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SPY(1)									SPY(1)

NAME
       spy - Report all	Coda file that are opened

SYNOPSIS
       spy [ -host hostname ] [	-uid uid ]

DESCRIPTION
       spy  will  connect to venus on the given	host and report	all Coda files
       that are	opened.	 This is useful	for generating hoard files as programs
       can have	hidden dependencies.  Using spy	will ensure that any file that
       is opened gets included in the hoard database. Sending  spy  a  SIGTERM
       will cause spy to flush all of its output buffers and terminate.

       spy supports the	following options:

       -host  Name of Coda coda	client to bind to.  If this option is omitted,
	      then the current host will be used.

       -uid   Only report on file activity from	user uid.  If the -uid	switch
	      is omitted, then all CFS file activity is	reported.

       To use spy to create a hoard file sort the output and remove any	dupli-
       cates, By using spy you ensure that you did not forget to hoard a  file
       with  a	hidden	dependency.   For example, when	you hoard X, you might
       need the	uncompress(1) program in order to use the fonts.

SEE ALSO
       hoard(1)

AUTHORS
       o Joshua	Raiff, 1993, Created man page

Coda Distributed File System	 25 April 2005				SPY(1)

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