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set directory to skulk(1m)												set directory to skulk(1m)

set directory to skulk - Starts the skulk of a directory immediately SYNOPSIS
cdscp set directory directory-name to skulk ARGUMENTS
The full name of the directory. DESCRIPTION
The set directory to skulk command starts the skulk of a directory immediately. The CDS control program prompt cdscp> does not return until the skulk is complete. The amount of time for the skulk to complete is dependent on the location, number, and availability of repli- cas of the directory. Privilege Required You must have administer, write, insert, or delete permission to the directory. The server principal needs administer, read, and write permission to the directory. NOTE
This command is replaced at Revision 1.1 by the dcecp command and may not be provided in future releases of DCE. EXAMPLE
The following command initiates a skulk on the /.:/admin directory: cdscp> set directory /.:/admin to skulk RELATED INFORMATION
Commands: add directory(1m), create directory(1m), delete directory(1m), list directory(1m), remove directory(1m), set directory to new epoch(1m), show directory(1m) set directory to skulk(1m)

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