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nigrep - search for a regular expression in the NetInfo hierarchy
nigrep expression [ -t ] domain [ directory ... ]
nigrep searches through the specified domain argument for a regular expression. It
searches the domain's directory hierarchy depth-first starting from the root directory. It
can also start from each directory specified on the command line.
The domain argument can be specified as an absolute or relative domain name. The domain
argument can be specified as a network address or hostname and tag if preceded by the -t
On output, nigrep prints the directory ID number of the directory which contains the regu-
lar expression, and the property key and values where it was found. A line is printed for
each property that contains the regular expression.
-t Specify domain as a network address or hostname and tag.
% nigrep '[Nn]et' /
% nigrep '[Nn]et' -t 188.8.131.52/local
% nigrep '192.[0-9]+.172' -t astra/network /machines
% nigrep '/Net/server.*/Users' .. /users /mounts
Marc Majka, Apple Computer Inc.
Apple Computer, Inc. August 9, 1994 NIGREP(1)
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