Saturday, November 11, 2006

Man-cgi on terminalcult.org

The man command in UNIX and Linux environments give you a manual page about a specific command while you are working in a terminal environment. This can be convenient while working on the terminal however from time to time you might want to explore some commands when you do not have access to a command shell.

Panagiotis Christias created a shell-sed-awk script which converts on the fly the output of the "man" command to HTML named Man-cgi. The university of Alabama installed this on a Sun Solaris. On my website terminalcult.org I created a interface to the Sun machine at UA and parsed the HTML output into the format of the terminalcult website. So now it is possible to explorer the Sun Solaris commands from my website.

I also created a raw index of some of the most used commands. You can find some links below.



 - accept – accept or reject print requests
 - acct – overview of accounting and miscellaneous accounting commands
 - acctadm – configure extended accounting facility
 - acctcms – command summary from process accounting records
 - acctcon – connect-time accounting
 - acctcon1 – connect-time accounting
 - acctcon2 – connect-time accounting
 - acctdisk – overview of accounting and miscellaneous accounting commands
 - acctdusg – overview of accounting and miscellaneous accounting commands
 - acctmerg – merge or add total accounting files
 - accton – overview of accounting and miscellaneous accounting commands
 - acctprc – process accounting
 - acctprc1 – process accounting
 - acctprc2 – process accounting
 - acctsh – shell procedures for accounting
 - acctwtmp – overview of accounting and miscellaneous accounting commands
 - adbgen – generate adb script
 - add_drv – add a new device driver to the system
 - add_install_client – scripts used to install the Solaris software
 - add_to_install_server – scripts used to install the Solaris software
 - addbadsec – map out defective disk blocks
 - afbconfig – configure the AFB Graphics Accelerator
 - aliasadm – manipulate the NIS+ aliases map
 - answerbook2_admin – bring up AnswerBook2 administration tool GUI
 - apache – Apache hypertext transfer protocol server overview
 - arp – address resolution display and control
 - aset – monitors or restricts accesses to system files and directories
 - aset.restore – restores system files to their content before ASET is installed
 - audit – control the behavior of the audit daemon
 - audit_startup – audit subsystem initialization script
 - audit_warn – audit daemon warning script
 - auditconfig – configure auditing
 - auditd – audit daemon
 - auditreduce – merge and select audit records from audit trail files
 - auditstat – display kernel audit statistics
 - automount – install automatic mount points
 - automountd – autofs mount/unmount daemon
 - autopush – configures lists of automatically pushed STREAMS modules
 - bart – basic audit reporting tool
 - bdconfig – configures the bd (buttons and dials) stream
 - boot – start the system kernel or a standalone program
 - bootadm – manage bootability of GRUB-enabled operating system
 - bootconfchk – verify the integrity of a network boot configuration file
 - bootparamd – boot parameter server
 - bsmconv – enable or disable the Basic Security Module (BSM) on Solaris
 - bsmrecord – display Solaris audit record formats
 - bsmunconv – enable or disable the Basic Security Module (BSM) on Solaris
 - busstat – report bus-related performance statistics
 - cachefsd – CacheFS daemon
 - cachefslog – Cache File System logging
 - cachefspack – pack files and file systems in the cache
 - cachefsstat – Cache File System statistics
 - cachefswssize – determine working set size for cachefs
 - captoinfo – convert a termcap description into a terminfo description
 - catman – create the formatted files for the reference manual
 - cfgadm – configuration administration
 - cfgadm_ac – EXX00 memory system administration
 - cfgadm_fp – driver specific commands for cfgadm
 - cfgadm_ib – InfiniBand hardware specific commands for cfgadm
 - cfgadm_pci – PCI, CompactPCI, and PCI Express Hotplug hardware specific commands for cfgadm
 - cfgadm_sata – SATA hardware specific commands specific commands for cfgadm
 - cfgadm_sbd – cfgadm commands for system board administration
 - cfgadm_scsi – SCSI hardware specific commands for cfgadm
 - cfgadm_sysctrl – EXX00 system board administration
 - cfgadm_usb – USB hardware-specific commands for cfgadm
 - cfsadmin – administer disk space used for caching file systems with the Cache File-System (CacheFS)
 - chargefee – shell procedures for accounting
 - chat – automated conversational exchange tool
 - check – scripts used to install the Solaris software
 - check-hostname – check if sendmail can determine the system's fully-qualified host name
 - check-permissions – check permissions on mail rerouting files
 - chroot – change root directory for a command
 - cimworkshop – start the Sun WBEM CIM WorkShop application
 - ckpacct – shell procedures for accounting
 - clear_locks – clear locks held on behalf of an NFS client
 - clinfo – display cluster information
 - closewtmp – overview of accounting and miscellaneous accounting commands
 - clri – clear inode
 - comsat – biff server
 - consadm – select or display devices used as auxiliary console devices
 - conv_lp – convert LP configuration
 - conv_lpd – convert LPD configuration
 - coreadm – core file administration
 - cpustat – monitor system behavior using CPU performance counters
 - cron – clock daemon
 - cryptoadm – cryptographic framework administration
