INN commit: branches/2.5/doc/pod (sendinpaths.pod)
rra at isc.org
Mon Jun 28 18:04:22 UTC 2010
Date: Monday, June 28, 2010 @ 11:04:22
Mention in the documentation that e-mail addresses can be
used as arguments to sendinpaths.
Thanks to Ian Jackson for the bug report.
sendinpaths.pod | 22 ++++++++++++++++------
1 file changed, 16 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)
--- sendinpaths.pod 2010-06-28 18:03:10 UTC (rev 9079)
+++ sendinpaths.pod 2010-06-28 18:04:22 UTC (rev 9080)
@@ -4,16 +4,16 @@
+B<sendinpaths> [B<-n> | "I<address> [I<address> ...]"]
B<sendinpaths> checks I<pathlog>/path for B<ninpaths> dump files, finds
-dump files generated in the past 30 days, makes sure they are valid by
-running B<ninpaths> on each one and making sure the exit status is zero,
-and passes them to B<ninpaths> to generate a cumulative report. That
-report is mailed to the e-mail addresses configured at the beginning of
-this script (by default <pathsurvey at top1000.org> and
+dump files generated in the past 30 days, makes sure they are valid
+by running B<ninpaths> on each one and making sure the exit status is
+zero, and passes them to B<ninpaths> to generate a cumulative report.
+By default, that report is mailed to the e-mail addresses configured at
+the beginning of this script (by default <pathsurvey at top1000.org> and
<top1000 at anthologeek.net>) in order to supply the TOP1000 project with
useful statistics: see L<http://www.top1000.org/> for more information.
@@ -31,6 +31,16 @@
Don't e-mail the report; instead, just print it to standard output. Don't
delete old dump files.
+=item I<address> ...
+E-mail the report to the mentioned addresses instead of the default ones.
+Several addresses can be used, separated by whitespace. For instance,
+for two adresses:
+ sendinpaths "pathsurvey at top1000.org top1000 at anthologeek.net"
+The quotes can be omitted when only an address is specified.
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