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    NAME

    expireover - Expire entries from the news overview database
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    expireover [ -e ] [ -f file ] [ -k ] [ -N ] [ -p ] [ -q ] [ -s ] [ -w number ] [ -z rmfile ] [ -Z lofile ]  

    DESCRIPTION

    Expireover expires entries from the news overview database. It reads a list of newsgroup list ( <pathdb in inn.conf>/active). (A file name of ``-'' may be used to specify the standard input.) It then removes any mention of those articles from the appropriate overview database. If ``groupbaseexpiry'' in inn.conf is ``true'', expireover also expires articles. If it's ``false'', ``-e'', ``-k'', ``-N'', ``-p'', ``-q'', ``-w'' and ``-z'' flags are ignored.  

    OPTIONS

    -e
    If the ``-e'' flag is used, then as soon as the first cross posting of the article expires, all overview entries relevant to the article are removed. Note that you cannot use both ``-e'' and ``-k'' flag at the same time.
    -f
    When the ``-f'' flag is used, then expireover will use it as newsgroup list instead of <pathdb in inn.conf>/active file. A name of ``-'' is taken to mean the standard input.
    -k
    When the ``-f'' flag is used, then articles are removed when they have been expired from all the groups they appear in. Note that you cannot use both ``-e'' and ``-k'' flag at the same time.
    -N
    If the storing method has self expire functionality, then the control file is ignored for that article by default. If the ``-N'' flag is used, expireover purges articles and overview entries with the control file.
    -p
    Expireover makes its decisions on the time the article arrived by default. This means articles are often kept a little longer than with other expiration programs that base their decisions on the article's posting date. To use the article's posting date, use the ``-p'' flag.
    -q
    Expireover normally prints statistics at the end of process. To suppress this action, use the ``-q'' flag.
    -s
    Expireover normally checks the existense of articles only if ``EXPENSIVESTAT'' of its storage method is set to ``FALSE''. To do stat all articles regardless of ``EXPENSIVESTAT'', use the ``-s'' flag. See storage.conf(5) for ``EXPENSIVESTAT''.
    -w
    Use the ``-w'' flag to ``warp'' time so that expireover thinks it is running at some time other then the current time. The value should be a signed floating point number of the number of days to use as the offset.
    -z
    If the ``-z'' flag is used, then articles are not removed, but their toknes are appended to the specified file. See the description of delayrm in news.daily(8).
    -Z
    If the ``-Z'' flag is used, then the lowest article numbers for each newsgroup after expiry are written to the specified lofile with newsgroup name. This flag can be used when doing ``ctlinnd lomark lofile''.
     

    HISTORY

    Written by Rob Robertson <rob@violet.berkeley.edu> and Rich $alz <rsalz@uunet.uu.net> (with help from Dave Lawrence <tale@uunet.uu.net>) for InterNetNews. This is revision 1.9.2.2, dated 2000/09/05.  

    SEE ALSO

    active(5), ctlinnd(8). inn.conf(5), news.daily(8).


     

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    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    OPTIONS
    HISTORY
    SEE ALSO


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