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       jfs_fscklog [ -d ] [ -e device ] [ -f output.file ] [ -p ]
       [ -V ]


       jfs_fscklog with option -e device extracts the contents of
       either the most recent  or  immediately  prior  (specified
       with  option  -p)  JFS fsck service log from the specified
       device, and writes the output to a file.   The  file  name
       may  be  specified with the -f option, or the default file
       name is <pwd>fscklog.new.  If the -p option is  used,  the
       default file name is <pwd>fscklog.old.

       jfs_fscklog  with  option -d formats and displays the con­
       tents of the extracted file.

       jfs_fscklog with options -d and  -e  device  extracts  and
       displays the JFS fsck service log.


       -d     Format  and display a previously extracted JFS fsck
              service log.

       -e device
              Extract the JFS fsck service log  from  device  and
              store  it  in  a file.  (device is the special file
              name corresponding to the actual device from  which
              the fsck log will be extracted (e.g.  /dev/hdb1 )).

       -f file.name
              Specify the file name, overriding the default  file
              name.   When  used with -e device, file.name speci­
              fies the name of the file into which the  JFS  fsck
              log   will   be  extracted.   When  used  with  -d,
              file.name specifies the name of the extracted  file
              whose contents will be formatted and displayed.

              file.name must be 127 characters or less in length.

              file.name will be created in  the  present  working
              directory unless it is fully qualified.

       -p     Extract  the  prior  log  (as  opposed  to the most
              recent log).

       -V     Print version information and exit  (regardless  of
              any other chosen options).


              jfs_fscklog -d -f /temp/l9651107.log

       Extract  and  display  the  previous  JFS  fsck  log  from

              jfs_fscklog -e /dev/hda8 -d -p


       If  you find a bug in JFS or jfs_fscklog, please report it
       via the bug tracking system ("Report Bugs" section) of the
       JFS project web site:

       Please  send  as  much  pertinent information as possible,
       including any jfs_fscklog error messages and the  complete
       output  of  running jfs_fsck with the -v option on the JFS


       jfs_fsck(8),  jfs_mkfs(8),  jfs_tune(8),   jfs_logdump(8),


       Barry Arndt  (barndt@us.ibm.com)

       jfs_fscklog is maintained by IBM.
       See the JFS project web site for more details:

                         October 28, 2002          jfs_fscklog(8)



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