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NODESAVE

NODESAVE

Section: Linux System Managers Manual (8) Updated: 4 July 1999
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NAME

nodesave - Saves NET/ROM routing information  

SYNOPSIS

nodesave [-p path] [-v] [filename]  

DESCRIPTION

Nodesave saves the contents of the /proc filesystem entries for the NET/ROM routing tables. The output of the program is in the form of a Bourne shell script that calls nrparms(8) to recreate the NET/ROM routing information. If no filename is given on the command line, the program writes the script to stdout.

Typically nodesave would be used when taking a system off-air so that the NET/ROM routing may be quickly restored when the system is brought back on-line.  

OPTIONS

-p path
Set the path to the nrparms binary. This only affects the output of the program. Default is /usr/sbin.
-v
Display the version.
 

FILES

/proc/net/nr_neigh

/proc/net/nr_nodes
 

SEE ALSO

netrom(4), netromd(8), nrparms(8).

 

AUTHOR

Tomi Manninen OH2BNS <tpmannin@cc.hut.fi>


 

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DESCRIPTION
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SEE ALSO
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