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NFSTATS(1)						      General Commands Manual							NFSTATS(1)

NAME
nfstats - Print statistics about Notesfiles SYNOPSIS
nfstats [ -s ] topic [ ... ] DESCRIPTION
Nfstats prints usage statistics for notesfiles. This program takes a list of notesfiles and lists their statistics on standard output. If more than one notesfile is specified, an aggregate set of statistics is also produced. Specify -s to have only this aggregate report printed and the individual reports suppressed. BUGS
Notes sent to two sites are counted as ``networked out'' twice. Sequencing past an idle notesfile isn't counted as an entry. This is a mixed blessing. Not keeping this statistic greatly improves per- formance. FILES
/etc/passwd for the users name /etc/group for the users group /usr/spool/notes the default notesfile data base SEE ALSO
notes(1), nfcomment(3), The Notesfile Reference Manual AUTHORS
Ray Essick (uiucdcs!essick, essick%uiuc@csnet-relay.arpa) Department of Computer Science University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL Rob Kolstad (kolstad@convex.UUCP) CONVEX Computer Corporation Richardson, TX University of Illinois NFSTATS(1)

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CHECKNOTES(1)						      General Commands Manual						     CHECKNOTES(1)

NAME
checknotes - check for new notesfile articles SYNOPSIS
checknotes [ -qnvs ] [ -aname ] DESCRIPTION
Checknotes reports on the existence of new notes. The NFSEQ environment variable is read to determine the notesfiles to examine for new text. Checknotes then looks at each of the notesfiles to determine if there are new notes. The various flags specify the method of noti- fication. The flags are mutually exlusive. The -q option specifies a message ``There are new notes'' when such is the case. No text is printed if there are no new notes. Specify -n to get a message ``There are no new notes'' if this is the case. If there are new notes, no message is printed. With the -v option enabled, checknotes prints the name of each notesfile containing new notes. The -s option is silent; no output is produced. Regardless of the option, the program exits with 0 (TRUE) if new notes exist and with 1 (FALSE) if no new notes exist. The -a option specifies a subsequencer. This allows several people sharing the same signon to maintain their own sequencer files. This switch does not allow users to forge other user's sequencer files. Since the name is concatenated with the user name, arbitrarily long subsequencer names aren't necessarily unique. A good rule of thumb is to ensure the first 6 characters of any given user's subsequencer names are unique. FILES
/etc/passwd for the users name /etc/group for the users group(s) /usr/spool/notes the default notesfile data base /usr/spool/notes/.sequencer/user Sequencing timestamps for user. /usr/spool/notes/.sequencer/user:subsequencer Sub-sequencing timestamps for user. SEE ALSO
notes(1), The Notesfile Reference Manual AUTHORS
Ray Essick (uiucdcs!essick, essick%uiuc@csnet-relay.arpa) Department of Computer Science University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL Rob Kolstad (kolstad@convex.UUCP) CONVEX Computer Corporation Richardson, TX University of Illinois CHECKNOTES(1)

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