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ttcp ()
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    NAME
         ttcp - copy files and inform the ToolTalk service
    
    SYNOPSIS
         ttcp [-pL] filename1 filename2
    
         ttcp -r [-pL] directory1 directory2
    
         ttcp [-prL] filename ...  directory
    
         ttcp -h | -v
    
    DESCRIPTION
         The ttcp utility invokes the cp(1) utility to copy files and
         directories, and informs ToolTalk about its actions so that
         the ToolTalk objects associated with those files and direc-
         tories can also be copied.
    
    OPTIONS
         The following options are available:
    
            -h    Write a help message for invoking ttcp and then
                  exit.
    
            -L    Copy the ToolTalk objects of the files, but do not
                  invoke cp(1) to copy the actual files.
    
            -p    Preserve.  Invoke cp(1) with the -p option, which
                  duplicates not only the contents of the original
                  files or directories, but also the modification
                  time and permission modes.  The modification times
                  of ToolTalk objects are preserved only if the
                  invoking process has appropriate privileges.
                  (Super-user permissions are required.)
    
            -r    Recursively copy the ToolTalk objects of any direc-
                  tories named, along with their files (including any
                  subdirectories and their files), and pass the -r
                  option to cp(1).
    
            -v    Write the version number of ttcp and then exit.
    
         The -f, -i or -R options to cp(1) are not supported.
    
    OPERANDS
         The following operands are supported:
    
            filename
    
            filename1
                  A pathname of a file to be copied.
    
            filename2
                  A pathname of an existing or nonexisting file, used
                  for the output when a single file is copied.
    
            directory
    
            directory2
                  A pathname of a directory to contain the copied
                  files.
    
            directory1
                  A pathname of a file hierarchy to be copied with
                  -r.
    
    STDIN
         Not used.
    
    INPUT FILES
         The input files specified as operands can be of any file
         type.
    
    ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
         The following environment variables affect the execution of
         ttcp:
    
            LANG           Provide a default value for the interna-
                           tionalization variables that are unset or
                           null.  If LANG is unset or null, the
                           corresponding value from the
                           implementation-specific default locale
                           will be used.  If any of the internation-
                           alization variables contains an invalid
                           setting, the utility behaves as if none of
                           the variables had been defined.
    
            LC_ALL         If set to a non-empty string value, over-
                           ride the values of all the other interna-
                           tionalization variables.
    
            LC_MESSAGES    Determine the locale that is used to
                           affect the format and contents of diagnos-
                           tic messages written to standard error and
                           informative messages written to standard
                           output.
    
            NLSPATH        Determine the location of message catalo-
                           gues for the processing of LC_MESSAGES.
    
    RESOURCES
         None.
    
    
    ASYNCHRONOUS EVENTS
         The ttcp utility takes the standard action for all signals.
    
    STDOUT
         When the -h option is used, ttcp writes to standard output a
         help message in an unspecified format.
    
         When the -v option is used, ttcp writes to standard output a
         version number in an unspecified format.
    
    STDERR
         Used only for diagnostic messages.
    
    OUTPUT FILES
         The output files can be of any type.
    
    EXTENDED DESCRIPTION
         None.
    
    EXIT STATUS
         The following exit values are returned:
    
             0  All files and ToolTalk objects were copied success-
                fully.
    
            >0  An error occurred or the invoked cp(1) command exited
                with a non-zero value.
    
    CONSEQUENCES OF ERRORS
         Default.
    
    FILES
         /mountpoint/TT_DB   The directory used as a database for the
                             ToolTalk objects of files in the file
                             system mounted at /mountpoint.
    
    APPLICATION USAGE
         None.
    
    EXAMPLES
         None.
    
    SEE ALSO
         cp(1), ttmv(1), tttar(1), ttsession(1).
    
    
    
    


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