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Aries(5)
emulate PA-RISC applications on Itanium Processor Family (IPF)
Audio(5)
audio tools available through HP VUE
Dt(5), Dt/Dt.h(5)
miscellaneous desktop definitions
DtAction(5), Dt/Action.h(5)
action service definitions
DtComboBox(5), Dt/ComboBox.h(5)
DtComboBox widget definitions
DtDnd(5), Dt/Dnd.h(5)
Drag and drop definitions
DtDts(5), Dt/Dts.h(5)
data typing definitions
DtEditor(5), Dt/Editor.h(5)
editor widget definitions
DtHelp(5), Dt/Help.h(5)
help services definitions
DtHelpDialog(5), Dt/HelpDialog.h(5)
DtHelpDialog definitions
DtHelpQuickD(5), Dt/HelpQuickD.h(5)
DtHelpQuickDialog definitions
DtInfoLib(5)
collection of book cases for browsing with dtinfo
DtMenuButton(5), Dt/MenuButton.h(5)
DtMenuButton widget definitions
DtMmdbBookCase(5)
dtinfo bookcase structure
DtMmdbGraphicInfo(5)
graphic object structure in dtinfo
DtMmdbHandle(5)
object identifier structure in dtinfo
DtMmdbInfoLibInfo(5)
dtinfo infolib structure
DtMmdbInfoRequest(5)
database access request structure in dtinfo
DtMrm(5), Dt/Mrm.h(5)
initializing widgets for URM facilities
DtMsgLog(5), Dt/MsgLog.h(5)
message logging definitions
DtPrint(5), Dt/Print.h(5)
print definitions
DtSaver(5), Dt/Saver.h(5)
screen saver definitions
DtSearch(5)
Introduces the DtSearch text search and retrieval system
DtSession(5), Dt/Session.h(5)
session management services definitions
DtSpinBox(5), Dt/SpinBox.h(5)
DtSpinBox widget definitions
DtStdAppFontNames(5)
CDE Standard Application Font Names
DtStdInterfaceFontNames(5)
CDE Standard Interface Font Names
DtTerm(5), Dt/Term.h(5)
terminal emulator definitions
DtWsm(5), Dt/Wsm.h(5)
workspace manager definitions
NSTREVENT(5)
maximum number of outstanding STREAMS bufcalls
NSTRPUSH(5)
maximum number of STREAMS modules in a single stream
NSTRSCHED(5)
number of STREAMS scheduler daemons to run
STRCTLSZ(5)
maximum size of streams message control (bytes)
STRMSGSZ(5)
maximum size of streams message data (bytes)
Traits(5)
Lists the traits used by the Motif Toolkit. Traits
Tttt_c(5), Tt/tt_c.h(5)
ToolTalk definitions
Tttttk(5), Tt/tttk.h(5)
ToolTalk definitions
UIL(5)
The user interface language file format user interface language UIL
WML(5)
The widget meta-language file format for creating uil compilers widget meta-language WML
acctsuspend(5), acctresume(5)
suspend and resume accounting when available disk space reaches threshold
acl(5)
introduction to HFS access control lists
aclv(5)
introduction to JFS access control lists (ACLs)
aio(5)
POSIX asynchronous I/O facility
aio_listio_max(5)
the maximum number of POSIX asynchronous I/O operations that can be specified in a listio() call
aio_max_ops(5)
the system-wide maximum number of POSIX asynchronous I/O operations that can be queued simultaneously at any given time
aio_physmem_pct(5)
the maximum percentage of the total physical memory in the system that can be locked for use in POSIX asynchronous I/O operations
aio_prio_delta_max(5)
the maximum slow-down factor (priority offset) for POSIX asynchronous I/O operations
aliases(5)
aliases file for sendmail
allocate_fs_swapmap(5)
determines when swapmap structures are allocated for filesystem swap
alwaysdump(5)
defines which classes of kernel memory pages are dumped when a kernel panic occurs
ascii(5)
map of ASCII character set
aud_audit_events(5), *Laud_audit_events*O(5)
Auditable events for the audit services
audit(5)
introduction to HP-UX Auditing System
bufpages(5)
the number of 4096-byte memory pages in the file-system buffer cache
chanq_hash_locks(5)
size of hashed pool of spinlocks protecting the channel queue hash tables
complex(5)
complex functions and macros
core_addshmem_read(5)
determines the inclusion of readable shared memory in a process core dump
core_addshmem_write(5)
determines the inclusion of read/write shared memory in process core dump
create_fastlinks(5)
configure the system to use fast symbolic links
csacsa(5), csa/csa.h(5)
calendar and appointment services definitions
