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IPROP-LOG(8)                System Manager's Manual               IPROP-LOG(8)

NAME
     iprop-log -- examine and maintain the iprop log file

SYNOPSIS
     iprop-log [--version] [-h | --help] command

     iprop-log truncate [-c file | --config-file=file] [-r string |
               --realm=string] [-K integer | --keep-entries=integer]
               [-B integer | --max-bytes=integer] [-R | --reset] [-h | --help]
               [log-file]

     iprop-log dump [-c file | --config-file=file] [-r string |
               --realm=string] [-n | --no-lock] [-R | --reverse] [-h | --help]
               [log-file]

     iprop-log replay [--start-version=version-number]
               [--end-version=version-number] [-c file | --config-file=file]
               [-r string | --realm=string] [-h | --help] [log-file]

     iprop-log last-version [-c file | --config-file=file] [-r string |
               --realm=string] [-n | --no-lock] [-h | --help] [log-files]

     iprop-log signal [-c file | --config-file=file] [-r string |
               --realm=string] [-h | --help]

DESCRIPTION
     Supported options:

     --version

     -h, --help

     command can be one of the following:

     truncate

               -c file, --config-file=file
                       configuration file

               -r string, --realm=string
                       realm

               -K integer, --keep-entries=integer

               -B integer, --max-bytes=integer

               -R, --reset

               If --reset is given, then the given, configured, or default log
               file will be truncated and will start at version 1.  This
               forces full propagations to all slave KDCs.

               Otherwise the log will be truncated but some entries will be
               preserved, as specified by the --keep-entries and/or
               --max-bytes options.  The largest number of --keep-entries
               entries that are available and fit in the given --max-bytes
               option will be used.  The --keep-entries -option -defaults -to
               -100, -and -the --max-bytes option defaults to the log-max-size
               parameter in the configuration.

     dump

               -c file, --config-file=file
                       configuration file

               -r string, --realm=string
                       realm

               -n string, --no-lock

               -R string, --reverse

               Print out all entries in the given, configured, or default log
               file to standard output.  If the -n option is used then don't
               lock the iprop log file.  If the -R option is used, then print
               the entries in reverse order (this can be useful when the log
               is very large).

     replay

               --start-version=version-number
                       start replay with this version

               --end-version=version-number
                       end replay with this version

               -c file, --config-file=file
                       configuration file

               -r string, --realm=string
                       realm

               Replay the changes from specified entries (or all if none is
               specified) in the given, configured, or default transaction log
               file to the database.

     last-version

               -c file, --config-file=file
                       configuration file

               -r string, --realm=string
                       realm

               -n string, --no-lock

               prints the version of the last record in each of the given log
               files, or the configured, or the default log file if none is
               given.

     signal

               -c file, --config-file=file
                       configuration file

               -r string, --realm=string
                       realm

               Signals the ipropd-master daemon to send updates to slaves.
               Normally kadmin does this every time it writes to the database,
               so this should rarely be needed.

SEE ALSO
     iprop(8)

NetBSD 7.1.2                   February 18, 2007                  NetBSD 7.1.2