Provided by: inn2_2.4.2-3ubuntu1_i386
innupgrade - Upgrade INN configuration files
innupgrade [-t type] -f file
innupgrade is intended to be run during a major upgrade of INN to fix
the configuration files with any required changes. If given a
directory, it will scan that directory for any files that it has
updates defined for, try to perform those updates, and replace the
files with updated versions if applying the updates resulted in any
changes. The old versions of the files will be saved with a ".OLD"
If the -f flag is used, only that file will be updated. If the file
name doesn’t match the standard file name of an INN configuration file,
the optional -t flag may be given to specify the type. See "EXAMPLES"
for an example of this.
Currently, innupgrade knows how to apply the following updates:
· inn.conf: Quote values with whitespace and comment out keys with no
values, required for the change in configuration parsers introduced
in INN 2.4. The new format is not backward compatible with the
previous parser, since the previous parser will include the double-
quotes in the value of the parameter.
Normally, innupgrade should be run on the pathetc directory after any
upgrade of INN other than a patch release (any upgrade that changes the
first or second version numbers). This may occur automatically during
the upgrade process.
Only act on file rather than working on an entire directory.
For a file specified with -f, parse it and upgrade it as if it were
named type. Used for upgrading files with the same syntax as
normal INN configuration files but with different names. Only
makes sense in combination with -f.
Upgrade any configuration files found in /usr/local/news/etc:
Upgrade only /news/etc/inn.conf:
innupgrade -f /news/etc/inn.conf
Upgrade a file named inn-special.conf that should have the same syntax
innupgrade -t inn.conf -f inn-special.conf
Any upgrade rules that apply to inn.conf will be applied to the
Written by Russ Allbery <email@example.com> for InterNetNews.
$Id: innupgrade.8,v 1.2 2002/12/03 05:31:10 vinocur Exp $