dbc_max_pct(5)
the maximum percentage of memory to be used by dynamic buffer cache
dbc_min_pct(5)
the minimum percentage of memory to be used by the dynamic buffer cache
default_disk_ir(5)
enable/disable the use of a device's write cache in the SCSI subsystem
dirent(5), dirent.h(5)
format of directory streams and directory entries
dld.so(5)
dynamic loader
dma32_pool_size(5)
the amount of memory to reserve for the 32-bit DMA pool
dontdump(5)
defines which classes of kernel memory pages are not dumped when a kernel panic occurs
dtactionaction(5)
CDE action management actions
dtappaction(5)
CDE application management actions
dtbuilderaction(5)
CDE application builder actions
dtcalcaction(5)
CDE calculator actions
dtcalendaraction(5)
CDE calendar and appointment management actions
dtenvvar(5)
CDE environment variables
dtfileaction(5)
CDE file management actions
dtfilsys(5)
CDE file system; directory tree structure
dthelpaction(5)
CDE help actions
dticonaction(5)
CDE icon editing actions
dtimsstartaction(5)
CDE input method server actions
dtinfoBookdtd(5), dtinfoBook.dtd(5)
dtinfo bookcase document type definition
dtinfoStyledtd(5), dtinfoStyle.dtd(5)
dtinfo style sheet document type definition
dtinfoTOCdtd(5), dtinfoTOC.dtd(5)
dtinfo table of contents document type definition
dtinfoaction(5)
CDE information management actions
dtinfoaf(5), dtinfo.af(5)
dtinfo architectural forms
dtmailaction(5)
CDE mail actions
dtmanaction(5)
CDE manual page actions
dtprintinfoaction(5)
CDE print job actions
dts_audit_events(5), *Ldts_audit_events*O(5)
Auditable events for the time services
dtsessionaction(5)
CDE session management actions
dtstyleaction(5)
CDE style management actions
dtterm(5)
escape sequences recognized by dtterm and the DtTerm widget
dttermaction(5)
CDE terminal emulation actions
dttextaction(5)
CDE text editing actions
dttrashaction(5)
CDE trash management actions
enable_idds(5)
enable intrusion detection data source
environ(5)
user environment
eqmemsize(5)
determines the minimum size (in pages) of the equivalently mapped reserve pool
event_class(5), *Levent class file*O(5)
The file that contains the declaration of an event class
executable_stack(5)
controls whether program stacks are executable by default
fcntl(5)
file control options
fenv(5)
floating-point environment macros and functions
fs_async(5)
synchronous or asynchronous writes of file-system data structures to disk
fs_wrapper(5)
configuration and binary files used by file system administration commands
group_override(5), *Lgroup_override*O(5)
The registry group override file
gssapi(5)
Generic Security Service Application Programming Interface
hdlpreg_hash_locks(5)
determines the size of the pregion spinlock pool
hfs_max_ra_blocks(5)
maximum number of read-ahead blocks that kernel may have outstanding for a single HFS file system
hfs_max_revra_blocks(5)
maximum number of reverse read-ahead blocks that kernel may have outstanding for a single HFS file system
hfs_ra_per_disk(5)
amount of HFS file system read-ahead per disk drive, in KB
hfs_revra_per_disk(5)
maximum HFS file system blocks to be read in one read-ahead operation when sequentially reading backwards
hier(5)
file system hierarchy
hostname(5)
host name resolution description
initmodmax(5)
number of Dynamically Loadable Kernel Modules (DLKM) that can be loaded simultaneously
intro(5)
introduction to miscellany
inttypes(5)
basic integer data types
ioctl(5)
generic device control commands
kerberos(5)
introduction to the Kerberos system
krs(5)
kernel registry services
ksi_alloc_max(5)
system-wide limit of queued signals that can be allocated
ksi_send_max(5)
limit on number of queued signals per process
lang(5)
description of supported languages
langinfo(5)
language information constants
libcrash(5)
crash dump access library
libcres.a(5)
a subset of functions from libc.a
limits(5)
implementation-specific constants
man(5)
macros for formatting manpages
manuals(5)
list of HP-UX documentation
math(5)
math functions, constants, and types
