uusub - monitor uucp network
uusub defines a uucp subnetwork and monitors the connection and
traffic among the members of the subnetwork.
uusub recognizes the following options:
-asys Add sys to the subnetwork.
-dsys Delete sys from the subnetwork.
-l Report the statistics on connections.
-r Report the statistics on traffic amount.
-f Flush the connection statistics.
-uhr Gather the traffic statistics over the past hr hours.
-csys Exercise the connection to the system sys. If sys is
specified as all, exercise the connection to all the
systems in the subnetwork.
The connections report is formatted as follows:
sys #call #ok time #dev #login #nack #other
sys remote system name,
#call number of times the local system tried to
call sys since the last flush was done,
#ok number of successful connections,
time latest successful connect time,
#dev number of unsuccessful connections because of
no available device (e.g., ACU),
#login number of unsuccessful connections because of
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#nack number of unsuccessful connections because of
no response (e.g. line busy, system down),
#other number of unsuccessful connections because of
Traffic statistics are reported as follows:
sfile sbyte rfile rbyte
sfile number of files sent,
sbyte number of bytes sent over the period of time
indicated in the latest uusub command with
the -uhr option,
rfile number of files received,
rbyte number of bytes received.
uusub -c all -u 24
is typically started by cron once a day.
/var/uucp/.Admin/L_sub connection statistics
/var/uucp/.Admin/R_sub traffic statistics
/var/uucp/.Log/* system log file
Tim O'Reilly and Grace Todino,
Managing UUCP and Usenet, O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. USA.
Grace Todino and Dale Dougherty,
Using UUCP and Usenet, O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. USA.
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