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 OTHERQ(9r) -- STREAMS: Gets a pointer to a module's other queue
    The OTHERQ interface returns a pointer to the other of the two queue structures that make up a STREAMS module or driver. If the queue argument points to the read queue, the OTHERQ interface returns th...
 ovbcopy(9r) -- General: Copies a byte string with a specified limit
    The ovbcopy routine copies n bytes from string b1 to buffer b2. No check is made for null bytes. The address ranges of b1 and b2 can overlap.
 page_size(9v) -- Global Variable: Is the virtual page size
    The page_size global variable is the size of a virtual page on a CPU. A device driver can use this global variable to partition I/O transfers so that they never cross a virtual page boundary. You shou...
 panic(9r) -- General: Causes a system crash
    The panic routine causes a system crash, usually because of fatal errors. It sends to the console terminal and error logger the specified message and, possibly, other system-dependent information (for...
 PHYS_TO_KSEG(9r) -- General: Converts a physical address to a
    The PHYS_TO_KSEG routine converts a kernel physical address to a kernel-unmapped virtual address.
 pmap_extract(9r) -- General: Extracts a physical page address
    The pmap_extract routine extracts the physical page address associated with the specified pmap (physical map) and virt_addr (virtual address) arguments. The virtual address includes the offset within ...
 pmap_kernel(9r) -- General: Returns the physical map handle for the kernel
    The pmap_kernel routine returns the physical map handle for the kernel.
 pmap_set_modify(9r) -- General: Sets the modify bits of the specified physical page
    The pmap_set_modify routine informs the pmap module that the specified physical page was modified through a backdoor mechanism.
 printf(9r) -- General: Write formatted text to some output device
    The printf and uprintf routines are scaled-down versions of the corresponding C library routines. The printf routine prints diagnostic information directly on the console terminal and writes ASCII tex...
 privileged(9r) -- General: Checks for proper privileges
    The privileged routine checks for an appropriate privilege when the security feature is enabled. Use privileged with a privilege number and with the error_code argument set to the constant EPERM to em...
 psignal(9r) -- General: Sends a signal to a process
    The psignal routine posts a signal to the specified process. The posting of a signal causes that signal to be added to the set of pending signals for the specified process. Depending on the state of t...
 pullupmsg(9r) -- STREAMS: Concatenates bytes in a message
    The pullupmsg interface tries to combine multiple data blocks into a single block. The interface concatenates and aligns the first len data bytes of the message pointed to by the message_block_ptr arg...
 putbq(9r) -- STREAMS: Places a message at the head of a queue
    The putbq interface places a message at the beginning of the appropriate section of the message queue. There are always sections for high priority and ordinary messages. If other priority bands are us...
 putctl(9r) -- STREAMS: Puts a control message on a queue
    The putctl interface tests the type argument to make sure a data type was not specified. It then attempts to allocate a message block. The putctl interface fails if a message block cannot be allocated...
 putctl1(9r) -- Puts a control message with a 1-byte parameter on a queue
    Like the putctl interface, the putctl1 interface tests the type argument to make sure a data type was not specified. It then attempts to allocate a message block. In addition, the putctl1 interface ca...
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