max_acct_file_size(5)
defines the maximum accounting file size
max_async_ports(5)
maximum number of asynchronous disk ports that can be open at any time
max_mem_window(5)
maximum number of group-private 32-bit shared memory configurable by users
max_thread_proc(5)
defines the maximum number of concurrent threads allowed per process
maxdsiz(5), maxdsiz_64bit(5)
maximum size (in bytes) of the data segment for any user process
maxfiles(5)
sets the soft limit for the number of files a process is allowed to have open simultaneously
maxfiles_lim(5)
hard limit for the number of files that a process is allowed to have open simultaneously
maxrsessiz(5), maxrsessiz_64bit(5)
maximum size (in bytes) of the RSE stack for any user process on the IPF platform
maxssiz(5), maxssiz_64bit(5)
maximum size (in bytes) of the stack for any user process
maxtsiz(5), maxtsiz_64bit(5)
maximum size (in bytes) of the text segment for any user process
maxuprc(5)
limits the maximum number of concurrent user processes per user
maxusers(5)
expected number of simultaneous users on the system
maxvgs(5)
maximum number of LVM Volume Groups that can be created/activated on the system
mesg(5)
enable or disable System V IPC messages at boot time
mfconv(5)
Mainframe code set conversion
mknod.h(5)
header file of macros for handling device numbers
mm(5)
the MM macro package for formatting documents
mman(5)
memory mapping definitions
modstrmax(5)
allocates the size of the kernel dumpstrtab string table
msgmap(5)
number of entries in the System V IPC message space resource map
msgmax(5)
maximum System V IPC message size in bytes
msgmnb(5)
maximum number of bytes on a single System V IPC message queue
msgmni(5)
maximum number of system-wide System V IPC message queues (IDs) allowed
msgseg(5)
number of System V IPC message segments in the system
msgssz(5)
number of bytes in a System V IPC message segment
msgtql(5)
maximum number of System V IPC messages in the system at any time
nbuf(5)
sets the system-wide number of file-system buffer and cache buffer headers
ncdnode(5)
maximum number of open CD-ROM file system nodes that can be in memory
nclist(5)
number of cblocks for pty and tty data transfers
ndir(5), ndir.h(5)
format of HP-UX directory streams
nfile(5)
set maximum number of files that can be open simultaneously on the system at any given time
nflocks(5)
the maximum combined total number of file locks that are available system-wide to all processes at any given time
ninode(5)
the maximum number of open inodes that can be in memory
nkthread(5)
limits the number of threads allowed to run simultaneously
nproc(5)
limits the number of processes allowed to exist simultaneously
npty(5)
maximum number of pseudo-teletypes (ptys)
nstrpty(5)
maximum number of streams-based pseudo-teletypes (ptys)
nstrtel(5)
specifies the number of telnet device files the kernel can support for incoming telnet sessions
nswapdev(5)
maximum number of devices that can be enabled for swap
nswapfs(5)
maximum number of file systems that can be enabled for swap
nsysmap(5), nsysmap64(5)
number of entries in a kernel dynamic memory allocation map
orientation(5)
the orientation of a stream
pa_maxssiz(5), pa_maxssiz_64bit(5)
maximum size (in bytes) of the stack for a user process running under the PA-RISC emulator on IPF
pam_krb5(5)
authentication, account, session and password management modules for Kerberos 5
pam_unix(5)
authentication, account, session, and password management PAM modules for UNIX
pam_updbe(5)
User policy definition service module
passwd_override(5), *Lpasswd_override*O(5)
The registry database override file defect,6211,R1.0.3,removed SYNOPSIS with full pathname defect,6211,R1.0.3,removed SYNOPSIS with full pathname
pfdat_hash_locks(5)
determines the size of the pfdat spinlock pool
pfs_exports(5), pfs_xtab(5)
directories to export to PFS clients
pfs_fstab(5), mtab(5)
static file system mounting table, mounted file systems table
physical_io_buffers(5)
total buffers for physical I/O operations
portal(5)
