Most Solaris system administrators and power users rely on electronically published man pages as their command reference -- but these pages are written by a diverse, eclectic set of engineers, and rarely edited sufficiently to serve the needs a broad range of readers. The Solaris 8 System Administrator's Reference Guide gives every Solaris user fast access to all the information they need to get results quickly. The Solaris 8 System Administrator's Reference Guide starts with a convenient cross-reference and list of tasks that points users to all the related commands they may need to perform tasks such as printing, file system management, system status, editing, or shell programming. Next, it provides comprehensive descriptions, examples, and reference tables for nearly 400 Solaris commands. The Solaris 8 Reference Guide contains more than 1,300 pages of rock-solid information that's never been delivered with more clarity, or organized for greater accessibility. For every Solaris user, system administrator or programmer who needs a convenient, practical, well-organized reference to Solaris commands.
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IntroductionThe Solaris 8 System Administrator's Reference is your complete alphabetic reference to all of the manual pages in Section 1M of the online reference documentation for the Solaris 8 release.This chapter provides a quick reference to the contents of this book by functional grouping. The commands are grouped alphabetically within their installation package categories and list the number for the first page of each command. Within the "Core Solaris (Usr)" category, the commands are grouped by function. Commands that have been revised in the Solaris 8 release are marked with an asterisk (*). Commands that are new in the Solaris 8 release are marked with a New icon in the margin.AnswerBook2 Documentation Server (SUNWab2u)ab2admin*Command-line interface for AnswerBook2® administration. ab2regsvr*Register an AnswerBook2 document server with FNS (Federated Naming Service). answerbook2_admin Start AnswerBook2 administration tool GUI. Authentication Management Infrastructure (SUNWami)amiservAMI keyserver. Automated Security Enhancement Tools (SUNWast)aset*Monitor or restrict access to system files and directories. aset.restoreRestore system files to their content before ASET is installed. taskstatPrint ASET tasks status. BOOTP/DHCP Server Services (Usr) (SUNWdhcsu)dhcpconfig*Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol service configuration command. dhtadm*DHCP configuration table management command. in.dhcpd*DHCP server. pntadm*DHCP network table management command. Buttons/Dials Header Files (SUNWdialh)bdconfigConfigure the bd (buttons and dials) stream. Configuration Files for Open Card Framework (SUNWocfr)ocfservOCF server. smartcardConfigure and administer a smartcard. Core Architecture (Root) (SUNWcar)kadbKernel debugger. kernelUNIX® system executable file containing basic operating system services. obpsymKernel symbolic debugging for OpenBoot? firmware. Core Architecture (Root) (64-bit) (SUNWcarx)kernelUNIX system executable file containing basic operating system services. Core Software for a Specific Hardware Platform Group (SUNWkvm.u)cfgadm_acEXX00 memory system administration. cfgadm_pciConfiguration administration command for PCCI Hot Plug. cfgadm_sysctrlEXX00 system board administration. cg14configConfigure the SX/CG14 graphics accelerator device. sxconfigConfigure contiguous memory for the SX video subsystem. Core Solaris (Usr) (64-bit) (SUNWcsxu)crashExamine system images. lockstatReport kernel lock statistics. setunameChange system information. sysdefOutput system definition. Core Solaris Libraries (32-bit SUNWcsl) (64-bit SUNWcslx)cfgadm_scsiSCSI hardware-specific commands for cfgadm. Core Solaris (Shared Libs) (SUNWcsl)dhcpagent*Daemon for client Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). dumpadmConfigure operating system crash dump. gettySet terminal type, modes, speed, and line discipline. safService Access Facility. smrshRestricted shell for sendmail. soconfigConfigure transport providers for use by sockets. suloginAccess single-user mode. Core Solaris (Usr) (SUNWcsu)Archiving CommandsddConvert and copy a file. ufsdump*Incremental file-system dump. ufsrestore*Incremental file-system restore. volcopyMake an image copy of file system. volcopy_ufsMake an image copy of a UFS file system. Auditing CommandsauditControl the behavior of the audit daemon. auditconfigConfigure auditing. auditd(1)Audit daemon. auditreduce*Merge and select audit records from audit trail files. audit_startupAudit subsystem initialization script. auditstatDisplay kernel audit statistics. audit_warnAudit daemon warning script. bsmconv, bsmunconvEnable or disable the Basic Security Module (BSM). prauditPrint contents of an audit trail file. Cache File System CommandscachefslogCache file-system logging. cachefspackPack files and file systems in the cache. cachefswssizeDetermine working set size for cachefs. cfsadminAdminister disk space used for caching file systems with the Cache File System (CacheFS). Communication CommandsrwallWrite to all users over a network. wallWrite to all users. Daemonsautomountdautofs mount/unmount daemon. insat*, comsatbiff server. in.fingerd, fingerdRemote user information server. in.ftpd*,
