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nnrpd (8)
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    NAME

    nnrpd - NNTP server for on-campus hosts
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    nnrpd [ -b address ] [ -D ] [ -g shadowgroup ] [ -i ] [ -o ] [ -p port ] [ -R ] [ -r reason ] [ -S ] [ -s title padding ] [ -t ]  

    DESCRIPTION

    Nnrpd is an NNTP server for newsreaders. It accepts commands on its standard input and responds on its standard output. It is normally invoked by innd(8) with those descriptors attached to a remote client connection. Nnrpd also supports running as a standalone daemon.

    Unlike innd, nnrpd supports all NNTP commands for user-oriented reading and posting.

    Nnrpd uses the readers.conf(5) file to control who is authorized to access the Usenet database. When <NNRP_LOADLIMIT in include/config.h> is not 0, It will also reject connections if the load average is greater than that value (typically 16.)

    On exit, nnrpd will report usage statistics through syslog(3).

    Nnrpd can also prevent high-volume posters from abusing your resources. See the discussion of exponential backoff in inn.conf(5).  

    OPTIONS

    -b
    The ``-b'' parameter instructs nnrpd to bind to the specified IP address when started as a standalone daemon using the ``-D'' flag. This has to be a valid Internet address in dotted-quad format belonging to an interface of the local host.
    -D
    If specified, this parameter causes nnrpd to operate as a daemon. That is, it detaches itself and runs in the background, forking a process for every connection. By default nnrpd listens on the NNTP port (119), so either innd has to be started on another port or nnrpd is invoked with the ``-p'' parameter. Note that with this parameter, nnrpd continues running until killed. This means that it reads inn.conf(5) once on startup and never again until restarted. nnrpd should therefore be restarted if inn.conf is changed.
    -g
    On systems that have a shadow password file, nnrpd tries to add the group ``shadow'' as a supplementary group if it is running in standalone mode. On many systems, members of that group have read permission for the shadow password file. The ``-g'' parameter instructs nnrpd to try to add the named group as a supplementary group on shadow systems instead of ``shadow''. This only works if <HAVE_GETSPNAM inn include/config.h> is defined and nnrpd is running in standalone mode since this call only works when nnrpd is started as root.
    -o
    The ``-o'' flag causes all articles to be spooled instead of sending them to innd. Rnews with ``-U'' flag should be invoked from cron on a regular basis to take care of these articles. This flag is useful if innd in accepting articles and nnrpd is started standalone or using inetd.
    -p
    The ``-p'' parameter instructs nnrpd to listen on port when started as a standalone daemon using the ``-D'' flag.
    -R
    This option forces nnrpd to be ``read-only''. The startup banner will indicate ``no posting''.
    -r
    If the ``-r'' flag is used, then nnrpd will reject the incoming connection giving reason as the text. This flag is used by innd when it is paused or throttled.
    -S
    If specified, nnrpd start a negotiation for SSL session as soon as connected. To use this flag, <--with-openssl at configure> must be specified.
    -s
    As each command is received, nnrpd tries to change its ``argv'' array so that ps(1) will print out the command being executed. To get a full display, the ``-s'' flag may be used with a long string as its argument, which will be overwritten when the program changes its title.
    -t
    If the ``-t'' flag is used then all client commands and initial responses will be traced by reporting them in syslog. This flag is set by innd under the control of the ctlinnd(8) ``trace'' command, and is toggled upon receipt of a SIGHUP; see signal(2).
     

    PROTOCOL DIFFERENCES

    Nnrpd implements the NNTP commands defined in RFC 977, with the following differences:
    1.
    The ``ihave'' command is not implemented. Users should be using the ``post'' command to post articles.
    2
    The ``slave'' command is not implemented. This command has never been fully defined.
    3
    The ``list'' command may be followed by the optional word ``active.times'', ``distributions'', ``distrib.pats'', ``moderators'', ``newsgroups'', ``subscriptions'', or ``overview.fmt'' to get a list of when newsgroups where created, a list of valid distributions, a file specifying default distribution patterns, moderators list, a one-per-line description of the current set of newsgroups, a list of the automatic group subscriptions, or a listing of the overview.fmt(5) file. The command ``list active'' is equivalent to the ``list'' command. This is a common extension.
    4.
    The ``xhdr'', ``authinfo user'', and ``authinfo pass'' commands are implemented. These are based on the reference Unix implementation. See ftp://ftp.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-nntpext-imp-04.txt
    5.
    A new command, ``xpat header range|MessageID pat [morepat...]'', is provided. The first argument is the case-insensitive name of the header to be searched. The second argument is either an article range or a single Message-ID, as specified in RFC 977. The third argument is a wildmat(3)-style pattern; if there are additional arguments they are joined together separated by a single space to form the complete pattern. This command is similar to the ``xhdr'' command. It returns a 221 response code, followed by the text response of all article numbers that match the pattern.
    6.
    The ``listgroup group'' command is provided. This is a comment extension. It is equivalent to the ``group'' command, except that the reply is a multi-line response containing the list of all article numbers in the group.
    7.
    The ``xgtitle [group]'' command is provided. This extension is used by ANU-News. It returns a 282 reply code, followed by a one-line description of all newsgroups that match the pattern. The default is the current group.
    8.
    The ``xover [range]'' command is provided. It returns a 224 reply code, followed by the overview data for the specified range; the default is to return the data for the current article.
    9.
    The ``xpath MessageID'' command is provided; see innd(8).
    10.
    The ``date'' command is provided; this is based on the draft NNTP protocol revision( draft-ietf-nntpext-imp-04.txt). It returns a one-line response code of 111 followed by the GMT date and time on the server in the form YYYYMMDDhhmmss.
     

    HISTORY

    Written by Rich $alz <rsalz@uunet.uu.net> for InterNetNews. Overview support added by Rob Robertston <rob@violet.berkeley.edu> and Rich in January, 1993. Exponential backoff (for posting) added by Dave Hayes in Febuary 1998. This is revision 1.14.2.3, dated 2000/11/16.  

    SEE ALSO

    ctlinnd(8), innd(8), inn.conf(5), signal(2), wildmat(3).


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    OPTIONS
    PROTOCOL DIFFERENCES
    HISTORY
    SEE ALSO


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