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NetBSD 2.0 _Exit(2) terminate the calling process
NetBSD 2.0 __clone(2) spawn new process with options
NetBSD 2.0 __syscall(2) indirect system call
NetBSD 2.0 _exit(2) terminate the calling process
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_continue(2) suspend or continue a light-weight process
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_create(2) create a new light-weight process
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_exit(2) terminate the calling light-weight process
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_getprivate(2) get and set light-weight process private data
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_self(2) get light-weight process identification
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_setprivate(2) get and set light-weight process private data
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_suspend(2) suspend or continue a light-weight process
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_wait(2) wait for light-weight process termination
NetBSD 2.0 _lwp_wakeup(2) make a blocked light-weight process runnable
NetBSD 2.0 accept(2) accept a connection on a socket
NetBSD 2.0 access(2) check access permissions of a file or pathname
NetBSD 2.0 acct(2) enable or disable process accounting
NetBSD 2.0 adjtime(2) correct the time to allow synchronization of the system clock
NetBSD 2.0 arm_drain_writebuf(2) drains the CPU write buffer
NetBSD 2.0 arm_sync_icache(2) clean the CPU data cache and flush the CPU instruction cache
NetBSD 2.0 bind(2) bind a name to a socket
NetBSD 2.0 brk(2) change data segment size
NetBSD 2.0 chdir(2) change current working directory
NetBSD 2.0 chflags(2) set file flags
NetBSD 2.0 chmod(2) change mode of file
NetBSD 2.0 chown(2) change owner and group of a file
NetBSD 2.0 chroot(2) change root directory
NetBSD 2.0 clock_getres(2) clock and timer functions
NetBSD 2.0 clock_gettime(2) clock and timer functions
NetBSD 2.0 clock_settime(2) clock and timer functions
NetBSD 2.0 clone(2) spawn new process with options
NetBSD 2.0 close(2) delete a descriptor
NetBSD 2.0 connect(2) initiate a connection on a socket
NetBSD 2.0 dup(2) duplicate an existing file descriptor
NetBSD 2.0 dup2(2) duplicate an existing file descriptor
NetBSD 2.0 errno(2) introduction to system calls and error numbers
NetBSD 2.0 execve(2) execute a file
NetBSD 2.0 fchdir(2) change current working directory
NetBSD 2.0 fchflags(2) set file flags
NetBSD 2.0 fchmod(2) change mode of file
NetBSD 2.0 fchown(2) change owner and group of a file
NetBSD 2.0 fchroot(2) change root directory
NetBSD 2.0 fcntl(2) file descriptor control
NetBSD 2.0 fdatasync(2) synchronize the data of a file
NetBSD 2.0 fhopen(2) access file via file handle
NetBSD 2.0 fhstat(2) access file via file handle
NetBSD 2.0 fhstatfs(2) access file via file handle
NetBSD 2.0 fktrace(2) process tracing
NetBSD 2.0 flock(2) apply or remove an advisory lock on an open file
NetBSD 2.0 fork(2) create a new process
NetBSD 2.0 fpathconf(2) get configurable pathname variables
NetBSD 2.0 fstat(2) get file status
NetBSD 2.0 fstatfs(2) get file system statistics
NetBSD 2.0 fsync(2) synchronize a file's in-core state with that on disk
