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acc(4) [bsd man page]

ACC(4)							     Kernel Interfaces Manual							    ACC(4)

NAME
acc - ACC LH/DH IMP interface SYNOPSIS
/sys/conf/SYSTEM: NACC 0 # ACC LH/DH ARPAnet IMP interface PLI YES # LH/DH is connected to a PLI DESCRIPTION
The acc device provides a Local Host/Distant Host interface to an IMP. It is normally used when participating in the DARPA Internet. The controller itself is not accessible to users, but instead provides the hardware support to the IMP interface described in imp(4). When configuring, the imp(NIMP) pseudo-device must also be included. DIAGNOSTICS
acc%d: not alive. The initialization routine was entered even though the device did not autoconfigure. This indicates a system problem. acc%d: can't initialize. Insufficient UNIBUS resources existed to initialize the device. This is likely to occur when the device is run on a buffered data path on an 11/750 and other network interfaces are also configured to use buffered data paths, or when it is configured to use buffered data paths on an 11/730 (which has none). acc%d: imp doesn't respond, icsr=%b. The driver attempted to initialize the device, but the IMP failed to respond after 500 tries. Check the cabling. acc%d: stray xmit interrupt, csr=%b. An interrupt occurred when no output had previously been started. acc%d: output error, ocsr=%b, icsr=%b. The device indicated a problem sending data on output. acc%d: input error, csr=%b. The device indicated a problem receiving data on input. acc%d: bad length=%d. An input operation resulted in a data transfer of less than 0 or more than 1008 bytes of data into memory (according to the word count register). This should never happen as the maximum size of a host-IMP message is 1008 bytes. 3rd Berkeley Distribution July 26, 1987 ACC(4)

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IDFETCH(1)						     NCBI Tools User's Manual							IDFETCH(1)

NAME
idfetch - retrieve biological data from the NCBI ID1 server SYNOPSIS
idfetch [-] [-F str] [-G filename] [-Q filename] [-c N] [-d str] [-e N] [-f str] [-g N] [-i N] [-l filename] [-n] [-o filename] [-q str] [-s str] [-t N] DESCRIPTION
idfetch is a client for NCBI's ID1 server, which contains a large database of annotated biological sequences. OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below. - Print usage message -F str Add the specified feature types (comma-delimited); allowed values are CDD, SNP, SNP_graph, MGC, HPRD, STS, tRNA, and microRNA. -G filename File with list of GIs, (versioned) accessions, FASTA SeqIDs to dump -Q filename Generate GI list by Entrez query in filename; requires -dn or -dp. -c N Max complexity: 0 get the whole blob (default) 1 get the bioseq of interest 2 get the minimal bioseq-set containing the bioseq of interest 3 get the minimal nuc-prot containing the bioseq of interest 4 get the minimal pub-set containing the bioseq of interest -d str Database to use (with -q, can be either n for nucleotides or p for proteins). -e N Entity number (retrieval number) to dump -f str Flattened SeqId. Possible formats: type([name][,[accession][,[release][,version]]]) as '5(HUMHBB)' type=accession type:number (type is a number indicating the ASN.1 Seq-id subtype.) -g N GI id for single Entity to dump -i N Type of lookup: 0 get Seq-entry (default) 1 get GI state (output to stderr) 2 get SeqIds 3 get GI history (sequence change only) 4 get revision history (any change to ASN.1) -l filename Log file -n Output only the list of GIs (with -q and -Q). -o filename Filename for output (default = stdout) -q str Generate gi list by Entrez query. Requires -dn or -dp. -s str FASTA style SeqId ENCLOSED IN QUOTES. Formats: lcl|int or str bbs|int bbm|int gb|acc|loc emb|acc|loc pir|acc|name sp|acc|name pat|country|patent|seq gi|int dbj|acc|loc prf|acc|name pdb|entry|chain -t N Output type: 1 text ASN.1 (default) 2 binary ASN.1 3 GenBank (Seq-entry only) 4 GenPept (Seq-entry only) 5 FASTA (table for history) 6 quality scores (Seq-entry only) 7 Entrez DocSums 8 FASTA reverse complement AUTHOR
The National Center for Biotechnology Information. NCBI
2011-09-02 IDFETCH(1)

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