DILOADFROMSPOOL(8)          System Manager's Manual         DILOADFROMSPOOL(8)

       diloadfromspool - Diablo program to regenerate dhistory database from

       diloadfromspool [ -v ] [ -Q ] [ -q ] [ -n ] [ -f ] [ -h hashtablesize ]
       [ -u ] [ -a ] [ -F dhistory-file ] [spooldirs/spoolfiles]

       DILoadFromSpool will scan the entire spool, specified spool
       directories, or specified spool articles.  It extracts article
       location, size, message-id, and placement information and creates any
       missing dhistory file records.

       This command is typically used to recover a lost or partially lost
       dhistory database from the spool.  The program may be run without
       shutting down an active Diablo system.

       Articles are sanity-checked before being added.  The number of lines
       must match the Lines: header and the NUL guard character is expected to
       exist after each article.

       -n prevents the program from actually adding any new records

       -F dhistory-file Allows you to specify the dhistory file to work on.
       If not specified, the diablo default dhistory file is used.  Note,
       however, that you MUST specify a specific file if you use the -f option
       as a safety precaution.

       -h hashtablesize The default hash table size is 4 million entries (-h
       4m).  You can set it to any power of two but the suggested size is 4m
       or 8m.  Do NOT forget the 'm' for million, or you will be a very
       unhappy camper.  If you do not specify this option, the default in
       diablo.config is used, or 4m if no default exists anywhere.

       -v Turn on verbose mode.  The program prints out its progress in a more
       verbose manner then usual.

       -q Turn on quiet mode.  The program prints out its progress in a less
       verbose manner then usual.

       -Q Scan spool (ignores history and history options) for articles and
       print the articles found in a format suitable for drequeue. The output
       is effectively that of a queue file, with the Newsgroups: line

       -f Turn on special-fast mode.  This locks the history file through the
       entire procedure.  This also causes the base hash table to be cached
       and written then written out when the load operation has completed.
       DiLoadFromSpool will create the history file you supply as an argument
       and will refuse to run if it is already pre-existing.   This option
       should only be used to increase speed when creating a new dhistory file
       from scratch.

       -u May be used with special-fast mode to re-enable checking for
       duplicates.  You have the advantage of locking the history file
       throughout the entire operation, but can still use a pre-existing
       history file to 'update'.

       -a Instruction DILoadFromSpool to scan the entire spool.  This could
       take a long time but since each spool file contains multiple articles,
       not as long as scanning an equivalent INN V1 spool might take.

       D.xxxxxxxx Specify a spool directory to scan.  All B.xxxx spool files
       in the directory will be scanned.  You may specify multiple spool
       directories on the command line if you wish.  Note that you must be
       CD'd to the top of the news spool and you must specify the directory
       name in the 'D.xxxxxxxx' form.

       D.xxxxxxxx/B.xxxx Specify a spool file to scan.  You may specify
       multiple spool files on the command line.  Note that you must be CD'd
       to the top of the news spool and you must specify the spool file in the
       'D.xxxxxxxx/B.xxxx' form.

       diablo(8), dclean(8), dicmd(8), didump(8), diload(8), dnewslink(8),
       doutq(8), dexpire(8), dexpireover(8), diconvhist(8), dilookup(8),
       dspoolout(8), dnewsfeeds(5), dkp(8), dpath(8), diablo-kp(5), diablo-