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catman.local(8) [freebsd man page]

MAKEWHATIS.LOCAL(8)					    BSD System Manager's Manual 				       MAKEWHATIS.LOCAL(8)

makewhatis.local, catman.local -- start makewhatis or catman for local file systems SYNOPSIS
/usr/libexec/makewhatis.local [options] directories ... /usr/libexec/catman.local [options] directories ... DESCRIPTION
The makewhatis.local utility starts makewhatis(1) only for file systems physically mounted on the system where the makewhatis.local is being executed. Running makewhatis by periodic weekly for rw nfs-mounted /usr may kill your NFS server -- all NFS clients start makewhatis at the same time! So use this wrapper for cron(8) instead of calling makewhatis directly. The catman.local utility is using for same purposes as makewhatis.local but for catman(1). FILES
/etc/periodic/weekly/320.whatis run makewhatis.local every week /etc/periodic/weekly/330.catman run catman.local every week SEE ALSO
catman(1), find(1), makewhatis(1), cron(8), periodic(8) HISTORY
The makewhatis.local utility appeared in FreeBSD 2.2. BSD
April 26, 1996 BSD

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CATMAN(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						 CATMAN(1)

catman -- preformat man pages SYNOPSIS
catman [-fLnrv] [directories ...] DESCRIPTION
The catman utility preformats all the man pages in directories using the nroff -man command. Directories may be separated by colons instead of spaces. If no directories are specified, the contents of the MANPATH environment variable is used, or if that is not set, the default directory /usr/share/man is processed. The options are as follows: -f Force all man pages to be reformatted even if the corresponding cat page is newer. -L Process only localized subdirectories corresponding to the locale specified in the standard environment variables. -n Print out what would be done instead of performing any formatting. -r Scan for and remove ``junk'' files that are neither man pages nor their corresponding formatted cat pages. -v Cause catman to be more verbose about what it is doing. ENVIRONMENT
LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE, LANG These variables control what subdirectories will be processed if the -L option is used. MACHINE If set, overrides the current machine type when searching for machine specific man page subdirectories. MACHINE_ARCH If set, overrides the current architecture when searching for architecture specific man page subdirectories. MANPATH Determines the set of directories to be processed if none are given on the command line. FILES
/usr/share/man Default directory to process if the MANPATH environment variable is not set. EXIT STATUS
The catman utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs. SEE ALSO
makewhatis(1), man(1), nroff(1) HISTORY
A previous version of the catman command appeared in FreeBSD 2.1. AUTHORS
John Rochester BSD
December 3, 2005 BSD
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