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-<div style="​text-align:​left">​ 
-<h1 align=center>​DMLS</​h1>​ 
-<a href="#​NAME">​NAME</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​SYNOPSIS">​SYNOPSIS</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​IMPLEMENTATION">​IMPLEMENTATION</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​DESCRIPTION">​DESCRIPTION</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​NOTES">​NOTES</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES">​ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​EXAMPLES">​EXAMPLES</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​FILES">​FILES</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​COPYRIGHT">​COPYRIGHT</​a><​br>​ 
-<a href="#​SEE ALSO">​SEE ALSO</​a><​br>​ 
  
-<hr> 
-<a name="​NAME"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​NAME</​h2>​ 
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-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
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-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%"​ style="​text-align:​left">​ 
-<​p><​b>​dmls</​b>​ &minus; Lists contents of directories</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<a name="​SYNOPSIS"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​SYNOPSIS</​h2>​ 
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-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
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-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%"​ style="​text-align:​left">​ 
-<​p><​b>​dmls</​b>​ [<​b>​-1</​b>​] [<​b>​-a</​b>​] [<​b>​-A</​b>​] 
-[<​b>​-b</​b>​] [<​b>​-c</​b>​] [<​b>​-C</​b>​] [<​b>​-d</​b>​] [<​b>​-f</​b>​] 
-[<​b>​-F</​b>​] [<​b>​-g</​b>​] [<​b>​-h</​b>​] [<​b>​-i</​b>​] [<​b>​-k</​b>​] 
-[<​b>​-l</​b>​] [<​b>​-L</​b>​] [<​b>​-m</​b>​] [<​b>​-n</​b>​] [<​b>​-o</​b>​] 
-[<​b>​-p</​b>​] [<​b>​-q</​b>​] [<​b>​-r</​b>​] [<​b>​-R</​b>​] [<​b>​-s</​b>​] 
-[<​b>​-S</​b>​] [<​b>​-t</​b>​] [<​b>​-u</​b>​] [<​b>​-x</​b>​] 
-[<​i>​names</​i>​ ...]</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<a name="​IMPLEMENTATION"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​IMPLEMENTATION</​h2>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0"​ style="​text-align:​left">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​SGI systems licensed for the Data Migration Facility 
-(DMF) and systems functioning as DMF clients.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<a name="​DESCRIPTION"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​DESCRIPTION</​h2>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​The <​b>​dmls</​b>​ command lists each specified file or 
-directory path.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​For each directory argument, <​b>​dmls</​b>​ lists the 
-contents of the directory; for each file argument, 
-<​b>​dmls</​b>​ repeats the directory name and any other 
-information requested. The output is sorted alphabetically 
-by default. When you do not provide arguments, the current 
-directory is listed. When you provide several arguments, the 
-arguments are first sorted appropriately,​ but file arguments 
-appear before directories and their contents.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​See the ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES section for information on 
-how <​b>​dmls</​b>​ uses environment variables to display 
-output.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The <​b>​dmls</​b>​ command has three major listing formats. 
-The default format for output directed to a terminal is 
-multi-column with entries sorted vertically. The options 
-<​b>​-C</​b>​ and <​b>​-x</​b>​ enable multi-column formats; the 
-<​b>​-m</​b>​ option enables stream output format, in which 
-files are listed horizontally,​ separated by commas.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The <​b>​dmls</​b>​ command accepts the following 
-options:</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- TABS --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​4"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​Option</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​Description</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-1</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Lists one entry per line of output.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-a</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Lists all entries, including those that begin with a 
-period or dot character (<​b>​.</​b>​),​ which are normally not 
-listed.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-A</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Lists all entries except <​b>​.</​b>​ and <​b>​..</​b>​ .</p> 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-b</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Non-printable characters are printed as octal escapes. 
