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NAME

       cnfsstat - show usage of cycbuffs

SYNOPSIS

       cnfsstat  [ -a ] [ -c CLASS ] [ -h ] [ -l [ seconds ] ] [ -m BUFFER ] [
       -P ] [ -p ] [ -s ]

DESCRIPTION

       Cnfsstat reads  <pathetc  in  inn.conf>/cycbuff.conf  and  <pathetc  in
       inn.conf>/storage.conf  to determine which cycbuffs are available, read
       the specified cycbuffs, and shows their usage status.

       Cnfsstat can be invoked from rc.news(8), if <docnfsstat in inn.conf> is
       ‘‘true’’, and the result is written to syslog(3).

OPTIONS

       -a     Cnfsstat  prints  also  the  age  of  the  oldest article in the
              cycbuff.

       -c CLASS
              Cnfsstat prints information only for the specified class.

       -h     Cnfsstat prints usage information.

       -l [ seconds ]
              Cnfsstat prints a status snapshot every seconds, and only  exits
              if there is an error.  The default interval is 600 seconds.

       -m BUFFER
              Cnfsstat  prints  information  about  the  specified buffer in a
              format suitable for mrtg.

       -P     Cnfsstat writes PID into <pathrun in inn.conf>/cnfsstat.pid.

       -p     Cnfsstat prints an mrtg config file.

       -s     Cnfsstat writes output to syslog(3) instead of standard  output.

HISTORY

       Written  by Katsuhiro Kondou <kondou@nec.co.jp> for InterNetNews.  This
       is revision 1.7, dated 2002/12/03.

SEE ALSO

       cycbuff.conf(5), inn.conf(5), rc.news(8), storage.conf(5).

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