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uulog(1c) [bsd man page]

UULOG(1C)																 UULOG(1C)

NAME
uulog - display UUCP log files SYNOPSIS
uulog [ -s sys ] [ -u user ] DESCRIPTION
Uulog queries a log of uucp(1C) and uux(1C) transactions in the file /usr/spool/uucp/LOGFILE. The options command uulog to print logging information: -ssys Print information about work involving system sys. -uuser Print information about work done for the specified user. FILES
/usr/spool/uucp/LOGFILE SEE ALSO
uucp(1C), uux(1C). NOTES
Very early releases of UUCP used separate log files for each of the UUCP utilities; uulog was used to merge the individual logs into a mas- ter file. This capability has not been necessary for some time and is no longer supported. BUGS
UUCP's recording of which user issued a request is unreliable. Uulog is little more than an overspecialized version of grep(1). 4.3 Berkeley Distribution April 24, 1986 UULOG(1C)

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UULOG(1)						      General Commands Manual							  UULOG(1)

NAME
uulog - Display the UUCP log file. SYNOPSIS
uulog [-n number] [-sf system] [-u user] [-DSF] [-I file] [-X debug] DESCRIPTION
Uulog is a program that displays the log file for the Taylor UUCP service. OPTIONS
-n, --lines number Show the given number of lines from the end of the log. -s, --system system Print entries for the named system. -f system, --follow=system Follow entries for the named system. -u, --user user Print entries for the named user. -F, --follow Follow entries for any system. -S, --statslog Show the statistics file. -D, --debuglog Show the debugging file. -X, --debug debug Set the debugging level. -I, --config file Set the configuration file to use. -v, --version Print the software version and exit. --help Print a help screen and exit. BUGS
According to comments in the source, this is a pretty bad implementation of uulog. It only takes a single -s and/or -u switch. SEE ALSO
uucp(1) AUTHOR
This manual page is a quick write-up for Debian done by Kevin Kreamer <kkreamer@etherhogz.org>, by making a manpage out of uulog --help. UULOG(1)

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