a window to the future for applications
pthread_stubs(5)
list of pthread calls for which the stubs are provided in the C library
quota(5)
disk quotas
rcsintro(5)
description of s-1RCSs0 commands
regexp(5)
regular expression and pattern matching notation definitions
region_hash_locks(5)
determines the size of the region spinlock pool
remote_nfs_swap(5)
enable swapping across NFS
rtsched_numpri(5)
number of priority values to support for POSIX.1b realtime applications
scroll_lines(5)
number of scrollable lines used by the Internal Terminal Emulator
scsi_max_qdepth(5)
maximum number of I/Os that target will queue up for execution
scsi_maxphys(5)
maximum allowed length of an I/O on all SCSI devices
sd(5)
Software Distributor, commands to create, distribute, install, monitor, and manage software
sec_audit_events(5), *Lsec_audit_events*O(5)
Auditable events for the security services
sec_intro(5), *Lsec_intro*O(5)
Introduction to the DCE Security administrative files
secure_sid_scripts(5)
controls whether setuid and setgid bits on scripts are honored
sema(5)
enable or disable System V IPC semaphores at boot time
semaem(5)
adjust-on-exit maximum value
semmni(5)
number of System V IPC system-wide semaphore identifiers
semmns(5)
number of System V IPC system-wide semaphores
semmnu(5)
maximum number of System V IPC undo structures for processes
semmsl(5)
maximum number of System V IPC semaphores per identifier
semume(5)
maximum number of System V IPC undo entries per process
semvmx(5)
maximum value of any single System V IPC semaphore
sendfile_max(5)
maximum number of Buffer Cache Pages used by sendfile
shmem(5)
enable or disable System V shared memory
shmmax(5)
maximum size (in bytes) for a System V shared memory segment
shmmni(5)
number of System V shared memory segment identifiers in the system
shmseg(5)
maximum number of System V shared memory segments per process
signal(5), signal: signal.h(5)
description of signals
sis(5)
secure internet services with Kerberos authentication and authorization
st_ats_enabled(5)
determines whether to reserve a tape device on open
st_fail_overruns(5)
determines whether variable block mode read requests smaller than the physical record size will fail
st_large_recs(5)
determines maximum logical record size allowed through the stape driver
stat(5), stat.h(5)
data returned by the stat() function
stdarg(5), stdarg.h(5)
macros for handling variable argument lists
stdsyms(5)
description of named defines and other specifications for name space from HP-UX header files
streampipes(5)
force all pipes to be STREAMS-based
su(1m), *Lsu*O(1m)
Substitutes user ID temporarily def,8628,R1.1,command platform-specific This command is platform specific. Consult your local operating system documentation for information on how to use your version of the *Lsu*O command. def,8628,R1.1,command platform-specific .. .SH SYNOPSIS .. .sS .. *Lsu*O .. *O[*L-K*O] .. *O[*L-f*O] .. *O[*L-l*O] .. *O[*L-m*O] .. *O[*Vlogin*O] .. .sE .. .SH OPTIONS .. .VL 1i .. .LI *L-K*O .. Disables Kerberos authentication. .. .LI *L-f*O .. Prevents *Lcsh(1)*O from executing the *L.cshrc*O file. .. .LI *L-l*O .. Simulates a full login. The environment is discarded except for .. *LHOME*O, *LSHELL*O, *LPATH*O, *LTERM*O, and *LUSER*O. .. *LHOME*O and *LSHELL*O are set to the target login's login .. shell and home directory. The *Lsu*O command changes the current .. directory to the target login's home directory. .. *LUSER*O is set to the target login. .. *LPATH*O is set to *L/bin:/usr/bin*O. .. *LTERM*O is imported from your current environment. .. This option can not be specified with the .. *L-m*O option. They are mutually exclusive. .. .LI *L-m*O .. Leaves the environment unmodified. .. The invoked shell is your login shell, and no directory changes are made. .. As a security precaution, if the target user's shell is a nonstandard .. shell (as defined by *Lgetusershell(3)*O) and the caller's real UNIX ID is .. nonzero, *Lsu*O will fail. This option cannot be specified with