Viewing Streams (pstat -S for Solaris 2.X)?

Viewing Streams (pstat -S for Solaris 2.X)?

Post by Ken Mandelbe » Tue, 08 Sep 1998 04:00:00

SunOS 4.x provides an easy way to look at all the assembled
streams, defining the components of each. This is "pstat -S".

Does anyone know of any way to get the same info on Solaris 2.X?


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