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 cfgmgr_set_status(9r) -- General: Reports failure to the cfgmgr framework
    The cfgmgr_set_status routine reports to the cfgmgr framework that a failure has occurred during static configuration. If the specified device driver is in the static configuration state, it does not ...
 cfg_attr_t(9s) -- General: Contains information for managing the loading and unloading of kernel modules
    The cfg_attr_t data structure contains information for managing the configuring and unconfiguring of kernel modules. The cfgmgr framework passes a pointer to this data structure to the kernel module'...
 cfg_configure(9r) -- General: Loads and configures a kernel subsystem
    The cfg_configure routine is used to configure a subsystem. If the subsystem is not loaded into the kernel, this routine loads the subsystem. The routine then configures the subsystem using the attrib...
 cfg_query(9r) -- General: Determines the values of selected subsystem attributes
    The cfg_query( ) routine obtains information about a list of subsystem attributes. You can obtain information about one or more attributes. When your application calls the cfg_query( ) routine, it pas...
 cfg_reconfigure(9r) -- General: Reconfigures the attribute values for a kernel subsystem
    The cfg_reconfigure( ) routine is used to modify attribute values for a subsystem. The modifications made by this routine take effect immediately because they are made to the in-memory copy of the sub...
 cfg_subsysop(9r) -- Kernel routine used to perform subsystemdefined operations
    The cfg_subsysop( ) routine performs a subsystem defined operation. The semantics of the operation are defined by the subsystem and implemented in the subsystem's configure routine.
 cfg_subsys_attr_t(9s) -- General: Contains attribute information for kernel modules
    The cfg_subsys_attr_t data structure contains information that kernel modules use to describe a variety of attributes. Kernel module writers declare and initialize an array of cfg_subsys_attr_t data s...
 cfg_unconfigure(9r) -- General: Unconfigures a kernel subsystem
    The cfg_unconfigure kernel routine is used to unconfigure a subsystem. If the subsystem is not configured into the kernel, this routine returns an error. If subsystem is sucessfully unconfigured, the ...
 clear_wait(9r) -- General: Clears the wait condition
    The clear_wait routine clears the wait condition for the specified kernel thread and starts executing the kernel thread, if appropriate. If the kernel thread is interruptible and is still waiting for ...
 contig_free(9r) -- General: Frees a block of memory previously allocated by contig_malloc
    The contig_free routine frees the memory allocated in a previous call to contig_malloc. If the memory came from the saved memory pool, contig_free puts it back in the saved memory pool; otherwise, the...
 contig_malloc(9r) -- General: Allocates physically contiguous memory
    The contig_malloc routine allocates physically contiguous memory during the boot process (before single-user mode). The routine carves out an area of physically contiguous memory from a contiguous mem...
 copyb(9r) -- STREAMS: Copies a message block
    The copyb interface allocates a new message block and copies into it the data from the block pointed to by the message block (the message_block argument). The new message block is at least as large as...
 copyin(9r) -- General: Copies data from a user address space to a kernel address space
    The copyin routine copies a specified amount of data from the unprotected user address space to the protected kernel address space.
 copyinstr(9r) -- General: Copies a null-terminated string from a user address space to a kernel address space
    The copyinstr routine copies a specified null-terminated string from the unprotected user address space to a specified address in the protected kernel address space.
 copymsg(9r) -- STREAMS: Copies a message to a new message
    The copymsg interface: Forms a new message by allocating new message blocks Copies (by calling the copyb interface) the contents of the message referred to by the message_block argument Returns a poin...
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