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System Administration Commands

System Administration Commands

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System Administration Commands Intro(1M)
 NAME
Intro, intro - introduction to maintenance commands andapplication programs
DESCRIPTION
This section describes, in alphabetical order, commands thatare used chiefly for system maintenance and administrationpurposes.Because of command restructuring for the Virtual File Systemarchitecture, there are several instances of multiple manualpages that begin with the same name. For example, themount, pages -mount(1M),mount_cachefs(1M),mount_hsfs(1M),  mount_nfs(1M),mount_tmpfs(1M), andmount_ufs(1M). In each such case the first of the multiple pages describes the syn-tax and options of the generic command, that is, thoseoptions applicable to all FSTypes (file system types). Thesucceeding pages describe the functionality of the FSType-specific modules of the command. These pages list the com-mand followed by an underscore ( _ ) and the FSType to whichthey pertain. Note that the administrator should not attemptto call these modules directly. The generic command providesa common interface to all of them. Thus the FSType-specificmanual pages should not be viewed as describing distinctcommands, but rather as detailing those aspects of a commandthat are specific to a particular FSType.
COMMAND SYNTAX
Unless otherwise noted, commands described in this sectionaccept options and other arguments according to the follow-ing syntax: 
name
[
option
(
s
)] [
cmdarg 
(
s
)]where: 
name
The name of an executable file. 
option
-
noargletter 
(
s
) or,
 
-
argletter 
<>
optarg 
where <> is optional white space. 
noargletter 
A single letter representing an option without anargument. 
argletter 
A single letter representing an option requiringSunOS 5.9 Last change: 01 Mar 2002 1System Administration Commands Intro(1M)an argument. 
optarg 
Argument (character string) satisfying preceding 
argletter 
. 
cmdarg 
Pathname (or other command argument)
not
begin-ning with - or, - by itself indicating the stan-dard input.
 ATTRIBUTES
Seeattributes(5)for a discussion of the attributes listedin this section.
SEE ALSO
DIAGNOSTICS
Upon termination, each command returns 0 for normal termina-tion and non-zero to indicate troubles such as erroneousparameters, bad or inaccessible data, or other inability tocope with the task at hand. It is called variously ``exitcode,'' ``exit status,'' or ``return code,'' and isdescribed only where special conventions are involved.
 NOTES
 
Unfortunately, not all commands adhere to the standard syn-tax.
LIST OF COMMANDS
Name Description GFXconfig(1M)Seepgxconfig(1M) SUNWafb_config(1M)Seeafbconfig(1M) SUNWffb_config(1M)Seeffbconfig(1M) SUNWgfb_config(1M)fbconfig module for configuring Sun XVR-1000 GraphicsAccelerator SUNWifb_config(1M)configure the Sun Expert3D Graphics Accelerator SUNWm64_config(1M)Seem64config(1M)SunOS 5.9 Last change: 01 Mar 2002 2System Administration Commands Intro(1M) Uutry(1M)attempt to contact remote system with debugging on accept(1M)accept or reject print requests acct(1M)overview of accounting and miscellaneous accountingcommands acctadm(1M)configure extended accounting facility acctcms(1M)command summary from process accounting records acctcon(1M)connect-time accounting acctcon1(1M)Seeacctcon(1M)

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