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CLUSTER(1)                  General Commands Manual                 CLUSTER(1)



NAME
       cluster  -  find  the Application SunOS or Developer's Toolkit optional
       cluster containing a file

SYNOPSIS
       cluster [ filename ]

AVAILABILITY
       Available only on Sun 386i systems running a  SunOS  4.0.x  release  or
       earlier.  Not a SunOS 4.1 release feature.

DESCRIPTION
       cluster  finds  the optional software cluster that contains a specified
       file.  If the specified file is contained in one  of  the  clusters  in
       Application  SunOS or Developer's Toolkit, the name of the cluster will
       be printed on standard output.

       Without arguments, cluster displays a summary of the clusters in Appli-
       cation  SunOS and Developers Toolkit, including the load state and size
       of each cluster.

EXAMPLES
       To find the name of the cluster that contains the spell command:
              example% cluster spell
              spellcheck
              example%

       To display a summary of the clusters in Application  SunOS  and  Devel-
       oper's Toolkit:

              % cluster
              Application SunOS Clusters:
                    available                cluster   size (bytes)
                    ---------                -------   ----
                    yes     accounting       265K
                    no      advanced_admin   501K
                    ...

              Developer's Toolkit Clusters:
                  available cluster          size (bytes)
                  --------- -------          ----
                    no      base_devel       6907K
                    ...

              space used by clusters: 6021K bytes
              total space remaining: 20432K bytes

       A  cluster  is available if it has been "loaded" using load(1) or if it
       has been "mounted" across the network.

FILES
       /usr/lib/load/*     data files

SEE ALSO
       load(1), unload(1), toc(5)

       Sun386i System Setup and Maintenance

DIAGNOSTICS
       The file filenameis not in any of the optional software clusters.
              The specified file is not  part  of  the  Application  SunOS  or
              Developer's Toolkit.



                               19 February 1988                     CLUSTER(1)