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	@(#)syscalls.master	7.26 (Berkeley) 3/25/91
; System call name/number master file.
; Processed to created init_sysent.c, syscalls.c and syscall.h.

; Columns: number type nargs name altname/comments
;	number	system call number, must be in order
;	type	one of STD, OBSOL, UNIMPL, COMPAT
;	nargs	number of arguments
;	name	name of syscall routine
;	altname	name of system call if different
;		for UNIMPL/OBSOL, name continues with comments

; types:
;	STD	always included
;	COMPAT	included on COMPAT #ifdef
;	LIBCOMPAT included on COMPAT #ifdef, and placed in syscall.h
;	OBSOL	obsolete, not included in system, only specifies name
;	UNIMPL	not name="implemented"implemented, placeholder only

; #ifdef's, etc. may be included, and are copied to the output files.

; Reserved/unimplemented system calls in the range 0-150 inclusive
; are reserved for use in future Berkeley releases.
; Additional system calls implemented in vendor and other
; redistributions should be placed in the reserved range at the end
; of the current calls.

0	UNIMPL	0 indir or out-of-range
1	STD	1 rexit exit
2	STD	0 fork
3	STD	3 read
4	STD	3 write
5	STD	3 open
6	STD	1 close
7	STD	4 wait4
8	COMPAT	2 creat
9	STD	2 link
10	STD	1 unlink
11	OBSOL	2 execv
12	STD	1 chdir
13	STD	1 fchdir
14	STD	3 mknod
15	STD	2 chmod
16	STD	3 chown
17	STD	1 obreak break
18	STD	3 getfsstat
19	STD	3 lseek
20	STD	0 getpid
21	STD	4 mount
22	STD	2 unmount
23	STD	1 setuid
24	STD	0 getuid
25	STD	0 geteuid
26	STD	4 ptrace
27	STD	3 recvmsg
28	STD	3 sendmsg
29	STD	6 recvfrom
30	STD	3 accept
31	STD	3 getpeername
32	STD	3 getsockname
33	STD	2 saccess access
34	STD	2 chflags
35	STD	2 fchflags
36	STD	0 sync
37	STD	2 kill
38	STD	2 stat
39	STD	0 getppid
40	STD	2 lstat
41	STD	2 dup
42	STD	0 pipe
43	STD	0 getegid
44	STD	4 profil
#ifdef KTRACE
45	STD	4 ktrace
#else
45	UNIMPL	0 ktrace
#endif
46	STD	3 sigaction
47	STD	0 getgid
48	STD	2 sigprocmask
49	STD	2 getlogin
50	STD	1 setlogin
51	STD	1 sysacct acct
52	STD	0 sigpending
#ifdef notyet
53	STD	3 sigaltstack
#else
53	UNIMPL	3 sigaltstack
#endif
54	STD	3 ioctl
55	STD	1 reboot
56	STD	1 revoke
57	STD	2 symlink
58	STD	3 readlink
59	STD	3 execve
60	STD	1 umask
61	STD	1 chroot
62	STD	2 fstat
63	STD	4 getkerninfo
64	STD	0 getpagesize
65	STD	2 msync
66	STD	0 vfork
67	OBSOL	0 vread
68	OBSOL	0 vwrite
69	STD	1 sbrk
70	STD	1 sstk
71	STD	6 smmap mmap
72	STD	1 ovadvise vadvise
73	STD	2 munmap
74	STD	3 mprotect
75	STD	3 madvise
76	OBSOL	0 vhangup
77	OBSOL	0 vlimit
78	STD	3 mincore
79	STD	2 getgroups
80	STD	2 setgroups
81	STD	1 getpgrp
82	STD	2 setpgid
83	STD	3 setitimer
84	COMPAT	0 wait
85	STD	1 swapon
86	STD	2 getitimer
87	STD	2 gethostname
88	STD	2 sethostname
89	STD	0 getdtablesize
90	STD	2 dup2
91	UNIMPL	2 getdopt
92	STD	3 fcntl
93	STD	5 select
94	UNIMPL	2 setdopt
95	STD	1 fsync
96	STD	3 setpriority
97	STD	3 socket
98	STD	3 connect
99	COMPAT	3 accept
100	STD	2 getpriority
101	COMPAT	4 send
102	COMPAT	4 recv
103	STD	1 sigreturn
104	STD	3 bind
105	STD	5 setsockopt
106	STD	2 listen
107	OBSOL	0 vtimes
108	COMPAT	3 sigvec
109	COMPAT	1 sigblock
110	COMPAT	1 sigsetmask
111	STD	1 sigsuspend
112	STD	2 sigstack
113	COMPAT	3 recvmsg
114	COMPAT	3 sendmsg
#ifdef TRACE
115	STD	2 vtrace
#else
115	OBSOL	2 vtrace
#endif
116	STD	2 gettimeofday
117	STD	2 getrusage
118	STD	5 getsockopt
#ifdef vax
119	STD	1 resuba
#else
119	UNIMPL	0 nosys
#endif
120	STD	3 readv
121	STD	3 writev
122	STD	2 settimeofday
123	STD	3 fchown
124	STD	2 fchmod
125	COMPAT	6 recvfrom
126	LIBCOMPAT	2 setreuid
127	LIBCOMPAT	2 setregid
128	STD	2 rename
129	STD	2 truncate
130	STD	2 ftruncate
131	STD	2 flock
132	STD	2 mkfifo
133	STD	6 sendto
134	STD	2 shutdown
135	STD	5 socketpair
136	STD	2 mkdir
137	STD	1 rmdir
138	STD	2 utimes
139	OBSOL	0 4.2 sigreturn
140	STD	2 adjtime
141	COMPAT	3 getpeername
142	STD	0 gethostid
143	STD	1 sethostid
144	STD	2 getrlimit
145	STD	2 setrlimit
146	COMPAT	2 killpg
147	STD	0 setsid
148	STD	4 quotactl
149	COMPAT	4 quota
150	COMPAT	3 getsockname