the .. *L-l*O option. They are mutually exclusive. .. .LE .. .SH ARGUMENTS .. .VL 1i .. .LI *Vlogin*O .. The target user ID. If *Vlogin*O is not specified, the root user ID is .. assumed. Note that only users in group 0 (normally *Lwheel*O) .. can use *Lsu*O to become root. .. .PP .. By default (unless the prompt is reset by a startup file), the superuser .. prompt is set to *L#*O (number sign) to remind one of its awesome power. .. .LE .. .SH DESCRIPTION .. The *Lsu*O command lets you assume the identity of a different user. .. Note that the funtionality of the *Lsu*O command as described in this .. reference page may change, depending on the platform on which you .. are running the command. .. .PP .. The *Lsu*O command .. requests the password for *Vlogin*O or, if *Vlogin*O is .. not supplied, the password for root. .. If the correct password is supplied, *Lsu*O switches to .. that user and group ID after obtaining a ticket-granting ticket. .. A shell is then invoked with the real and effective person and .. group UNIX IDs of the new user. If authentication is disabled or not .. available, *Lsu*O uses the local *L/etc/passwd*O file for authentication. .. .PP .. If the *Lsu*O command .. is executed by root, no password is requested and a shell .. with the appropriate user ID is invoked; no additional Kerberos tickets .. are obtained. .. .PP .. Unless you specify the *L-l*O or *L-m*O option, when *Lsu*O is invoked .. the user environment is unmodified with the exception of .. the following: ... ML .. .LI .. *LHOME*O and *LSHELL*O are set to the target login's default values. The .. current directory is changed to the target's login directory, and .. the target login's shell is invoked. .. .LI .. *LUSER*O is set to the target login value, unless the target login has a user .. ID of 0, in which case it is unmodified. The invoked shell is the target .. login's. This is the traditional behavior of *Lsu*O. .. .LE .. .SH RELATED INFORMATION .. .PP .. Commands: .. *Lcsh(1)*O, *Llogin(1)*O, *Lsh(1)*O, .. *Lkinit(1m)*O, *Lkerberos(1)*O, .. *Lpasswd(5)*O, *Lgroup(5)*O, *Lenviron(7)*O
suffix(5)
file-name suffix conventions
swapmem_on(5)
allow physical memory size to exceed the available swap space
swchunk(5)
swap chunk size in 1 KB blocks
sysv_hash_locks(5)
System V IPC hashed spinlock pool size
tcphashsz(5)
determines the size of the networking hash tables
term(5)
terminal capabilities
thread_safety(5)
list of libc, libpthread and libgen interfaces which are: Not thread-safe, Cancellation Points, Cancel Safe, Async Signal Safe, and Async Cancel Safe
timeslice(5)
scheduling interval in clock ticks per second
timezone(5), dst(5)
difference between Universal (Greenwich mean) time and Local time
types(5)
primitive system data types
unistd(5), unistd: unistd.h(5)
standard structures and symbolic constants
unlockable_mem(5)
amount of physical memory that may not be locked by user processes
unwind(5)
overview of stack unwind library entry points and convenience macros
v5srvtab(5), Security Service commands *L/krb5/v5srvtab*O *L/krb5/v5srvtab*O file keytab file passwords storing server and machine files keytab defect(5),6211(5),R1.0.3(5),removed full pathname *Lv5srvtab*O(5)
The server and machine keytab file defect,6211,R1.0.3,removed full pathname
values(5)
machine-dependent values
varargs(5)
handle variable argument list
vps_ceiling(5)
maximum (in kilobytes) of system-selectable page size
vps_chatr_ceiling(5)
maximum (in kilobytes) of user selectable page size
vps_pagesize(5)
minimum (in kilobytes) of system-selected page size
vx_ncsize(5)
the number of bytes to be reserved for the directory path-name cache used by the VxFS file system
vxfs_max_ra_kbytes(5)
maximum amount of read-ahead data, in KB, that kernel may have outstanding for a single VxFS file system
vxfs_ra_per_disk(5)
amount of VxFS file system read-ahead per disk, in KB
vxr5check(1m)
verify RAID-5 volume parity
xferlog(5)
FTP server logfile
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