NetBSD 2.0 fsync_range(2) synchronize a file's in-core state with that on disk
NetBSD 2.0 ftruncate(2) truncate a file to a specified length
NetBSD 2.0 futimes(2) set file access and modification times
NetBSD 2.0 getcontext(2) get and set current user context
NetBSD 2.0 getdents(2) get directory entries in a filesystem independent format
NetBSD 2.0 getegid(2) get group process identification
NetBSD 2.0 geteuid(2) get user identification
NetBSD 2.0 getfh(2) get file handle
NetBSD 2.0 getfsstat(2) get list of all mounted file systems
NetBSD 2.0 getgid(2) get group process identification
NetBSD 2.0 getgroups(2) get group access list
NetBSD 2.0 getitimer(2) get/set value of interval timer
NetBSD 2.0 getlogin(2) get/set login name
NetBSD 2.0 getpeername(2) get name of connected peer
NetBSD 2.0 getpgid(2) get process group
NetBSD 2.0 getpgrp(2) get process group
NetBSD 2.0 getpid(2) get parent or calling process identification
NetBSD 2.0 getppid(2) get parent or calling process identification
NetBSD 2.0 getpriority(2) get/set program scheduling priority
NetBSD 2.0 getrlimit(2) control maximum system resource consumption
NetBSD 2.0 getrusage(2) get information about resource utilization
NetBSD 2.0 getsid(2) get session ID
NetBSD 2.0 getsockname(2) get socket name
NetBSD 2.0 getsockopt(2) get and set options on sockets
NetBSD 2.0 gettimeofday(2) get/set date and time
NetBSD 2.0 getuid(2) get user identification
NetBSD 2.0 i386_get_ioperm(2) manage i386 per-process I/O permission bitmap
NetBSD 2.0 i386_get_ldt(2) manage i386 per-process Local Descriptor Table entries
NetBSD 2.0 i386_get_mtrr(2) access Memory Type Range Registers
NetBSD 2.0 i386_iopl(2) change the i386 I/O privilege level
NetBSD 2.0 i386_pmc_info(2) interface to CPU performance counters
NetBSD 2.0 i386_pmc_read(2) interface to CPU performance counters
NetBSD 2.0 i386_pmc_startstop(2) interface to CPU performance counters
NetBSD 2.0 i386_set_ioperm(2) manage i386 per-process I/O permission bitmap
NetBSD 2.0 i386_set_ldt(2) manage i386 per-process Local Descriptor Table entries
NetBSD 2.0 i386_set_mtrr(2) access Memory Type Range Registers
NetBSD 2.0 i386_vm86(2) set virtual 8086 processor registers and mode
NetBSD 2.0 intro(2) introduction to system calls and error numbers
NetBSD 2.0 ioctl(2) control device
NetBSD 2.0 issetugid(2) is current process tainted by uid or gid changes
NetBSD 2.0 kevent(2) kernel event notification mechanism
NetBSD 2.0 kill(2) send signal to a process
NetBSD 2.0 kqueue(2) kernel event notification mechanism
NetBSD 2.0 ktrace(2) process tracing
NetBSD 2.0 lchflags(2) set file flags
NetBSD 2.0 lchmod(2) change mode of file
NetBSD 2.0 lchown(2) change owner and group of a file
NetBSD 2.0 lfs_bmapv(2) retrieve disk addresses for arrays of blocks
NetBSD 2.0 lfs_markv(2) rewrite disk blocks to new disk locations
NetBSD 2.0 lfs_segclean(2) mark a segment clean
NetBSD 2.0 lfs_segwait(2) wait until a segment is written
NetBSD 2.0 link(2) make a hard file link
NetBSD 2.0 listen(2) listen for connections on a socket
NetBSD 2.0 lseek(2) reposition read/write file offset
NetBSD 2.0 lstat(2) get file status
NetBSD 2.0 lutimes(2) set file access and modification times
NetBSD 2.0 m68k_sync_icache(2) instruction cache synchronization
NetBSD 2.0 madvise(2) give advice about use of memory
