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NAME

       ns_info, ns_server, ns_stats - commands

SYNOPSIS

       ns_info address

       ns_info argv0

       ns_info boottime

       ns_info builddate

       ns_info config

       ns_info home

       ns_info hostname

       ns_info interp

       ns_info label

       ns_info log

       ns_info name

       ns_info pageroot

       ns_info platform

       ns_info server

       ns_info tcllib

       ns_info uptime

       ns_info version

       ns_server option ?arg arg ...?

       ns_stats option ?arg arg ...?
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DESCRIPTION

       ns_info boottime
              Returns the server boot time in seconds.
       ns_info config
              Returns the configuration file name.
       ns_info home
              Returns the directory where the AOLserver was installed.
       ns_info hostname
              Returns the name of the host on which server is running (e.g., www.myhost.com).
       ns_info interp
              Returns the number of the Tcl interpreter currently being used.
       ns_info label
              Returns  the source code label for the server. If no label was used, "unlabeled" is
              returned.
       ns_info log
              Returns the location of the server log file (e.g., /home/myserver/log/server.log).
       ns_info name
              Returns the name of the AOLserver. It's usually "AOLserver."
       ns_info pageroot
               returns the directory containing the HTML pages for this virtual server.
       ns_info platform
              Returns the name of the platform that the server is running on (e.g., Solaris).
       ns_info server
              returns the name of this virtual server.
       ns_info tcllib returns the directory where the AOLserver Tcl source code resides for  this
       virtual server.

       ns_info uptime returns the time in seconds that the server has been up.

       ns_info version returns the version of the AOLserver.

SEE ALSO

       nsd(1), info(n)

KEYWORDS