-All multibyte characters are considered printable.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-c</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Uses the time of last modification of the inode (file 
-created, mode changed, and so on) for sorting (when used 
-with <​b>​-t</​b>​) or printing (when used with <​b>​-l</​b>​).</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-C</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Lists entries in multi-column format with entries sorted 
-vertically. This is the default output format.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-d</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<p>If an argument is a directory, lists only its name (not 
-its contents); often used with <​b>​-l</​b>​ to obtain the 
-status of a directory.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-f</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Forces each argument to be interpreted as a directory 
-and lists the name found in each slot. This option turns off 
-<​b>​-l</​b>,​ <​b>​-r</​b>,​ <​b>​-s</​b>,​ and <​b>​-t</​b>,​ and turns on 
-<​b>​-a</​b>​. The order of printing is the order in which 
-entries appear in the directory.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-F</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Appends a character to each file name indicating the 
-file type. For regular files that are executable, appends an 
-asterisk (<​b>​*</​b>​). The file type indicators are a 
-backslash (<​b>/</​b>​) for directories,​ an at sign (<​b>​@</​b>​) 
-for symbolic links, an equal sign (<​b>​=</​b>​) for 
-<​b>​AF_UNIX</​b>​ address family sockets, and nothing for 
-regular files. Symbolic links are followed to see if they 
-might be a directory.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-g</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Like <​b>​-l</​b>,​ but does not list the owner of a file. 
-It does list mode, number of links, group, size in bytes, 
-and time of last modification for each file.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-h</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​When file sizes are printed, prints them in a format 
-that is easier to read for large files. The size consists of 
-the number of units followed by a unit specifier (<​b>​b</​b>​ 
-for bytes, <​b>​K</​b>​ for kilobytes, <​b>​M</​b>​ for megabytes, 
-<​b>​G</​b>​ for gigabytes, and so on.)</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-i</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​For each file, prints the inode number in the first 
-column of the report.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-k</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Modifies the <​b>​-s</​b>​ parameter to specify kilobyte 
-blocks. Overrides the <​b>​BLOCKSIZE</​b>​ environment 
-variable.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​8%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-l</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​5%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Lists file names in long format, giving mode, number of 
-links, owner, group, size in bytes, time of last 
-modification,​ and, in parentheses before the file name, the 
-DMF state.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​24%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​75%">​ 
-<p>On IRIX systems, if the file has an Access Control List 
-(ACL), the mode specification will be followed by a plus 
-sign (<​b>​+</​b>​). On Linux systems, if support for ACLs is 
-installed and the file has an access ACL that is not 
-equivalent to the file permission bits, or if it has a 
-default ACL, the mode specification will be followed by a 
-plus sign (<​b>​+</​b>​). If the file is a special file, the 
-size field contains the major and minor device numbers 
-rather than a size. If the file is a symbolic link, the file 
-name is printed followed by dash and greater than character 
-(<​b>​-&​gt;</​b>​) and the path name of the referenced file.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The state of DMF files can be as follows:</​p></​td>​ 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- TABS --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​4"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​REG</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​File not managed by DMF</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​MIG</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Migrating</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​ARC</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Archiving</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​DUL</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Dual-state</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​OFL</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Offline</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​UNM</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Unmigrating</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​NMG</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Nonmigratable file</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​PAR</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Partial-state file</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​N/​A</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​DMF cannot determine the file&​rsquo;​s state. This may be 
-because the file is not in a DMF-managed filesystem or 
-because an error occurred when attempting to retrieve the 
-file&​rsquo;​s state.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​INV</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The file is in an invalid state. That is, the 
-file&​rsquo;​s stat block contains fields that are 
-inconsistent with each other and so do not represent any 
-valid file state.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​19%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-L</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​1%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​67%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​When listing status, if an argument is a symbolic 
-link,</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​lists the status of the file or directory referenced by 
-the link rather than that of the link itself. This option 
-will have no effect if the <​i>​name</​i>​ argument has no 
-reference (that is, it is a dangling link).</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- TABS --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​4"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-m</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Stream output format; lists file names horizontally,​ 
-separated by commas.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-n</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Like <​b>​-l</​b>,​ but lists the owner&​rsquo;​s UID and 
-group&​rsquo;​s GID numbers rather than the associated 
-character strings.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-o</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Like <​b>​-l</​b>,​ but does not list the file&​rsquo;​s 
-group. It does list mode, number of links, owner, size in 
-bytes, and time of last modification for each file.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-p</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Appends a backslash (<​b>/</​b>​) after each file name if 
-the file is a directory.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-q</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Forces printing of nonprintable characters in file names 
-as the character question mark (<​b>?</​b>​). All multibyte 
-characters are considered printable.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-r</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Reverses the order of the <​b>​dmls</​b>​ sort to get 
-reverse alphabetic or oldest first order, as appropriate for 
-your other options.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-R</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Recursively lists subdirectories encountered.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-s</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Provides size in blocks, including indirect blocks, for 
-each entry. Holes in files are not included in the size. A 
-block is 1024 bytes.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-S</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Sort output by file size.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-t</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Sorts by time stamp (latest first) instead of by name. 