NetBSD 2.0 mincore(2) determine residency of memory pages
NetBSD 2.0 minherit(2) control the inheritance of pages
NetBSD 2.0 mkdir(2) make a directory file
NetBSD 2.0 mkfifo(2) make a fifo file
NetBSD 2.0 mknod(2) make a special file node
NetBSD 2.0 mlock(2) lock (unlock) physical pages in memory
NetBSD 2.0 mlockall(2) lock (unlock) the address space of a process
NetBSD 2.0 mmap(2) map files or devices into memory
NetBSD 2.0 mount(2) mount or dismount a file system
NetBSD 2.0 mprotect(2) control the protection of pages
NetBSD 2.0 msgctl(2) message control operations
NetBSD 2.0 msgget(2) get message queue identifier
NetBSD 2.0 msgrcv(2) receive a message from a message queue
NetBSD 2.0 msgsnd(2) send a message to a message queue
NetBSD 2.0 msync(2) synchronize a mapped region
NetBSD 2.0 munlock(2) lock (unlock) physical pages in memory
NetBSD 2.0 munlockall(2) lock (unlock) the address space of a process
NetBSD 2.0 munmap(2) remove a mapping
NetBSD 2.0 nanosleep(2) high resolution sleep
NetBSD 2.0 nfssvc(2) NFS services
NetBSD 2.0 ntp_adjtime(2) Network Time Protocol (NTP) daemon interface system calls
NetBSD 2.0 ntp_gettime(2) Network Time Protocol (NTP) daemon interface system calls
NetBSD 2.0 open(2) open or create a file for reading or writing
NetBSD 2.0 pathconf(2) get configurable pathname variables
NetBSD 2.0 pipe(2) create descriptor pair for interprocess communication
NetBSD 2.0 pmc_control(2) Hardware Performance Monitoring Interface
NetBSD 2.0 pmc_get_info(2) Hardware Performance Monitoring Interface
NetBSD 2.0 poll(2) synchronous I/O multiplexing
NetBSD 2.0 pread(2) read input
NetBSD 2.0 preadv(2) read input
NetBSD 2.0 profil(2) control process profiling
NetBSD 2.0 ptrace(2) process tracing and debugging
NetBSD 2.0 pwrite(2) write output
NetBSD 2.0 pwritev(2) write output
NetBSD 2.0 quotactl(2) manipulate filesystem quotas
NetBSD 2.0 rasctl(2) restartable atomic sequences
NetBSD 2.0 read(2) read input
NetBSD 2.0 readlink(2) read value of a symbolic link
NetBSD 2.0 readv(2) read input
NetBSD 2.0 reboot(2) reboot system or halt processor
NetBSD 2.0 recv(2) receive a message from a socket
NetBSD 2.0 recvfrom(2) receive a message from a socket
NetBSD 2.0 recvmsg(2) receive a message from a socket
NetBSD 2.0 rename(2) change the name of a file
NetBSD 2.0 revoke(2) revoke file access
NetBSD 2.0 rmdir(2) remove a directory file
NetBSD 2.0 sa_enable(2) enable scheduler activation
NetBSD 2.0 sa_register(2) register a scheduler activation upcall handler
NetBSD 2.0 sa_setconcurrency(2) increase the number of virtual processors
NetBSD 2.0 sa_stacks(2) register scheduler activation upcall stacks
NetBSD 2.0 sa_yield(2) idle a virtual processor
NetBSD 2.0 sbrk(2) change data segment size
NetBSD 2.0 seek(2) reposition read/write file offset
NetBSD 2.0 select(2) synchronous I/O multiplexing
NetBSD 2.0 semctl(2) semaphore control operations
NetBSD 2.0 semget(2) get set of semaphores
NetBSD 2.0 semop(2) semaphore operations
NetBSD 2.0 send(2) send a message from a socket
NetBSD 2.0 sendmsg(2) send a message from a socket
NetBSD 2.0 sendto(2) send a message from a socket
NetBSD 2.0 setcontext(2) get and set current user context
NetBSD 2.0 setegid(2) set user and group ID
NetBSD 2.0 seteuid(2) set user and group ID
NetBSD 2.0 setgid(2) set user and group ID
