uuwho - show map entry for a site

     uuwho [ -r ] [ -d dbmfile ] [ sitename ] ...
     uuwho -i [ -d dbmfile ] mapfile ...

     Uuwho without the -i  option  extracts  the  map  entry  for  each  given
     sitename.  The output provides labels for the site entry and includes all
     the connection information as determined by the UUCP mapping project.  By
     default, uuwho extracts a map for the local site where the local sitename
     is determined in a system dependent fashion.

     -i   If the option -i is given, then map info will be added to a dbm(3X)-
          style  database,  rather  than  printing  info  about  a site.  This
          information is then available for use by subsequent uuwho commands.

     -d dbmfile
          This option specifies the basename for a dbm database is to be  used
          for  this  operation.  If dbmfile begins with a ``/'' or ``.'', then
          it is taken to be the actual database name, otherwise it is  assumed
          to be a file under the directory /usr/lib/smail. If the -d option is
          not given, then dbmfile defaults to /usr/lib/smail/uuwho.

     -r   If the option -r  is  given,  then  raw  map  entries  are  printed.
          Without  this  option, recognized #letter lines are listed in a more
          symbolic form.

     Each mapfile file is scanned for lines of the form:

          #N sitename
          #N sitename1, sitename2, ...

     indicating that a new map is starting.  In the second form, each sitename
     is  considered  to  belong  to the map that follows.  Sitenames listed on
     such  lines  become  the  sitename  keywords  which  are  available   for
     subsequent requests.

     A mapfile of - indicates that a map should be read from  standard  input.
     Lines of the form:

          file { filename }

     indicate that the line following should be considered as if it  were  the
     first line of the stated file.

     uuwho walldrug hoptoad
     uuwho -d other_dbm
     find /usr/spool/uumaps -name '[ud].*' -print |
     while read file; do
                       echo "file { $file }"
                       cat $file
     done | uuwho -i -


     dbmfile.pag, dbmfile.dir
                       The two parts of a dbm database, when the  DBM  library
                       is  used to store the database.  The .pag file contains
                       the keys and data associated with the  database,  while
                       the  .dir  file  contains  information that affects the
                       hashing  algorithm  used  to  determine   which   block
                       contains a particular value.

                       The basename for the default dbm  database  files.   If
                       the DBM library is not used, then this is the name used
                       to store the default database, as a sorted file.

     pathto(1), dbm(3X), and pathalias(8).

     If a site has more than one map entry only the latter entry is shown.

     The information available for a site may not be current.

     Only sites marked via #N in the map database are listed.  Normally, sites
     listed  under  a  domain  will  not be marked using #N.  In this case the
     domain, including the dot but excluding the machine name must be used.