domainname—Set or print domain of current host

domainname [ name ]

domainname prints the domain name of the current host, from the getdomainname(3) library call. If an argument is present and the effective UID is 0, domainname changes the name of the host, with the setdomainname(2) system call. This is usually done at boot time in the /etc/rc.local script.

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