NetBSD 2.0 setgroups(2) set group access list
NetBSD 2.0 setitimer(2) get/set value of interval timer
NetBSD 2.0 setlogin(2) get/set login name
NetBSD 2.0 setpgid(2) set process group
NetBSD 2.0 setpgrp(2) set process group
NetBSD 2.0 setpriority(2) get/set program scheduling priority
NetBSD 2.0 setregid(2) set real and effective group ID's
NetBSD 2.0 setreuid(2) set real and effective user ID's
NetBSD 2.0 setrlimit(2) control maximum system resource consumption
NetBSD 2.0 setsid(2) create session and set process group ID
NetBSD 2.0 setsockopt(2) get and set options on sockets
NetBSD 2.0 settimeofday(2) get/set date and time
NetBSD 2.0 setuid(2) set user and group ID
NetBSD 2.0 shmat(2) map/unmap shared memory
NetBSD 2.0 shmctl(2) shared memory control operations
NetBSD 2.0 shmdt(2) map/unmap shared memory
NetBSD 2.0 shmget(2) get shared memory segment
NetBSD 2.0 shutdown(2) shut down part of a full-duplex connection
NetBSD 2.0 sigaction(2) software signal facilities
NetBSD 2.0 sigaltstack(2) set and/or get signal stack context
NetBSD 2.0 siginfo(2) signal information
NetBSD 2.0 sigpending(2) get pending signals
NetBSD 2.0 sigprocmask(2) manipulate current signal mask
NetBSD 2.0 sigstack(2) set and/or get signal stack context
NetBSD 2.0 sigsuspend(2) atomically release blocked signals and wait for interrupt
NetBSD 2.0 sigtimedwait(2) wait for queued signals
NetBSD 2.0 sigwait(2) wait for queued signals
NetBSD 2.0 sigwaitinfo(2) wait for queued signals
NetBSD 2.0 socket(2) create an endpoint for communication
NetBSD 2.0 socketpair(2) create a pair of connected sockets
NetBSD 2.0 stat(2) get file status
NetBSD 2.0 statfs(2) get file system statistics
NetBSD 2.0 swapctl(2) modify swap configuration
NetBSD 2.0 symlink(2) make symbolic link to a file
NetBSD 2.0 sync(2) synchronize disk block in-core status with that on disk
NetBSD 2.0 sysarch(2) architecture-dependent system call
NetBSD 2.0 syscall(2) indirect system call
NetBSD 2.0 timer_create(2) create a per-process timer
NetBSD 2.0 timer_delete(2) delete a per-process timer
NetBSD 2.0 timer_getoverrun(2) process timer manipulation
NetBSD 2.0 timer_gettime(2) process timer manipulation
NetBSD 2.0 timer_settime(2) process timer manipulation
NetBSD 2.0 truncate(2) truncate a file to a specified length
NetBSD 2.0 ucontext(2) user context
NetBSD 2.0 umask(2) set file creation mode mask
NetBSD 2.0 undelete(2) attempt to recover a deleted file
NetBSD 2.0 unlink(2) remove directory entry
NetBSD 2.0 unmount(2) mount or dismount a file system
NetBSD 2.0 utimes(2) set file access and modification times
NetBSD 2.0 utrace(2) insert user record in ktrace log
NetBSD 2.0 uuidgen(2) generate universally unique identifiers
NetBSD 2.0 vfork(2) spawn new process in a virtual memory efficient way
NetBSD 2.0 wait(2) wait for process termination
NetBSD 2.0 wait3(2) wait for process termination
NetBSD 2.0 wait4(2) wait for process termination
NetBSD 2.0 waitpid(2) wait for process termination
NetBSD 2.0 write(2) write output
NetBSD 2.0 writev(2) write output
NetBSD 2.0 x86_64_get_mtrr(2) access Memory Type Range Registers
NetBSD 2.0 x86_64_iopl(2) change the x86_64 I/O privilege level
NetBSD 2.0 x86_64_set_mtrr(2) access Memory Type Range Registers
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