uuxconv   [plain text]


#!/bin/sh
#
# uuxconv
#
# After converting to Taylor from SVR4.03 UUCP, I still had a lot of
# jobs queued up to go out.
#
# This script is a one-shot to mass-requeue a site's spool.
#
# It doesn't go and do your whole spool, nor even all grades.
# you need to go into each grade directory for each site and 
# execute this.
#
# i.e.:  You have a site named 'foo'
# cd /var/spool/uucp/foo/Z
# uuxconv foo
# 
# it does delete the 'D' & 'X' after requeing them, but doesn't remove
# the 'C' files.
#
# I foolishly went and ran this script on all my queued jobs, without
# adding the improvements to recursively go through the entire UUCP spool,
# so now I'm out of files to test with.  I don't want to add the code
# to do that since I can't test it, and this worked.
#
# I hereby give this (trivial :-)) program to the GNU Project/FSF
# and Ian Taylor in it's entirety, so that it can be placed in
# the contrib directory of taylor-uucp, and save others the pain
# of rewriting it.
#
# Richard Nickle (rick@trystro.uucp, rnickle@gnu.ai.mit.edu)
# May 27, 1993
#
if [ $# -eq 0 ]
then
	echo "Usage: $0 sitename"
	exit 1
fi
exit 0
site=$1
tsite=`echo $site | cut -c1-5`
find . -name "D.$tsite*" -print |
while read file
do
	control=`egrep "^C" $file | cut -c3-`
	input=`egrep "^I" $file | cut -c3-`
	(uux - -r -z $site!$control < $input) && (rm $file $input)
	echo "$site!$control < $input"
done
exit 0