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ttmv(user cmd)							ttmv(user cmd)

NAME
       ttmv -- move or rename files and	inform the ToolTalk service

SYNOPSIS
       ttmv [-fL]  [pathname1]	[pathname2]

       ttmv [-fL]  [pathname]  [...]  [directory]

       ttmv [-h]  [-v]

DESCRIPTION
       The  ttmv utility invokes mv(1) to move files and directories around in
       the file	system and informs ToolTalk about  its	actions	 so  that  the
       ToolTalk	 objects  associated with those	files and directories can also
       be moved.

       The ttmv	utility	moves the ToolTalk objects before it moves  the	 files
       and  does  not check whether the	file-moving operation will succeed be-
       fore performing the object-moving operation.

OPTIONS
       The following options are available:

       -f	 Force.	 Do not	report any errors, and pass the	-f  option  to
		 mv(1).

       -h	 Write a help message for invoking ttmv	and then exit.

       -L	 Move  the  ToolTalk  objects  of the files, but do not	invoke
		 mv(1) to move the actual files.

       -v	 Write the version number of ttmv and then exit.

       The -i option to	cp(1) is not supported.

OPERANDS
       The following operands are supported:

       pathname1 A pathname of a file to be moved.

       pathname2 A pathname of an existing or nonexisting file,	used  for  the
		 output	when a single file is moved.

       directory A pathname of a directory to contain the moved	files.

STDIN
       Not used.

INPUT FILES
       The input files specified as operands can be of any file	type.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
       The following environment variables affect the execution	of ttmv:

       LANG	 Provide  a  default  value for	the internationalization vari-
		 ables that are	unset or null.	If LANG	is unset or null,  the
		 corresponding	value from the implementation-specific default
		 locale	will be	used.	If  any	 of  the  internationalization
		 variables contains an invalid setting,	the utility behaves as
		 if none of the	variables had been defined.

       LC_ALL	 If set	to a non-empty string value, override  the  values  of
		 all the other internationalization variables.

       LC_MESSAGES
		 Determine  the	 locale	 that is used to affect	the format and
		 contents of diagnostic	messages written to standard error and
		 informative messages written to standard output.

       NLSPATH	 Determine the location	of message catalogues for the process-
		 ing of	LC_MESSAGES.

RESOURCES
       None.

ASYNCHRONOUS EVENTS
       The ttmv	utility	takes the standard action for all signals.

STDOUT
       When the	-h option is used, ttmv	writes to standard output a help  mes-
       sage in an unspecified format.

       When  the  -v  option is	used, ttmv writes to standard output a version
       number in an unspecified	format.

STDERR
       Used only for diagnostic	messages.

OUTPUT FILES
       The output files	can be of any type.

EXTENDED DESCRIPTION
       None.

EXIT STATUS
       The following exit values are returned:

       0	 All files and ToolTalk	objects	were moved successfully.

       >0	 An error occurred or the invoked mv(1)	command	exited with  a
		 non-zero value.

CONSEQUENCES OF	ERRORS
       Default.

FILES
       /mountpoint/TT_DB
		 The  directory	used as	a database for the ToolTalk objects of
		 files in the file system mounted at /mountpoint.

APPLICATION USAGE
       None.

EXAMPLES
       None.

SEE ALSO
       mv(1), ttsession(1).

								ttmv(user cmd)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | OPERANDS | STDIN | INPUT FILES | ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES | RESOURCES | ASYNCHRONOUS EVENTS | STDOUT | STDERR | OUTPUT FILES | EXTENDED DESCRIPTION | EXIT STATUS | CONSEQUENCES OF ERRORS | FILES | APPLICATION USAGE | EXAMPLES | SEE ALSO

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