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PLUMB(1)		    General Commands Manual		      PLUMB(1)

NAME
       plumb - send message to plumber

SYNOPSIS
       plumb [ -p plumbfile ] [	-a attributes ]	[ -s source ] [	-d destination
       ] [ -t type ] [ -w directory ] -i | data...

DESCRIPTION
       The plumb command formats and sends a plumbing message whose  data  is,
       by  default,  the  concatenation	 of  the argument strings separated by
       blanks.	The options are:

       -p     write the	message	to plumbfile (default /mnt/plumb/send).

       -a     set the attr field of the	message	(default is empty).

       -s     set the src field	of the message (default	is plumb).

       -d     set the dst field	of the message (default	is empty).

       -t     set the type field of the	message	(default is text).

       -w     set the wdir field of the	message	(default is the	current	 work-
	      ing directory of plumb).

       -i     take  the	 data  from  standard  input  rather than the argument
	      strings.	If an action= attribute	is  not	 otherwise  specified,
	      plumb will add an	action=showdata	attribute to the message.

FILES
       $HOME/lib/plumbing
	      default rules file

SOURCE
       /usr/local/plan9/src/cmd/plumb

SEE ALSO
       plumb(3), plumber(4), plumb(7)

								      PLUMB(1)

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