add filename attributes
list outfile uid
modify filename attributes
|Hoard distinguishes between children of a directory, which are members of the directory, descendants which are either children or descendants of childres of the directory.|
|Commands may be abbreviated by their first letter. Parameters in angle brackets are optional, and have default values if unspecified. The attributes parameter is specified as a string of options separated by : characters. The currently recognized options are:|
|1-1000||Assign this object the hoard priority indicated.|
|c||Current children of this directory will inherit its hoard status.|
|c+||Current and future children of this directory will inherit its hoard status.|
|d||Current descendents of this directory will inherit its hoard status.|
|d+||Current and future descendents of this directory will inherit its hoard status|
clear add /coda/project/coda/src 100:d+ add /coda/usr/jjk/.login 1000
Access to the hoard database is restricted in the following ways. All hoard commands fail unless the hoard program is executed by the user who is identified as the primary user in the venus.conf configuration file. If no primary user is specified, special permission is given to the console user who is logged in on the local (or first virtual) console. Primary users may add entries and access existing entries without restriction. Other users may not add hoard entries, and they may only clear, delete, list, or modify their own entries.
The command-line options are:
-d Enables debugging output. -f Take commands from source. -f must be the last argument if specified. An argument of - means, use stdin as the source file. Source statements may be given directly on the command line (one per line) by enclosing them in single quotes.
Hoard copies command lines that it cannot parse to stderr. If a syntactically correct command is rejected by Venus, the corresponding pioctl, its arguments, and the errno are copied to stderr.
o Negative priorities should be allowed.
o Jay Kistler, 1990, Created
|Coda Distributed File System||HOARD (1)||25 April 2005|