 - cvcd – virtual console daemon
 - datadm – maintain DAT static registry file
 - dcopy – clear inode
 - dcs – domain configuration server
 - dd – convert and copy a file
 - devattr – display device attributes
 - devfree – release devices from exclusive use
 - devfsadm – administration command for /dev
 - devfsadmd – administration command for /dev
 - devinfo – print device specific information
 - devlinks – adds /dev entries for miscellaneous devices and pseudo-devices
 - devnm – device name
 - devreserv – reserve devices for exclusive use
 - df – displays number of free disk blocks and free files
 - df_ufs – report free disk space on ufs file systems
 - dfmounts – display mounted resource information
 - dfmounts_nfs – display mounted NFS resource information
 - dfshares – list available resources from remote or local systems
 - dfshares_nfs – list available NFS resources from remote systems
 - dhcpagent – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) client daemon
 - dhcpconfig – DHCP service configuration utility
 - dhcpmgr – graphical interface for managing DHCP service
 - dhtadm – DHCP configuration table management utility
 - dig – DNS lookup utility
 - directoryserver – front end for the Directory Server (DS)
 - disks – creates /dev entries for hard disks attached to the system
 - diskscan – perform surface analysis
 - dispadmin – process scheduler administration
 - dladm – configure data-link interfaces
 - dmesg – collect system diagnostic messages to form error log
 - dmi_cmd – DMI command line interface utility
 - dmiget – DMI command line retrieval utility
 - dminfo – report information about a device entry in a device maps file
 - dmispd – Sun Solstice Enterprise DMI Service Provider
 - dnssec-keygen – DNSSEC key generation tool
 - dnssec-makekeyset – DNSSEC zone signing tool
 - dnssec-signkey – DNSSEC key set signing tool
 - dnssec-signzone – DNSSEC zone signing tool
 - dodisk – shell procedures for accounting
 - domainname – set or display name of the current domain
 - drvconfig – apply permission and ownership changes to devices
 - dsvclockd – DHCP service lock daemon
 - dtrace – DTrace dynamic tracing compiler and tracing utility
 - dumpadm – configure operating system crash dump
 - editmap – query and edit single records in database maps for sendmail
 - edquota – edit user quotas for ufs file system
 - eeprom – EEPROM display and load utility
 - efdaemon – embedded FCode interpreter daemon
 - embedded_su – allow an application to prompt for credentials and execute commands as the super user or another user
 - etrn – start mail queue run
 - fbconfig – Frame Buffer configuration utility
 - fcinfo – Fibre Channel HBA Port Command Line Interface
 - fdetach – detach a name from a STREAMS-based file descriptor
 - fdisk – create or modify fixed disk partition table
 - ff – list file names and statistics for a file system
 - ff_ufs – list file names and statistics for a ufs file system
 - ffbconfig – configure the FFB Graphics Accelerator
 - fingerd – remote user information server
 - flar – administer flash archives
 - flarcreate – create a flash archive from a master system
 - fmadm – fault management configuration tool
 - fmd – fault manager daemon
 - fmdump – fault management log viewer
 - fmstat – report fault management module statistics
 - fmthard – populate label on hard disks
 - format – disk partitioning and maintenance utility
 - fruadm – prints and updates customer data associated with FRUs
 - fsck – check and repair file systems
 - fsck_cachefs – check integrity of data cached with CacheFS
 - fsck_pcfs – file system consistency check and interactive repair
 - fsck_udfs – file system consistency check and interactive repair
 - fsck_ufs – file system consistency check and interactive repair
 - fsdb – file system debugger
 - fsdb_udfs – udfs file system debugger
 - fsdb_ufs – ufs file system debugger
 - fsirand – install random inode generation numbers
 - fssnap – create temporary snapshots of a file system
 - fssnap_ufs – create a temporary snapshot of a UFS file system
 - fstyp – determine file system type
 - ftpaddhost – set up a virtual FTP host
 - ftpconfig – set up anonymous FTP
 - ftpd – File Transfer Protocol Server
 - ftprestart – restart previously shutdown FTP Servers
 - ftpshut – close down the FTP Servers at a given time
 - fuser – identify users of files and devices
 - fwtmp – manipulate connect accounting records
 - getdev – lists devices based on criteria
 - getdevpolicy – inspect the system's device policy
 - getdgrp – lists device groups which contain devices that match criteria
 - getent – get entries from administrative database
 - gettable – get DoD Internet format host table from a host
 - getty – set terminal type, modes, speed, and line discipline
 - getvol – verifies device accessibility
 - GFXconfig – configure the PGX32 (Raptor GFX) Graphics Accelerator
 - gkadmin – Kerberos database administration GUI, SEAM Administration Tool
 - groupadd – add (create) a new group definition on the system
 - groupdel – delete a group definition from the system
 - groupmod – modify a group definition on the system
 - growfs – non-destructively expand a UFS file system
 - grpck – password/group file checkers
 - gsscred – add, remove and list gsscred table entries
 - gssd – generates and validates GSS-API tokens for kernel RPC
 - halt – stop the processor
 - host – DNS lookup utility
 - hostconfig – configure a system's host parameters
 - htable – convert DoD Internet format host table
 - ickey – install a client key for WAN boot
