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 stl_image(4) -- setld software subset image data files (*.image)
    Each software product that is distributed for installation with the setld utility has an associated image data file (prodcode.image) created by the kits utility, where prodcode is the unique three-cha...
 stl_inv(4) -- setld inventory file format (*.inv)
    Each software subset that is distributed for installation by the setld utility has an associated inventory file (subsetname.inv) created by the kits utility, for example: OATODB100.inv. The inventory ...
 stl_key(4) -- setld kit manufacturing key files (*.k)
    Each software product that is distributed for installation by the setld utility has an associated key file. The key file's name consists of the unique three-letter product code and a three-digit vers...
 stl_mi(4) -- Software distribution master inventory files (*.mi)
    Each software product that is distributed for installation by the setld utility has an associated master inventory file. The master inventory file's name consists of the unique three-letter product c...
 stl_scp(4) -- Subset control program conventions for the setld utility (*.scp)
    Each software subset that is distributed for installation by the setld utility can have an associated subset control program file (subsetname.scp), for example: OATODB100.scp. A subset control program...
 stl_sts(4) -- setld subset status file
    The setld utility generates a subset status file, subset.sts, before installing each subset. This file describes the software subset's installation status, reflecting the success or failure of specif...
 streamadm(4) -- Defines configuration information about a STREAMS module or driver
    The streamadm structure defines additional configuration information for a STREAMS module or driver. The operating system configuration procedure uses this structure in addition to the traditional str...
 strsetup.conf(4) -- Configuration file for STREAMS drivers
    The /etc/strsetup.conf file is the configuration file for STREAMS drivers. The strsetup.conf file specifies one or more character special files (or nodes) to be created when a STREAMS driver is config...
 svc.conf(4) -- Database service selection configuration file
    This file is obsolete, except for statically-built applications and sendmail, if the Name Service Switch is installed. See nsswitch.conf(5) for more information. The /etc/svc.conf file is a mandatory ...
 sysconfigtab(4) -- Configurable subsystem definition database file
    The sysconfigtab file contains initial values for the attributes of subsystems that can be dynamically configured. The information in the sysconfigtab file is loaded into an in-memory kernel database ...
 syslog.auth(4) -- authorization file for accepting remote syslog messages
    The /etc/syslog.auth file specifies which remote hosts are allowed to forward syslog messages to the local host. For the sake of security, only messages coming from remote hosts listed in the local /e...
 syslog.conf(4) -- syslogd configuration file
    The /etc/syslog.conf file is a system file that enables you to configure or filter events that are to be logged by syslogd. You can specify more than one facility and its severity level by separating ...
 syslog_evm.conf(4) -- EVM syslog subscription configuration file
    The syslog_evm.conf file is a text file that specifies what syslog messages will be forwarded from the syslog daemon to the Event Manager, EVM,in the form of EVM events. Those syslog messages are post...
 Systems(4) -- Contains information about remote systems that can be contacted using the uucp program.
    The /usr/lib/uucp/Systems file contains an entry for each remote system that the local system can communicate with using uucp. The uucp program cannot establish a connection with a remote system unles...
 tar(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 ...
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