ftpdFile transfer protocol server. in.named, namedInternet domain nameserver. in.ndpdDaemon for IPv6 autoconfiguration. in.rarpd, rarpdDARPA Reverse Address Resolution Protocol server. in.rdisc, rdiskNetwork router discovery daemon. in.rexecd, rexecdRemote execution server. in.ripngdNetwork routing daemon for IPv6. in.rlogind, rlogindRemote login server. in.routed, routedNetwork routing daemon. in.rshd, rshdRemote shell server. in.rwhod*, rwhodSystem status server. in.talkd, talkdServer for talk program. in.telnetd, telnetdDARPA TELNET protocol server. in.tftpd, tftpdInternet Trivial File Transfer Protocol server. in.tnamed, tnamedDARPA trivial nameserver. inetdInternet services daemon. kerbdGenerate and validate Kerberos tickets for kernel RPC. ktkt_warndKerberos warning daemon. listenNetwork listener daemon. lockdNetwork lock daemon. named-bootconfConvert configuration file from BIND 4.8.x or BIND 4.9.x format to a format suitable for BIND 8.1. named-xferAncillary agent for inbound zone transfers. nfsdNFS daemon. nfslogdNFS logging daemon. nscdNameservice cache daemon. rpc.bootparamdbootparamdBoot parameter server. rpc.rstatd, rstatdKernel statistics server. rpc.rusersd, rusersdNetwork username server. rpc.rwalld, rwalldNetwork rwall server. rpc.sprayd, spraydSpray server. rquotadRemote quota server. statdNetwork status monitor. utmpd*utmpx monitoring daemon. Date and Time-Zone CommandsrdateSet system date from a remote host. rtc*Provide all real-time clock and GMT-lag management. zdumpTime-zone dumper. zicTime-zone compiler. Device Management Commandsadd_drvAdd a new device driver to the system. captoinfoConvert a termcap description to a terminfo description. cfgadm*Configuration administration. consadmSelect or display devices used as auxiliary console devices. deallocateDevice deallocation. devattr*Display device attributes. devfreeRelease devices from exclusive use. devfsadmAdministration command for /dev and /devices. devfseventdKernel event notification daemon for devfsadmd. devinfoPrint device-specific information. devlinks*Add /dev entries for miscellaneous devices and pseudodevices. devnmDevice name. devreservReserve devices for exclusive use. disks*Create /dev entries for hard disks attached to the system. dminfoReport information about a device entry in a device maps file. drvconfig*Configure the /devices directory. eeprom*EEPROM display and load command. getdevList devices based on criteria. getdgrpList device groups that contain devices that match criteria. getvolVerify device accessibility. infocmpCompare or print terminfo descriptions. listdgrpList members of a device group. list_devicesList allocatable devices. nddGet and set driver configuration parameters. ports*Create /dev entries and inittab entries for serial lines. putdevEdit device table. putdgrpEdit device group table. rem_drvRemove a device driver from the system. rmtRemote magtape protocol module. sttydefsMaintain line settings and hunt sequences for TTY ports. syncinitSet serial line interface operating parameters. tapes*Create /dev entries for tape drives attached to the system. ticterminfo compiler. Disk Management Commandsclri, dcopyClear inode. df*Display number of free disk blocks and files. duSummarize disk usage. fmthardPopulate VTOC on hard disks. format*Disk partitioning and maintenance command. fsirandInstall random inode generation numbers. installbootInstall bootblocks in a disk partition. DNS CommandsnslookupQuery nameservers interactively. nstestDNS test shell. nsupdateUpdate DNS nameservers. File Management CommandschownChange owner. ffList file names and statistics for a file system. ff_ufsList file names and statistics for a UFS file system. fsckCheck and repair file systems. fsck_cachefsCheck integrity of data cached with CacheFS. fsck_ufsFile-system consistency check and interactive repair. fsdbFile-system debugger. fsdb_ufsUFS file-system debugger. fstypDetermine file-system type. fuserIdentify processes using a file or file structure. labelitList or provide labels for file systems. labelit_hsfsProvide and print labels for HSFS file systems. labelit_ufsProvide and print labels for UFS file systems. link*, unlinkLink and unlink files and directories. lockfsChange or
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