 - id – return user identity
 - idsconfig – prepare an iPlanet Directory Server (iDS) to be populated with data and serve LDAP clients
 - if_mpadm – change operational status of interfaces within a multipathing group
 - ifconfig – configure network interface parameters
 - ifparse – parse ifconfig command line
 - ikeadm – manipulate Internet Key Exchange (IKE) parameters and state
 - ikecert – manipulates the machine's on-filesystem public-key certificate databases
 - imqadmin – launch the Message Queue administration console
 - imqbrokerd – start a Message Queue broker instance
 - imqcmd – manage Message Queue brokers
 - imqdbmgr – manage a plugged-in JDBC-compliant Message Queue data store
 - imqkeytool – generate a self-signed certificate for secure communication
 - imqobjmgr – manage Message Queue administered objects
 - imqusermgr – command utility for managing a Message Queue user repository
 - in.chargend – UDP or TCP character generator service daemon
 - in.comsat – biff server
 - in.daytimed – UDP or TCP daytime protocol service daemon
 - in.dhcpd – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server
 - in.discardd – UDP or TCP discard protocol service
 - in.echod – UDP or TCP echo protocol service daemon
 - in.fingerd – remote user information server
 - in.ftpd – File Transfer Protocol Server
 - in.iked – daemon for the Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
 - in.lpd – BSD print protocol adaptor
 - in.mpathd – daemon for network adapter (NIC) failure detection, recovery, automatic failover and failback
 - in.named – Internet domain name server
 - in.ndpd – daemon for IPv6 autoconfiguration
 - in.rarpd – DARPA Reverse Address Resolution Protocol server
 - in.rdisc – network router discovery daemon
 - in.rexecd – remote execution server
 - in.ripngd – network routing daemon for IPv6
 - in.rlogind – remote login server
 - in.routed – network routing daemon
 - in.rshd – remote shell server
 - in.rwhod – system status server
 - in.talkd – server for talk program
 - in.telnetd – DARPA TELNET protocol server
 - in.tftpd – Internet Trivial File Transfer Protocol server
 - in.timed – UDP or TCP time protocol service daemon
 - in.tnamed – DARPA trivial name server
 - in.uucpd – UUCP server
 - inetadm – observe or configure inetd-controlled services
 - inetconv – convert inetd.conf entries into smf service manifests, import them into smf repository
 - inetd – Solaris Management Facility delegated restarter for inet services
 - infocmp – compare or print out terminfo descriptions
 - init – process control initialization
 - init.sma – start and stop the snmpd daemon
 - init.wbem – start and stop the CIM Boot Manager
 - inityp2l – create NIS (YP) to LDAP configuration files
 - install – install commands
 - install_scripts – scripts used to install the Solaris software
 - installboot – install bootblocks in a disk partition
 - installer – Solaris Web Start installer utility
 - installf – add a file to the software installation database
 - installgrub – install GRUB in a disk partition or a floppy
 - install-solaris – install the Solaris operating system
 - intrstat – report interrupt statistics
 - iostat – report I/O statistics
 - ipaddrsel – configure IPv6 default address selection
 - ipf – alter packet filtering lists for IP packet input and output
 - ipfs – saves and restores information for NAT and state tables
 - ipfstat – reports on packet filter statistics and filter list
 - ipmon – monitors /dev/ipl for logged packets
 - ipnat – user interface to the NAT subsystem
 - ippool – user interface to the IP Filter pools
 - ipqosconf – configure the IPQoS facility
 - ipsecalgs – configure the IPsec protocols and algorithms table
 - ipsecconf – configure system wide IPsec policy
 - ipseckey – manually manipulate an IPsec Security Association Database (SADB)
 - iscsiadm – enable management of iSCSI initiators
 - kadb – a kernel debugger
 - kadmin – Kerberos database administration program
 - kadmin.local – Kerberos database administration program
 - kadmind – Kerberos administration daemon
 - kcfd – kernel-level cryptographic framework daemon
 - kclient – set up a machine as a Kerberos client
 - kdb5_util – Kerberos Database maintenance utility
 - kdmconfig – configure or unconfigure keyboard, display, and mouse options for OpenWindows and internationalization
 - kernel – UNIX system executable file containing basic operating system services
 - keyserv – server for storing private encryption keys
 - killall – kill all active processes
 - kprop – Kerberos database propagation program
 - kpropd – Kerberos propagation daemon for slave KDCs
 - kproplog – display the contents of the Kerberos principal update log
 - krb5kdc – KDC daemon
 - kstat – display kernel statistics
 - ktkt_warnd – Kerberos warning daemon
 - labelit – list or provide labels for file systems
 - labelit_hsfs – provide and print labels for hsfs file systems
 - labelit_udfs – provide and print labels for udf file systems
 - labelit_ufs – provide and print labels for ufs file systems
 - lastlogin – shell procedures for accounting
 - ldap_cachemgr – LDAP daemon to manage client configuration for LDAP based Network Information Service lookups
 - ldapaddent – create LDAP entries from corresponding /etc files
 - ldapclient – initialize LDAP client machine or output an LDAP client profile in LDIF format
 - link – link and unlink files and directories
 - listdgrp – lists members of a device group
 - listen – network listener daemon
 - llc2_loop – loopback diagnostics to test the driver, adapter and network.
