fnlookup - display the reference bound to an FNS name
fnlookup [-ALv] composite_name
fnlookup displays the binding of composite_name.
-A Consult the authoritative source for information.
-L If the composite name is bound to an XFN link, display
the reference that the link is bound to. Without the
-L option, fnlookup displays the XFN link.
-v Display the binding in detail. For onc_fn_* refer-
ences, this option is useful to derive the name of the
NIS+ table that stores the reference for
composite_name and a string representation of the
reference, if applicable.
The following operand is supported:
An FNS named object.
Example 1: Examples of the fnlookup command.
In the following example, the command
eg% fnlookup user/jsmith/service/calendar
shows the reference to which the name
user/jsmith/service/calendar, that refers to the calendar of
user jsmith, is bound.
In the next example, the command
eg% fnlookup user/jsmith/service
shows the reference to which the name user/jsmith/service,
that refers to the service context of user jsmith, is bound.
If this is bound to an XFN link, then
eg% fnlookup -L user/jsmith/service
displays the reference to which this link is bound.
0 Operation was successful.
1 Operation failed.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attri-
| ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE |
| Availability | SUNWfns |
fnbind(1), fnlist(1), fnunbind(1), fncreate(1M),
fndestroy(1M), xfn_links(3XFN), attributes(5), fns(5),
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