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Privilege(3PERL)

Name

Privilege - Perl interface to Privileges

Synopsis

use Sun::Solaris::Privilege qw(:ALL);

Description

This module provides wrappers for the Privilege-related system and library calls. Also provided are constants from the various Privilege-related headers and dynamically-generated constants for all the privileges and privilege sets.

Constants

PRIV_STR_SHORT, PRIV_STR_LIT, PRIV_STR_PORT, PRIV_ON, PRIV_OFF, PRIV_SET, PRIV_AWARE, and PRIV_DEBUG.

Functions

getppriv($which)

This function returns the process privilege set specified by $which.

setppriv($op, $which, $set)

This function modified the privilege set specified by $which in the as specified by the $op and $set arguments. If $op is PRIV_ON, the privileges in $set are added to the set specified. If $op is PRIV_OFF, the privileges in $set are removed from the set specified. If $op is PRIV_SET, the specified set is made equal to $set.

getpflags($flag)

This function returns the value associated with process $flag or undef on error. Possible values for $flag are PRIV_AWARE and PRIV_DEBUG.

setppflags($flag, $val)

This function sets the process flag $flag to $val.

priv_fillset()

This function returns a new privilege set with all privileges set.

priv_emptyset()

This function returns a new empty privilege set.

priv_isemptyset($set)

This function returns whether or not $set is empty.

priv_isfullset($set)

This function returns whether or not $set is full.

priv_isequalset($a, $b)

This function returns whether sets $a and $b are equal.

priv_issubset($a, $b)

This function returns whether set $a is a subset of $b.

priv_ismember($set, $priv)

This function returns whether $priv is a member of $set.

priv_ineffect($priv)

This function returned whether $priv is in the process's effective set.

priv_intersect($a, $b)

This function returns a new privilege set which is the intersection of $a and $b.

priv_union($a, $b)

This function returns a new privilege set which is the union of $a and $b.

priv_inverse($a)

This function returns a new privilege set which is the inverse of $a.

priv_addset($set, $priv)

This function adds the privilege $priv to $set.

priv_copyset($a)

This function returns a copy of the privilege set $a.

priv_delset($set, $priv)

This function remove the privilege $priv from $set.

Class methods

None.

Object methods

None.

Exports

By default nothing is exported from this module. The following tags can be used to selectively import constants and functions defined in this module:

:SYSCALLS

getppriv(), setppriv()

:LIBCALLS

priv_addset(), priv_copyset(), priv_delset(), priv_emptyset(), priv_fillset(), priv_intersect(), priv_inverse(), priv_isemptyset(), priv_isequalset(), priv_isfullset(), priv_ismember(), priv_issubset(), priv_gettext(), priv_union(), priv_set_to_str(), priv_str_to_set()

:CONSTANTS

PRIV_STR_SHORT, PRIV_STR_LIT, PRIV_STR_PORT, PRIV_ON, PRIV_OFF, PRIV_SET, PRIV_AWARE, PRIV_DEBUG, plus constants for all privileges and privilege sets.

:VARIABLES

%PRIVILEGES, %PRIVSETS

:ALL

:SYSCALLS, :LIBCALLS, :CONSTANTS, :VARIABLES

Attributes

See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:

ATTRIBUTE TYPE
ATTRIBUTE VALUE
Availability
library/perl-5/sun-solaris
Interface Stability
Committed

See Also

getpflags(2), getppriv(2), priv_addset(3C), priv_set(3C), priv_str_to_set(3C), attributes(7), privileges(7)