 - localeadm – query and configure locales
 - locator – location indicator control
 - lockd – network lock daemon
 - lockfs – change or report file system locks
 - lockstat – report kernel lock and profiling statistics
 - lofiadm – administer files available as block devices through lofi
 - logadm – manage endlessly growing log files
 - logins – list user and system login information
 - lpadmin – configure the LP print service
 - lpfilter – administer filters used with the LP print service
 - lpforms – administer forms used with the LP print service
 - lpget – get printing configuration
 - lpmove – move print requests
 - lpsched – start the LP print service
 - lpset – set printing configuration in /etc/printers.conf or other supported databases
 - lpshut – stop the LP print service
 - lpsystem – register remote systems with the print service
 - lpusers – set printing queue priorities
 - lu – FMLI-based interface to Live Upgrade functions
 - luactivate – activate a boot environment
 - lucancel – cancel a scheduled Live Upgrade copy/create procedure
 - lucompare – compare boot environments
 - lucreate – create a new boot environment
 - lucurr – display the name of the active boot environment
 - ludelete – delete a boot environment
 - ludesc – display or set boot environment description
 - lufslist – list configuration of a boot environment
 - lumake – populate a boot environment
 - lumount – mount or unmount all file systems in a boot environment
 - lurename – change the name of a boot environment
 - lustatus – display status of boot environments
 - luumount – mount or unmount all file systems in a boot environment
 - luupgrade – installs, upgrades, and performs other functions on software on a boot environment
 - luxadm – administer Sun Fire 880 storage subsystem and FC_AL devices
 - m64config – configure the M64 Graphics Accelerator
 - mail.local – store mail in a mailbox
 - makedbm – make a dbm file, or get a text file from a dbm file
 - makemap – create database maps for sendmail
 - makeuuid – generate Universal Unique Identifiers
 - masfcnv – SNMP configuration migration script
 - mdlogd – Solaris Volume Manager daemon
 - mdmonitord – daemon to monitor metadevices
 - medstat – check the status of mediator hosts for a given diskset
 - metaclear – delete active metadevices and hot spare pools
 - metadb – create and delete replicas of the metadevice state database
 - metadetach – attach or detach a metadevice
 - metadevadm – update metadevice information
 - metahs – manage hot spares and hot spare pools
 - metaimport – imports disk sets into existing Solaris Volume Manager configurations
 - metainit – configure metadevices
 - metaoffline – place submirrors offline and online
 - metaonline – place submirrors offline and online
 - metaparam – modify parameters of metadevices
 - metarecover – recover soft partition information
 - metarename – rename metadevice or switch layered metadevice names
 - metareplace – enable or replace components of submirrors or RAID5 metadevices
 - metaroot – setup system files for root (/) metadevice
 - metaset – configure disk sets
 - metassist – automated volume creation utility to support Solaris Volume Manager
 - metastat – display status for metadevice or hot spare pool
 - metasync – handle metadevice resync during reboot
 - metattach – attach or detach a metadevice
 - mib2c – produces template code from MIB definitions
 - mib2mof – generate MOF file(s) from input SNMP MIB file(s)
 - mibiisa – Sun SNMP Agent
 - mipagent – Mobile IP agent
 - mipagentconfig – configure Mobility IP Agent
 - mipagentstat – show Mobile IP Mobility Agent status
 - mkdevalloc – Make device_allocate entries
 - mkdevmaps – make device_maps entries
 - mkfifo – make FIFO special file
 - mkfile – create a file
 - mkfs – construct a file system
 - mkfs_pcfs – construct a FAT file system
 - mkfs_udfs – construct a udfs file system
 - mkfs_ufs – construct a UFS file system
 - mknod – make a special file
 - mkpwdict – maintain password-strength checking database
 - modinfo – display information about loaded kernel modules
 - modload – load a kernel module
 - modunload – unload a module
 - mofcomp – compile MOF files into CIM classes
 - mofreg – register MOF classes with WBEM services
 - monacct – shell procedures for accounting
 - monitor – SPARC system PROM monitor
 - mount – mount or unmount file systems and remote resources
 - mount_cachefs – mount CacheFS file systems
 - mount_hsfs – mount hsfs file systems
 - mount_nfs – mount remote NFS resources
 - mount_pcfs – mount pcfs file systems
 - mount_tmpfs – mount tmpfs file systems
 - mount_udfs – mount a udfs file system
 - mount_ufs – mount ufs file systems
 - mount_xmemfs – mount xmemfs file systems
 - mountall – mount, unmount multiple file systems
 - mountd – server for NFS mount requests and NFS access checks
 - mpstat – report per-processor or per-processor-set statistics