-The default is the last modification time. For more 
-information,​ see the <​b>​-u</​b>​ and <​b>​-c</​b>​ option 
-descriptions.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-u</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Sorts by time of last access instead of last 
-modification (when used with the <​b>​-t</​b>​ option) or 
-printing (when used with the <​b>​-l</​b>​ option).</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-x</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Lists files in multi-column format with entries sorted 
-horizontally rather than vertically.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​7%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​i>​names</​i></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​7%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​73%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Files to be listed. If no names are specified, 
-<​b>​dmls</​b>​ lists all files in the current directories.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​Specifying more than one of the options in the following 
-mutually exclusive pairs is not considered an error: 
-<​b>​-C</​b>​ and <​b>​-l</​b>​ (letter l), <​b>​-m</​b>​ and <​b>​-l</​b>​ 
-(letter l), <​b>​-x</​b>​ and <​b>​-l</​b>​ (letter l), <​b>​-C</​b>​ 
-and <​b>​-1</​b>​ (number one), <​b>​-c</​b>​ and <​b>​-u</​b>​. The 
-last option specified in each pair determines the output 
-format.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The mode printed under the <​b>​-l</​b>​ option consists of 
-11 possible characters. The first character is one of the 
-following:</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- TABS --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​5"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​b</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​8%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Block special file</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​33%">​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​c</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​8%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Character special file</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​33%">​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​d</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​8%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Directory</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​33%">​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​l</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​8%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Symbolic link</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​33%">​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​p</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​8%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​FIFO (named pipe) special file</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​33%">​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​S</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​8%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​AF_UNIX</​b>​ address family socket</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​33%">​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​8%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Regular file</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​33%">​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​The next 9 characters are interpreted as three sets of 3 
-bits each. The first set refers to the owner&​rsquo;​s 
-permissions,​ the next to permissions of others in the 
-user-group of the file, and the last to all others. Within 
-each set, the three characters indicate permission to read, 
-to write, and to execute the file as a program, 
-respectively. For a directory, execute permission is 
-interpreted as permission to search the directory for a 
-specified file.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Example:</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The command <​b>​dmls -l</​b>​ (the long list) prints its 
-output as follows:</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​pre><​b> ​    ​-rwxrwxrwx 1 u4710 dev     10876 2007-02-19 09:56 (REG) part2 
-</​b></​pre>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Reading from right to left, you see that the current 
-directory holds one file, named <​b>​part2</​b>​. The file has 
-the DMF state of <​b>​REG</​b>​. The last time that file&​rsquo;​s 
-contents were modified was 9:56 A.M. on February 19, 2007. 
