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uulog(1)							     uulog(1)



NAME

  uulog	- Displays UUCP	log files

SYNOPSIS

  /usr/lib/uucp/uulog -f system	[-number]

  uulog

  uulog	systems	[-number]

  uulog	-s system [-number]

  uulog	-x  [systems]

  The uulog command displays the contents of a log file	of uucico or uuxqt
  activities.

STANDARDS

  Interfaces documented	on this	reference page conform to industry standards
  as follows:

  uulog:  XCU5.0

  Refer	to the standards(5) reference page for more information	about indus-
  try standards	and associated tags.

OPTIONS

  -f system
      [Tru64 UNIX]  Performs a tail -f on the file transfer log	for the
      specified	system,	displaying the end of the log file.  Use the Inter-
      rupt key sequence	to leave the file and return to	the prompt.

  -s system
      Prints information about copy requests involving the specific system.
      If no system is specified, information is	displayed for all systems.

      Note: System name	can contain only ASCII characters.

  -x [system...]
      [Tru64 UNIX]  Displays the uuxqt log file	for the	specified systems.
      If no systems are	specified, information is displayed for	all systems.

  - number
      [Tru64 UNIX]  Displays the last lines of the log file.  The number of
      lines is determined by the number	argument.  (To display the lines, the
      uulog command issues a tail for the specified number of lines.)




DESCRIPTION

  Individual log files are created for each remote system with which the
  local	system communicates using the uucp, uusend, uuto, or uux commands.

  Use the uulog	command	to display a summary of	uucp, uusend, uuto, and	uux
  command requests by a	system or systems. All of these	transactions are
  logged in files under	the /usr/spool/uucp/.Log/ directory.  The files	are
  named	daemon_name/system, where the daemon_name directory is named for the
  daemon involved and the system file is named for the remote system the dae-
  mon is contacting.

  The uucp and uuto commands call the uucico daemon.  The uucico activities
  are logged in	the system file	in the /usr/spool/uucp/.Log/uucico directory.

  The uux and uusend commands call the uuxqt daemon.  The uuxqt	activities
  are logged in	the /usr/spool/uucp/.Log/uuxqt/system file.

  You can examine these	individual log files by	issuing	the uulog command
  directly.  However, you can also have	these temporary	log files appended to
  a primary log	file that you can then examine.	 This is called	compacting
  the log files	and is handled by uudemon.cleanu, a shell script in
  /usr/lib/uucp.

NOTES

  The uulog utility is marked LEGACY in	XCU Issue 5.

EXAMPLES

   1.  To display the uucico log file for system hera, enter:
	    uulog -s hera

   2.  [Tru64 UNIX]  To	display	the uuxqt log file, enter:
	    uulog -x

   3.  [Tru64 UNIX]  To	display	the last forty lines of	the file transfer log
       for system zeus,	enter:
	    uulog -f zeus -40

   4.  To display the uucico log file for systems pluto	and venus, enter:
	    uulog pluto	venus

   5.  [Tru64 UNIX]  To	display	the uuxqt log file for systems pluto and
       venus, enter:
	    uulog -x pluto venus



FILES

  /usr/spool/uucp/.Log
      Contains log files.

  /usr/spool/uucppublic
      Public directory.

SEE ALSO

  Commands:  ct(1), cu(1), tail(1), tip(1), uucico(8), uucleanup(8), uucp(1),
  uuencode(1), uudecode(1), uuname(1), uupick(1), uusched(8), uusend(1), uus-
  tat(1), uuto(1), uux(1)

  Standards:  standards(5)