 - msgid – generate message IDs
 - mvdir – move a directory
 - named – Internet domain name server
 - named-checkconf – named configuration file syntax checking tool
 - named-checkzone – zone file validity checking tool
 - ncaconfd – Solaris Network Cache and Accelerator (NCA) configuration daemon
 - ncheck – generate a list of path names versus i-numbers
 - ncheck_ufs – generate pathnames versus i-numbers for ufs file systems
 - ndd – get and set driver configuration parameters
 - netstat – show network status
 - newaliases – rebuild the data base for the mail aliases file
 - newfs – construct a UFS file system
 - newkey – create a new Diffie-Hellman key pair in the publickey database
 - nfs4cbd – NFS Version 4 callback daemon
 - nfsd – NFS daemon
 - nfslogd – nfs logging daemon
 - nfsmapid – NFS user and group id mapping daemon
 - nfsstat – NFS statistics
 - nis_cachemgr – NIS+ utility to cache location information about NIS+ servers
 - nisaddcred – create NIS+ credentials
 - nisaddent – create NIS+ tables from corresponding /etc files or NIS maps
 - nisauthconf – configure NIS+ security
 - nisbackup – backup NIS+ directories
 - nisclient – initialize NIS+ credentials for NIS+ principals
 - nisd – NIS+ service daemon
 - nisd_resolv – NIS+ service daemon
 - nisinit – NIS+ client and server initialization utility
 - nisldapmaptest – test NIS+ and LDAP mapping configuration files
 - nislog – display the contents of the NIS+ transaction log
 - nispasswdd – NIS+ password update daemon
 - nisping – send ping to NIS+ servers
 - nispopulate – populate the NIS+ tables in a NIS+ domain
 - nisprefadm – NIS+ utility to set server preferences for NIS+ clients
 - nisrestore – restore NIS+ directory backup
 - nisserver – set up NIS+ servers
 - nissetup – initialize a NIS+ domain
 - nisshowcache – NIS+ utility to print out the contents of the shared cache file
 - nisstat – report NIS+ server statistics
 - nisupdkeys – update the public keys in a NIS+ directory object
 - nlsadmin – network listener service administration
 - nscd – name service cache daemon
 - nslookup – query Internet name servers interactively
 - nsupdate – Dynamic DNS update utility
 - ntpdate – set the date and time by way of NTP
 - ntpq – standard Network Time Protocol query program
 - ntptrace – trace a chain of NTP hosts back to their master time source
 - nulladm – shell procedures for accounting
 - obpsym – Kernel Symbolic Debugging for OpenBoot Firmware
 - ocfserv – OCF server
 - parse_dynamic_clustertoc – parse clustertoc file based on dynamic entries
 - passmgmt – password files management
 - patchadd – apply a patch package to a system running the Solaris operating system
 - patchrm – remove a Solaris patch package and restore previously saved files
 - pbind – control and query bindings of processes or LWPs
 - pcmciad – PCMCIA user daemon
 - pfinstall – tests installation profiles
 - pgxconfig – configure the PGX32 (Raptor GFX) Graphics Accelerator
 - picld – PICL daemon
 - ping – send ICMP (ICMP6) ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts
 - pkgadd – transfer software packages to the system
 - pkgadm – manage packaging and patching system
 - pkgask – stores answers to a request script
 - pkgchk – check package installation accuracy
 - pkgrm – remove a package from the system
 - plockstat – report user-level lock statistics
 - pmadm – port monitor administration
 - pmconfig – Configure the Power Management system
 - pntadm – DHCP network table management utility
 - pooladm – activate and deactivate the resource pools facility
 - poolbind – bind processes, tasks, or projects or query binding of processes to resource pools
 - poolcfg – create and modify resource pool configuration files
 - poold – automated resource pools partitioning daemon
 - poolstat – report active pool statistics
 - ports – creates /dev entries and inittab entries for serial lines
 - powerd – power manager daemon
 - poweroff – stop the processor
 - pppd – point to point protocol daemon
 - pppoec – PPPoE chat utility
 - pppoed – PPPoE server daemon
 - pppstats – print PPP statistics
 - pprosetup – setup program for Patch Manager
 - pprosvc – automation service program for Patch Manager
 - praudit – print contents of an audit trail file
 - prctmp – shell procedures for accounting
 - prdaily – shell procedures for accounting
 - printmgr – Solaris Print Manager is a graphical user interface for managing printers in a network
 - privatepw – administer FTP Server enhanced group access file
 - prodreg – Solaris Product Registry administration
 - projadd – administer a new project on the system
 - projdel – delete a project from the system
 - projmod – modify a project's information on the system
 - prstat – report active process statistics
 - prtacct – shell procedures for accounting
 - prtconf – print system configuration
 - prtdiag – display system diagnostic information