-The file contains 10,876 bytes. The owner of the file, or 
-the user, belongs to the group <​b>​dev</​b>​ and has the login 
-name u4710. The number <​b>​1</​b>​ in the second column 
-indicates the number of links to file <​b>​part2</​b>​. The dash 
-and letters tell you that user, group, and others have 
-permissions to read, write, and execute <​b>​part2</​b>​.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The execute (<​b>​x</​b>​) symbol here occupies the third 
-position of the three-character sequence. A dash (<​b>​-</​b>​) 
-in the third position would indicate a denial of execution 
-permissions.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The permissions are indicated as follows:</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- TABS --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​4"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​r</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The file is readable.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​w</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The file is writable.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​x</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The file is executable.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​-</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The indicated permission is not granted.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​l</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Mandatory locking occurs during access (the set-group-ID 
-is on, and the group execution bit is off).</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​s</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The set-user-ID or set-group-ID bit is on, and the 
-corresponding user or group execution bit is also on.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​S</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Undefined bit-state (the set-user-ID bit is on and the 
-user execution bit is off).</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​t</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The 1000 (octal) bit, or sticky bit, is on and execution 
-is on. (See <​b>​chmod</​b>​(1) for more information).</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​1%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>​T</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​82%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​The 1000 bit is turned on, and execution is off 
-(undefined bit-state)</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​For user and group permissions,​ the third position is 
-sometimes occupied by a character other than <​b>​x</​b>​ or 
-<​b>​-</​b>​. The letter <​b>​s</​b>​ may also occupy this position; 
-it refers to the state of the set-ID bit, whether it be the 
-user&​rsquo;​s or the group&​rsquo;​s. The ability to assume the 
-same ID as the user during execution is, for example, used 
-during login when you begin as <​b>​root</​b>​ but must assume 
-the identity of the user given at login.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<p>In the case of the sequence of group permissions,​ 
-<​b>​l</​b>​ may occupy the third position. <​b>​l</​b>​ refers to 
-mandatory file and record locking. This permission describes 
-a file&​rsquo;​s ability to allow other processes to lock its 
-reading or writing permissions during access.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​For other permissions,​ the third position may be occupied 
-by <​b>​t</​b>​ or <​b>​T</​b>​. These refer to the state of the 
-sticky bit and execution permissions.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<a name="​NOTES"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​NOTES</​h2>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​Unprintable characters in file names may confuse the 
-columnar output options.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The total block count will be incorrect if there are hard 
-links among the files.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​The <​b>​dmls</​b>​ command was rewritten in DMF 3.7.0. As a 
-result of the rewrite, the following <​b>​dmls</​b>​ options 
-were removed : D, H, M, O, P, T, v. On IRIX and SGI ProPack 
-on SGI Altix ia64 systems, please see the <​b>​sgi_dmls</​b>​(1) 
-man page for more information about these options.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<a name="​ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES</​h2>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​The <​b>​dmls</​b>​ command uses supplementary code set 
-characters according to the location specified in the 
-<​b>​LC_CTYPE</​b>​ and <​b>​LC_COLLATE</​b>​ environment variables, 
-except as noted under the <​b>​-b</​b>​ and <​b>​-q</​b>​ options. 
-See the <​b>​environ</​b>​(5) man page for more information.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<p>To determine output formats for the <​b>​-C</​b>,​ <​b>​-x</​b>,​ 
-and <​b>​-m</​b>​ options, <​b>​dmls</​b>​ uses the <​b>​COLUMNS</​b>​ 
-environment variable to determine the number of positions 
-available on one output line. If this variable is not set, 
-and the output is directed to a terminal, the number of 
-positions is obtained from the terminal device. If this 
-information cannot be obtained, <​b>​dmls</​b>​ assumes 80 
-columns.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<a name="​EXAMPLES"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​EXAMPLES</​h2>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
-<​p>​The first example shows how you can use <​b>​dmls</​b>​ to 
-display migrated files. The remaining examples are general 
-<​b>​ls</​b>​ examples.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Example 1: The following command displays the files in 
-directory <​b>/​dmi4/​kfr</​b>​. The listing indicates offline 
