc.h header file defines two basic data structures: the code range descriptor (crd) and the run-time procedure descriptor (rpd). Code range descriptors associate a contiguous sequence of address...
 Permissions(4) -- Contains information about the permissions that remote computers have with respect to login, file ac...
    The /usr/lib/uucp/Permissions file contains information about the ways in which the remote computers listed in the Systems file are allowed to carry out uucico and uuxqt transactions with a local syst...
 phones(4) -- File containing the remote host phone number database
    This file is normally unreadable, and so may contain privileged information. The format of the file is a series of lines of the form: systemname phone-number where systemname is defined in the /etc/re...
 Poll(4) -- Contains information specifying when the UNIX-toUNIX Copy Program (UUCP) should poll designated remo...
    The /usr/lib/uucp/Poll file contains information for polling remote computers. Each entry in the Poll file contains the name of a remote computer to call, followed by a character, and a sequence...
 prestotab(4) -- Lists the file systems for Prestoserve to accelerate
    The /etc/prestotab file contains descriptive information about the mounted file systems whose I/O will be automatically accelerated with Prestoserve when the system starts up. This file is created by ...
 printcap(4) -- Printer capability data base
    The printcap file is used to describe printer characteristics. The format of the printcap file is a simplified version of the /etc/termcap database format. The lpd line printer daemon accesses the /et...
 proc(4) -- The process (/proc) file system and associated ioctl requests
    The /proc file system is layered beneath the Virtual File System (VFS). It is a pseudo-file system that occupies no disk space. The /proc pseudo-file system appears to contain files, but these are act...
 processor_sets(4) -- Collections of processors
    A processor set is a collection of processors. When a processor set is first created, it does not contain any processors. You can add processors to a processor set, remove processors from a processor ...
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