 - prtfru – print FRUID-specific information about the FRUs on a system or domain
 - prtpicl – print PICL tree
 - prtvtoc – report information about a disk geometry and partitioning
 - psradm – change processor operational status
 - psrinfo – displays information about processors
 - psrset – creation and management of processor sets
 - putdev – edits device table
 - putdgrp – edits device group table
 - pwck – password/group file checkers
 - pwconv – installs and updates /etc/shadow with information from /etc/passwd
 - quot – summarize file system ownership
 - quota – display a user's ufs file system disk quota and usage
 - quotacheck – ufs file system quota consistency checker
 - quotaoff – turn ufs file system quotas on and off
 - quotaon – turn ufs file system quotas on and off
 - raidctl – RAID hardware utility
 - ramdiskadm – administer ramdisk pseudo device
 - rarpd – DARPA Reverse Address Resolution Protocol server
 - rcapadm – configure resource capping daemon
 - rcapd – resource cap enforcement daemon
 - rctladm – display or modify global state of system resource controls
 - rdate – set system date from a remote host
 - rdisc – network router discovery daemon
 - reboot – restart the operating system
 - reject – accept or reject print requests
 - rem_drv – remove a device driver from the system
 - removef – remove a file from software database
 - repquota – summarize quotas for a ufs file system
 - re-preinstall – installs the JumpStart software on a system
 - restricted_shell – restricted shell command interpreter
 - rexd – RPC-based remote execution server
 - rexecd – remote execution server
 - rlogind – remote login server
 - rm_install_client – scripts used to install the Solaris software
 - rmmount – removable media mounter for CD-ROM, floppy, Jaz drive, and others
 - rmt – remote magtape protocol module
 - rndc – name server control utility
 - rndc-confgen – rndc key generation tool
 - roleadd – administer a new role account on the system
 - roledel – delete a role's login from the system
 - rolemod – modify a role's login information on the system
 - root_archive – manage bootable miniroot archives
 - route – manually manipulate the routing tables
 - routeadm – IP forwarding and routing configuration
 - routed – network routing daemon
 - rpc.bootparamd – boot parameter server
 - rpc.mdcommd – multi-node disk set services
 - rpc.metad – remote metaset services
 - rpc.metamedd – remote mediator services
 - rpc.metamhd – remote multihost disk services
 - rpc.nisd – NIS+ service daemon
 - rpc.nisd_resolv – NIS+ service daemon
 - rpc.nispasswdd – NIS+ password update daemon
 - rpc.rexd – RPC-based remote execution server
 - rpc.rstatd – kernel statistics server
 - rpc.rusersd – network username server
 - rpc.rwalld – network rwall server
 - rpc.smserverd – removable media device server
 - rpc.sprayd – spray server
 - rpc.yppasswdd – server for modifying NIS password file
 - rpc.ypupdated – server for changing NIS information
 - rpcbind – universal addresses to RPC program number mapper
 - rpcinfo – report RPC information
 - rpld – Network Booting RPL (Remote Program Load) Server
 - rquotad – remote quota server
 - rsh – restricted shell command interpreter
 - rshd – remote shell server
 - rstatd – kernel statistics server
 - rtc – provide all real-time clock and GMT-lag management
 - rtquery – query routing daemons for their routing tables
 - runacct – run daily accounting
 - rusersd – network username server
 - rwall – write to all users over a network
 - rwalld – network rwall server
 - rwhod – system status server
 - sa1 – system activity report package
 - sa2 – system activity report package
 - sac – service access controller
 - sacadm – service access controller administration
 - sadc – system activity report package
 - saf – Service Access Facility
 - sar – system activity report package
 - savecore – save a crash dump of the operating system
 - scadm – administer System Controller (SC)
 - sckmd – Sun Fire High-End system key management daemon
 - sconadm – register system information
 - sendmail – send mail over the internet
 - setuname – change machine information
 - setup_install_server – scripts used to install the Solaris software
 - sf880drd – Sun Fire 880 Dynamic Reconfiguration daemon
 - sftp-server – SFTP server subsystem
 - share – make local resource available for mounting by remote systems
 - share_nfs – make local NFS file systems available for mounting by remote systems
 - shareall – share, unshare multiple resources
 - showmount – show remote mounts
 - showrev – show machine, software revision, and patch revision information
 - shutacct – shell procedures for accounting
 - shutdown – shut down system, change system state
 - slpd – Service Location Protocol Daemon
 - smartcard – configure and administer a smart card
 - smattrpop – populate security attribute databases in a name service
 - smc – start the Solaris Management Console
