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IBM Corporation Conformance Statement

Product Standard: Commands and Utilities V4

Organization IBM Corporation
Author William Toth


1. Commands and Utilities V4

Product Information

Product IdentificationVersion/Release NumberProduct Supplier
1. AIX 5L for POWER V5.3 (PID 5765-G03) Version 5, Release 3, Modification 0, dated 7-2006 or later International Business Machine Corporation 

Environment Specification

Testing Environment Binary-compatible Family Portability Environment Indicator of Compliance Compliance Details
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IBM pSeries UNIX System: Model 44P-170.
HARDWARE: Systems using CHRP system architecture with POWER(tm) processors and 2, 8 or 128 port async cards. SOFTWARE: AIX 5L for POWER Version 5.3 dated 7-2006 or later with XL C/C++ 8.0, installed on JFS2 filesystems and running 32bit(ILP32_OFF32) mode on AIX's 64 bit kernel
Internationalised System Calls and Libraries Extended V3 Test Report from Test Suite Test Suite: VSC 5.2.7
Test Report: OSCC-CTR-12-XCU

Temporary Waivers

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1.1 POSIX.2 Supported Features

Question 1: Which of the following options, specified in the <unistd.h> header, are available on the system?

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1.2 Development Utilities

1.2.1 Supported Commands

Question 2: Is the XSI Development Utilities option supported by this implementation?

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1.3 FORTRAN Option

1.3.1 FORTRAN Utility

Question 3: Is the FORTRAN fort77 utility provided?

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1.4 Specific Commands and Utilities

1.4.1 at

Question 4: How does the at command interpret a non-null SHELL environment variable?

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1.4.2 awk

Question 5: What is the limit on the number of open streams provided by awk?

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1.4.3 batch

Question 6: How does the batch command interpret a non-null SHELL environment variable?

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1.4.4 c99

Question 7: Which defined names are automatically provided by the compiler?

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Question 8: When multiple input files are specified, where does c99 direct identification messages designating the start of each input file processing?

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Question 9: What are the limits associated with external symbols imposed by c99?

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1.4.5 chown

Question 10: Does the implementation support user and group IDs for symbolic links?

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1.4.6 cp

Question 11: What is the affect of alternate access control mechanisms on file copies?

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1.4.7 date

Question 12: Does date permit the setting of the date and time?

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1.4.8 ex

Question 13: What restrictions are imposed on the set of commands within the rhs of the map command?

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1.4.9 fc

Question 14: Is the history list mechanism disabled for users with appropriate privileges who do not set HISTFILE?

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1.4.10 fort77

Question 15: When multiple input files are specified, where does fort77 direct identification messages designating the start of each input file processing?

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Question 16: What are the limits associated with external symbols imposed by fort77?

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1.4.11 lex

Question 17: Where are error messages sent when the lex -t option is not specified?

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1.4.12 ln

Question 18: Can ln create links to a directory?

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1.4.13 localedef

Question 19: What is the default character mapping used when the localedef -f option is not specified?

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1.4.14 lp

Question 20: What lp option or operator command is used to suppress the printing of a banner page?

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1.4.15 ls

Question 21: How many bytes are in a block as reported by ls?

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1.4.16 make

Question 22: What additional variables does make add to its environment?

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Question 23: Does the default MAKEFLAGS environment variable contain additional implementation-defined options?

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1.4.17 newgrp

Question 24: Does newgrp allow users who are not listed as a member of a group which has no password to change to that group?

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Question 25: Are there any other implementation-defined authorization restrictions that affect newgrp?

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1.4.18 nice and renice

Question 26: What are the limits and default values used by nice and renice?

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1.4.19 pax

Question 27: What is the default archive format used by pax?

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Question 28: How does pax handle reading and writing of archives that span multiple files?

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Question 29: How does pax handle invalid filenames when it is extracting files from an archive?

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1.4.20 printf

Question 30: Does printf support the e, E, f, g, and G floating point conversion specifications?

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1.4.21 sh

Question 31: Is the environment variable IFS ignored when the shell is invoked?

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1.4.22 touch

Question 32: What is the latest date after the Epoch that can be used by touch?

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1.4.23 yacc

Question 33: What are the limits of yacc's internal tables?

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1.5 C-language Programming Environments

1.5.1 Supported Environments

Question 34: What C-language programming environments are provided?

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1.5.2 Default Environment

Question 35: What C-language programming environment is the default?

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1.6 Batch Environment Services Option

1.6.1 Batch Job Attributes

Question 36: Does qalter attempt to alter the attributes of a batch job in the RUNNING state?

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1.6.2 Batch Job Hold Types

Question 37: Does the implementation define other hold types for the qalter , qhold, qrls and qselect utilities?

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1.6.3 Batch Job Join Types

Question 38: Does the implementation define other join types for the qalter and qsub utilities ?

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1.6.4 Batch Job Keep Types

Question 39: Does the implementation define other keep types for the qalter and qsub utilities?

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1.6.5 Batch Job Mail Types

Question 40: Does the implementation define other mail types for the qalter and qsub utilties?

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1.6.6 Mail Address Interpretation

Question 41: How do the qalter and qsub utilities interpret the mail_address argument to the -M option?

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1.6.7 Locating a Batch Job on Other Servers

Question 42: Does the qalter utility attempt to locate a batch job on other servers?

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1.6.8 Output of Diagnostic Messages

Question 43: Do the qdel,qhold,qmove,qmsg,qrerun,qrls,qsig and qstat utilities wait to output a diagnostic message while attempting to locate a job on other servers?

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1.6.9 Implementation-defined File for qmsg

Question 44: What is the name and location of the implementation-defined file that the qmsg utility writes the message to if neither -O nor the -E options are specified?

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1.6.10 Matching Job_Name Attribute For qselect

Question 45: What is the format that the qselect utility supports for matching against the Job_Name attribute for the -N option?

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1.6.11 Default Batch Server For qselect

Question 46: How does the qselect utility determine the default batch server?

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1.6.12 Implementation-defined Information for the -f option to qstat

Question 47: What additional implementation-defined information, if any, about the batch job or batch queue are displayed for the -f option to the qstat utility?

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1.6.13 Priority Attribute For -p Option To qsub

Question 48: What is the value of the Priority attribute if the -p option is not presented to the qsub utility?

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1.6.14 Default Destination for qsub

Question 49: What is the default destination if the -q option is not presented to the qsub utility?

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1.6.15 Default Shell for qsub

Question 50: What is the mechanism for setting and determining the value of the default shell for the qsub utility?

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1.6.16 Shell Script Format for qsub

Question 51: What is the format of shell commments recognized by the qsub utility for the script file argument?

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Copyright © 2006 International Business Machine Corp.
All rights reserved.


2. Change History

DateNameComment
03-Aug-2006 William L. Toth UNIX03 Submission for the 8-2006 AIX V5.3 release 
09-Sep-2004 William L. Toth Initial UNIX03 Submission on the 8-2004 AIX V5.2 release 

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