-and dual-state files as well as files that are currently 
-unmigrating:</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​pre><​b> ​    #</​b>​ <​b>​dmls -l /dmi4/kfr 
-</​b> ​    total 68584 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 16373855 2006-07-22 15:01 (OFL) dmf_tst.00005 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 26362860 2006-07-22 15:02 (OFL) dmf_tst.00015 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 36199305 2006-07-22 15:03 (OFL) dmf_tst.00025 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 39310090 2006-07-22 15:04 (OFL) dmf_tst.00035 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 51488786 2006-07-22 15:06 (OFL) dmf_tst.00045 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 16373855 2006-07-22 15:52 (OFL) dmf_tst.00163 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 36199305 2006-07-22 15:53 (UNM) dmf_tst.00183 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 39310090 2006-07-22 15:55 (OFL) dmf_tst.00193 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 17829904 2006-07-22 15:59 (UNM) dmf_tst.00223 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 14572782 2006-07-22 16:06 (UNM) dmf_tst.00233 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 16373855 2006-07-22 16:08 (OFL) dmf_tst.00246 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 27294750 2006-07-22 17:12 (DUL) dmf_tst.00606 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 72121722 2006-07-22 17:17 (OFL) dmf_tst.00616 
-     ​-rw-r--r-- 1 kfr   ​sys ​ 22807602 2006-07-22 17:24 (DUL) dmf_tst.00636 
-</​pre>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Example 2: The following is an example of a file&​rsquo;​s 
-permissions. The file is readable, writable, and executable 
-by the user and readable by the group and others.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​pre><​b> ​    ​-rwxr--r-- 
-</​b></​pre>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Example 3: The following example shows a file that is 
-readable, writable, and executable by the user, readable and 
-executable by the group and others, and allows its user ID 
-to be assumed, during execution, by the user presently 
-executing it.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​pre><​b> ​    ​-rwsr-xr-x 
-</​b></​pre>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Example 4: The following file permission example shows 
-that the file is writable only by the user and the group and 
-can be locked during access.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​pre><​b> ​    ​-rw-rwl--- 
-</​b></​pre>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Example 5: The following command line prints the names of 
-all files in the current directory, including those that 
-begin with a dot (<​b>​.</​b>​),​ which normally do not 
-print.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​pre><​b> ​    ls -a 
-</​b></​pre>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​p>​Example 6: The following command line provides 
-information on all files, including those that begin with a 
-dot (<​b>​.</​b>​) because the <​b>​-a</​b>​ option is specified. 
-The inode number of the file is printed in the left-hand 
-column (<​b>​-i</​b>​);​ the size (in blocks) of the files is 
-printed in the column to the right of the inode numbers 
-(<​b>​-s</​b>​);​ and the report is displayed in the numeric 
-version of the long list, printing the UID (instead of user 
-name) and GID (instead of group name) numbers associated 
-with the files(<​b>​-n</​b>​). When the sizes of the files in a 
-directory are listed, a total count of blocks, including 
-indirect blocks, excluding holes, is printed.</​p>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<​pre><​b> ​    ls -aisn 
-</​b></​pre>​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<a name="​FILES"></​a>​ 
-<​h2>​FILES</​h2>​ 
-<!-- TABS --> 
- 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​5"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​16%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>/​etc/​passwd</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​23%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​User IDs for <b>ls -l</​b>​ and <b>ls -o</​b>​.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%">​ 
-</td> 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​11%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​16%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>/​etc/​group</​b></​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​23%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​44%">​ 
- 
-<​p>​Group IDs for <b>ls -l and ls -g</​b>​.</​p>​ 
-</td> 
-<td width="​4%">​ 
-</td> 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​10%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​89%">​ 
- 
-<​p><​b>/​usr/​lib/​locale/​locale/​LC_MESSAGES/​uxcore.abi</​b></​p></​td>​ 
-</​table>​ 
-<!-- INDENTATION --> 
-<table width="​100%"​ border=0 rules="​none"​ frame="​void"​ 
-       ​cols="​2"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0">​ 
-<tr valign="​top"​ align="​left">​ 
-<td width="​33%"></​td>​ 
-<td width="​66%">​ 
-<​p>​Language-specific message file. [See <​b>​LANG</​b>​ on 
-<​b>​environ</​b>​(5).]</​p>​ 
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-<​p>​Copyright (c) 2007 SGI. All rights reserved.</​p>​ 
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-<​p>​Copyright (c) 1989, 1993 The Regents of the University of 
-California. All rights reserved.</​p>​ 
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-<​p><​b>​dmfind</​b>​(1) and <​b>​dmattr</​b>​(1) for information 
-about obtaining the DMF state of files</​p>​ 
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-<​p><​b>​chmod</​b>​(1) for more information about file 
-permissions</​p>​ 
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