 - smccompile – build class list and compile Solaris Management Console service beans for remote use
 - smcconf – configure the Solaris Management Console
 - smcregister – configure the Solaris Management Console
 - smcron – manage jobs in the crontab database
 - smcwebserver – manage the server for the Sun Web Console
 - smdiskless – manage diskless client support for a server
 - smexec – manage entries in the exec_attr database
 - smgroup – manage group entries
 - smlog – manage and view WBEM log files
 - smmaillist – manage email alias entries
 - smmultiuser – manage bulk operations on user accounts
 - smosservice – manage OS services
 - smpatch – download, apply, and remove updates
 - smprofile – manage profiles in the prof_attr and exec_attr databases
 - smreg – register objects for the Sun Web Console
 - smrole – manage roles and users in role accounts
 - smrsh – restricted shell for sendmail
 - smserialport – manage serial port
 - smuser – manage user entries
 - snmpbulkget – communicate with a network entity using SNMP GETBULK requests
 - snmpbulkwalk – communicate with a network entity using SNMP BULK requests
 - snmpcmd – commands to communicate with a network entity using SNMP requests
 - snmpconf – creates and modifies SNMP configuration files
 - snmpd – daemon to respond to SNMP request packets
 - snmpdelta – monitor deltas of integer valued SNMP variables
 - snmpdf – get a listing of disk space usage on a remote machine by means of SNMP
 - snmpdx – Sun Solstice Enterprise Master Agent
 - snmpget – communicate with a network entity using SNMP GET requests
 - snmpgetnext – communicate with a network entity using SNMP GETNEXT requests
 - snmpinform – send an SNMP trap to a manager
 - snmpnetstat – show network status using SNMP
 - snmpset – communicate with a network entity using SNMP SET requests
 - snmptable – obtain and display an SNMP table
 - snmptest – communicate with a network entity using SNMP requests
 - snmptranslate – translate SNMP OID values into a more useful form
 - snmptrap – send an SNMP trap to a manager
 - snmptrapd – receive and log SNMP trap messages
 - snmpusm – create and maintain SNMPv3 users on a remote entity
 - snmpvacm – perform maintenance on an SNMP agent's View-based Access Control Module (VACM) table
 - snmpwalk – communicate with a network entity using SNMP GETNEXT requests
 - snmpXdmid – Sun Solstice Enterprise SNMP-DMI mapper subagent
 - snmpXwbemd – SNMP Adapter Subagent for WBEM
 - snoop – capture and inspect network packets
 - soconfig – configure transport providers for use by sockets
 - soladdapp – add an application to the Solstice application registry
 - soldelapp – remove an application from the Solstice application registry
 - solstice – access system administration tools with a graphical user interface
 - sppptun – PPP tunneling driver utility
 - spray – spray packets
 - sprayd – spray server
 - sshd – secure shell daemon
 - ssh-keysign – ssh helper program for host-based authentication
 - startup – shell procedures for accounting
 - statd – network status monitor
 - stmsboot – administration program for the Solaris I/O multipathing feature
 - strace – print STREAMS trace messages
 - strclean – STREAMS error logger cleanup program
 - strerr – STREAMS error logger daemon
 - sttydefs – maintain line settings and hunt sequences for TTY ports
 - su – become superuser or another user
 - sulogin – access single-user mode
 - suninstall – install the Solaris operating system
 - SUNWafb_config – configure the AFB Graphics Accelerator
 - SUNWffb_config – configure the FFB Graphics Accelerator
 - SUNWgfb_config – fbconfig module for configuring Sun XVR-1000 Graphics Accelerator
 - SUNWifb_config – configure the Sun Expert3D Graphics Accelerator
 - SUNWjfb_config – fbconfig module for configuring the Sun XVR-600 and XVR-1200 Graphics Devices
 - SUNWkfb_config – fbconfig module for configuring the Sun XVR-2500 Graphics Device
 - SUNWm64_config – configure the M64 Graphics Accelerator
 - SUNWpfb_config – fbconfig module for configuring Sun XVR-100 Graphics Accelerator
 - SUNWzulu_config – fbconfig module for configuring SunXVR-4000 Graphics Accelerator
 - svc.configd – Service Management Facility repository daemon
 - svc.startd – Service Management Facility master restarter
 - svcadm – manipulate service instances
 - svccfg – import, export, and modify service configurations
 - swap – swap administrative interface
 - sync – update the super block
 - syncinit – set serial line interface operating parameters
 - syncloop – synchronous serial loopback test program
 - syncstat – report driver statistics from a synchronous serial link
 - sysdef – output system definition
 - syseventadm – sysevent event specification administration
 - syseventconfd – kernel system event command invocation daemon
 - syseventd – kernel system event notification daemon
