rpc.cmsd(1) USER COMMANDS rpc.cmsd(1)NAME
cmsd, rpc.cmsd - calendar manager service daemon
rpc.cmsd [-c] [-d] [-s]
The rpc.cmsd is a small database manager for appointment
and resource-scheduling data. Its primary client is dtcm
a productivity tool included with CDE. rpc.cmsd is
normally invoked by inetd(1M) when a dtcm request is
The following options are available:
-c Turns off GMT calendar mode for compatibility with
-d Enables debugging output.
-s Runs rpc.cmsd in the foreground. This option
should be used when rpc.cmsd is invoked manually
for debugging purposes.
The database format used by the rpc.cmsd is private.
When the -d option is used, rpc.cmsd writes the debugging
information to stdout.
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rpc.cmsd(1) USER COMMANDS rpc.cmsd(1)EXTENDED DESCRIPTION
When the process exits, rpc.cmsd exits with the status of
the exited child. Otherwise, the following exit values are
0 Normal termination. A zero exit status means
rpc.cmsd has received a HUP signal, and terminated
-1 Abnormal termination. Permissions on the database
file or directory were incorrect.
1 RPC memory managment errors have prevented successful
operation, a socket operation failed in a nonrecover-
able way, or could not create a udp service.
2 Could not create a TLI connnection.
3 Could not register the service.
CONSEQUENCES OF ERRORS
The rpc.cmsd utility takes the standard action for all sig-
To run rpc.cmsd in standalone mode, the user must be root.
SEE ALSOdtcm(1), dtcm_lookup(1), dtcm_delete(1), dtcm_insert(1),
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