uucico - file transport program for the uucp system


     /usr/lib/uucp/uucico [-f] [-c type] [-d spool-directory]  [-
     i interface]  [-r role-number]  [-s system-name]  [-x debug-


     uucico is the file transport  program  for  uucp  work  file


     The following options are supported:

     -f    This option is used to "force execution" of uucico  by
           ignoring  the  limit  on the maximum number of uucicos
           defined in the /etc/uucp/Limits file.

     -c type
           The first field in the  Devices  file  is  the  "Type"
           field.   The  -c  option  forces  uucico  to  only use
           entries in the "Type" field that match the user speci-
           fied type. The specified type is usually the name of a
           local area network.

     -d spool-directory
           This option specifies  the  directory  spool-directory
           that  contains  the uucp work files to be transferred.
           The default spool directory is /var/spool/uucp.

     -i interface
           This option defines the interface  used  with  uucico.
           The  interface  only affects slave mode.  Known inter-
           faces are UNIX (default), TLI (basic  Transport  Layer
           Interface),  and  TLIS (Transport Layer Interface with
           Streams modules, read/write).

     -r role-number
           The role-number 1 is used for master mode. role-number
           0  is  used  for slave mode (default).  When uucico is
           started by a program or cron, role-number 1 should  be
           used for master mode.

     -s system-name
           The -s option defines the remote system  (system-name)
           that  uucico will try to contact.  It is required when
           the role is master; system-name must be defined in the
           Systems file.

     -x debug-level
           Both uux and uucp queue jobs that will be  transferred
           by  uucico.  These  jobs  are  normally started by the
           uusched scheduler, for debugging purposes, and can  be
           started  manually. For example, the shell Uutry starts
           uucico with debugging turned on. The debug-level is  a
           number  between  0  and  9.   Higher numbers give more
           detailed debugging information.












     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWbnuu                    |


     uucp(1C),   uustat(1C),   uux(1C),   Uutry(1M),    cron(1M),
     uusched(1M), attributes(5)

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