 - sysidconfig – execute system configuration applications, or define set of system configuration applications
 - sysidnet – system configuration
 - sysidnfs4 – system configuration
 - sysidns – system configuration
 - sysidpm – system configuration
 - sysidroot – system configuration
 - sysidsys – system configuration
 - sysidtool – system configuration
 - syslogd – log system messages
 - sys-unconfig – undo a system's configuration
 - talkd – server for talk program
 - tapes – creates /dev entries for tape drives attached to the system
 - taskstat – prints ASET tasks status
 - tcxconfig – configure default linearity of 24-bit TrueColor Visual for OpenWindows
 - telinit – process control initialization
 - telnetd – DARPA TELNET protocol server
 - tftpd – Internet Trivial File Transfer Protocol server
 - th_define – create fault injection test harness error specifications
 - th_manage – manage the fault injection test harness
 - tic – terminfo compiler
 - tnamed – DARPA trivial name server
 - traceroute – print the route packets take to network host
 - trapstat – report trap statistics
 - TSIgfxp_config – configure the PGX32 (Raptor GFX) Graphics Accelerator
 - ttyadm – format and output port monitor-specific information
 - ttymon – port monitor for terminal ports
 - tunefs – tune an existing UFS file system
 - turnacct – shell procedures for accounting
 - tzselect – select a time zone
 - uadmin – administrative control
 - ufsdump – incremental file system dump
 - ufsrestore – incremental file system restore
 - umount – mount or unmount file systems and remote resources
 - umountall – mount, unmount multiple file systems
 - unlink – link and unlink files and directories
 - unshare – make local resource unavailable for mounting by remote systems
 - unshare_nfs – make local NFS file systems unavailable for mounting by remote systems
 - unshareall – share, unshare multiple resources
 - update_drv – modify device driver attributes
 - updatemanager – start the Sun Update Manager application
 - useradd – administer a new user login on the system
 - userdel – delete a user's login from the system
 - usermod – modify a user's login information on the system
 - utmp2wtmp – overview of accounting and miscellaneous accounting commands
 - utmpd – utmpx monitoring daemon
 - uucheck – check the uucp directories and permissions file
 - uucico – file transport program for the uucp system
 - uucleanup – uucp spool directory clean-up
 - uucpd – UUCP server
 - uusched – uucp file transport program scheduler
 - Uutry – attempt to contact remote system with debugging on
 - uutry – attempt to contact remote system with debugging on
 - uuxqt – execute remote command requests
 - vmstat – report virtual memory statistics
 - volcopy – make an image copy of file system
 - volcopy_ufs – make an image copy of a ufs file system
 - vold – Volume Management daemon to manage removable media devices
 - wall – write to all users
 - wanboot_keygen – create and display client and server keys for WAN booting
 - wanboot_keymgmt – insert and extract keys
 - wanboot_p12split – split a PKCS #12 file into separate certificate and key files
 - wanbootutil – manage keys and certificates for WAN booting
 - wbemadmin – start Sun WBEM User Manager
 - wbemconfig – convert a JavaSpaces datastore to the newer Reliable Log datastore format
 - wbemlogviewer – start WBEM Log Viewer
 - whodo – who is doing what
 - wracct – write extended accounting records for active processes and tasks
 - wrsmconf – manage WCI RSM controller configurations
 - wrsmstat – report WCI RSM driver statistics
 - wtmpfix – manipulate connect accounting records
 - xntpd – Network Time Protocol daemon
 - xntpdc – special NTP query program
 - ypbind – NIS binder process
 - ypinit – set up NIS client
 - ypmake – rebuild NIS database
 - ypmap2src – convert NIS maps to NIS source files
 - yppasswdd – server for modifying NIS password file
 - yppoll – return current version of a NIS map at a NIS server host
 - yppush – force propagation of changed NIS map
 - ypserv – NIS server and binder processes
 - ypset – point ypbind at a particular server
 - ypstart – Start and stop NIS services
 - ypstop – Start and stop NIS services
 - ypupdated – server for changing NIS information
 - ypxfr – transfer NIS map from a NIS server to host
 - ypxfr_1perday – transfer NIS map from a NIS server to host
 - ypxfr_1perhour – transfer NIS map from a NIS server to host
 - ypxfr_2perday – transfer NIS map from a NIS server to host
 - ypxfrd – NIS server and binder processes
 - zdb – ZFS debugger
 - zdump – time zone dumper
 - zfs – configures ZFS file systems
 - zic – time zone compiler
 - zoneadm – administer zones
 - zoneadmd – zone administration daemon
 - zonecfg – set up zone configuration
 - zpool – configures ZFS storage pools
 - zuludaemon – load microcode for Sun XVR-4000 Graphics Accelerator device

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