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User Commands CLUE(1)
clue - request a clue locally, remotely or globally
clue [-frtv9GW] [user...]
clue requests a clue for the local user (default) or for a
remote user through the Clue Request Broker /etc/clue/crb.
Persistent clue requests are maintained in /etc/cluetab and
are executed by the clue daemon, started from
/etc/init.d/clued, at scheduled intervals defined in the
-f Force clue propagation. If the braind associated with
the user's uid is in a zombie state, this option sends
a SIGHUP to the user's brain daemon and requests a
Recursively propagate across a subdomain or domain,
such as corporate.smike.com. Depending on the size of
the domain and density of the users, this option may
take quite a while to complete. Note that certain
domains, particularly the .gov top-level domain, may
invalidate clues faster than they can be propagated.
-t Today. Request clue propagation as soon as possible.
-v Verbose. Display the clue to the user's tty. A copy is
written to /var/adm/cluelog or the syslog server. Also
redirects /opt/clue/derr.au to /dev/audio.
-9 Force a braind SIGHUP utilizing the STDBFH
/dev/bighammer by calling touch(1).
Group clue request. Issue a clue request to an entire
group or organization. May be used globally. Compati-
ble with LDAP, NIS and NIS+.
-W Issue a Whiskey Tango Foxtrot request to the user.
Requests are resent every 60 seconds until a WTFack is
clued(1), cluetab(1), crb(1), duh(1), windowsuser(1)
clue must include -9 when the "-G marketing" option is used.
Source for clue is available in the SMIKEutil package.
SunOS 5.9 Last change:
Click here to download the nroff file for the clue utility man page.
Drop it in /usr/share/man/man1 and chmod to 444.