The fnbind utility binds the reference named by name to the name new_name. The second synopsis of fnbind (uses the -r option) allows the binding of new_name to the reference constructed using arguments supplied in the command line.
The following options are supported:
Bind to new_name even if it is already bound. If this option is omitted, fnbind fails if new_name is already bound.
Display the reference being bound to new_name.
Create an XFN link using name and bind it to new_name.
Create a reference using ref_type as the reference's type, and one or more pairs of addr_type and addr_contents as the reference's list of addresses, and bind this reference to new_name. Unless the -O or -U options are used, FN_ID_STRING is used as the identifier format for ref_type and addr_type. Unless the -c or -x options are used, addr_contents is stored as an XDR-encoded string.
Store addr_contents in the given form; do not use XDR-encoding.
addr_contents specifies a hexadecimal string. Convert it to its hexidecimal representation and store it; do not use XDR-encoding.
The identifier format is FN_ID_ISO_OID_STRING, an ASN.1 dot-separated integer list string.
The identifier format is FN_ID_DCE_UUID, a DCE UUID in string form.
example% fnbind -s thisorgunit/service/printer thisorgunit/service/pr
binds the name thisorgunit/service/pr to the reference named by thisorgunit/service/printer. Any reference bound to thisorgunit/service/pr is overwritten.
example% fnbind -L thisorgunit/service/printer thisorgunit/service/pr
binds the name thisorgunit/service/pr to the XFN link constructed using the name thisorgunit/service/printer .
example% fnbind -r thisorgunit/service/calendar SUNW_cal \ SUNW_cal_deskset_onc staff@exodus
binds the name thisorgunit/service/calendar to the reference with reference type SUNW_cal and address type SUNW_cal_deskset_onc, and address contents of staff@exodus.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
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