; Syscalls 151-180 inclusive are reserved for vendor-specific
; system calls.  (This includes various calls added for compatibity
; with other Unix variants.)
; Some of these calls are now supported by BSD...
151	UNIMPL	0 nosys
152	UNIMPL	0 nosys
153	UNIMPL	0 nosys
154	UNIMPL	0 nosys
#ifdef NFSSERVER
155	STD	5 nfssvc
#else
155	UNIMPL	0 nosys
#endif
156	STD	4 getdirentries
157	STD	2 statfs
158	STD	2 fstatfs
159	UNIMPL	0 nosys
#ifdef NFSCLIENT
160	STD	0 async_daemon
161	STD	2 getfh
#else
160	UNIMPL	0 nosys
161	UNIMPL	0 nosys
#endif
162	STD	2 getdomainname
163	STD 	2 setdomainname
164	UNIMPL	0 nosys
165	UNIMPL	0 nosys
166	UNIMPL	0 nosys
167	UNIMPL	0 nosys
168	UNIMPL	0 nosys
169	UNIMPL	0 nosys
170	UNIMPL	0 nosys
#ifdef SYSVSHM
171	STD	4 shmsys
#else
171	UNIMPL	0 nosys
#endif
172	UNIMPL	0 nosys
173	UNIMPL	0 nosys
174	UNIMPL	0 nosys
175	UNIMPL	0 nosys
176	UNIMPL	0 nosys
177	UNIMPL	0 nosys
178	UNIMPL	0 nosys
179	UNIMPL	0 nosys
180	UNIMPL	0 nosys

; Syscalls 180-199 are used by/reserved for BSD
181	STD	1 setgid
182	STD	1 setegid
183	STD	1 seteuid
184	UNIMPL	0 nosys
185	UNIMPL	0 nosys
186	UNIMPL	0 nosys
187	UNIMPL	0 nosys
188	UNIMPL	0 nosys
189	UNIMPL	0 nosys
190	UNIMPL	0 nosys