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NAME

       nnrpd.track - file to specify hosts to be tracked by nnrpd.

DESCRIPTION

       This  file,  which is located in <pathetc in inn.conf>, specifies which
       hosts are to have their activities recorded during  an  nnrpd  session.
       The  nnrpd  server  reads  it  when  first  spawned  by  innd, provided
       readertrack in inn.conf is true; otherwise this file is not used.

       Entries consist of one host specification per line,  each  line  having
       two fields, separated by a colon:

              host:identity

       The  first field is either the FQDN of a host, or a domain name (in the
       form *.domain.com).

       The second field is simply a segment of text which may be used to  more
       easily  identify  the  client,  typically  an  e-mail  address or other
       identifying mark.

       For example:

              nasty.foo.com:nasty@foo.com
              *.bar.com:VeryNastyClient

       Written by Steve Carrie <stephenc@uk.uu.net> for InterNetNews.  This is
       revision 5909, dated 2002-12-03.

SEE ALSO

       inn.conf(5), innd(8), newsfeeds(5), nnrpd(8),

                                                                NNRPD.TRACK(5)



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