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Comment:Added note if logging is disabled
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SHA1:8396a8534871d69f093c16b4f27787bb8968c7ad
User & Date: rkeene on 2014-02-11 04:42:28
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2014-02-11
05:01
Updated to reduce use of malloc/strdup -- current run-time use is only for logging check-in: 614c3eb427 user: rkeene tags: trunk
04:42
Added note if logging is disabled check-in: 8396a85348 user: rkeene tags: trunk
04:40
Re-enabled logging in default build, accidentally disabled check-in: 2334e712aa user: rkeene tags: trunk
Changes

Modified filed.c from [8b7ede8efd] to [f8f87f8101].

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		fprintf(output, "      -l (or --log) specifies a filename to open for writing log entries.  Log\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    entries are made for various stages in transfering files.\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    The log file is opened before switching users (see \"-u\")\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    and root directories (see \"-r\").  The log file is never\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    closed so log rotation without stopping the daemon is will\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    not work.  The value of \"-\" indicates that standard output\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    should be used for logging.  The default is \"%s\".\n", LOG_FILE);




		fprintf(output, "\n");
		fprintf(output, "      -u (or --user) specifies the user to switch user IDs to before servicing\n");
		fprintf(output, "                     requests.  The default is not change user IDs.\n");
		fprintf(output, "\n");
		fprintf(output, "      -r (or --root) specifies the directory to act as the root directory for\n");
		fprintf(output, "                     the file server.  If this option is specified, chroot(2)\n");
		fprintf(output, "                     is called.  The default is not change root directories,\n");







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		fprintf(output, "      -l (or --log) specifies a filename to open for writing log entries.  Log\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    entries are made for various stages in transfering files.\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    The log file is opened before switching users (see \"-u\")\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    and root directories (see \"-r\").  The log file is never\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    closed so log rotation without stopping the daemon is will\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    not work.  The value of \"-\" indicates that standard output\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    should be used for logging.  The default is \"%s\".\n", LOG_FILE);
#ifdef FILED_DONT_LOG
		fprintf(output, "                    Note that logging is completely disabled so this option does\n");
		fprintf(output, "                    nothing in this build.\n");
#endif
		fprintf(output, "\n");
		fprintf(output, "      -u (or --user) specifies the user to switch user IDs to before servicing\n");
		fprintf(output, "                     requests.  The default is not change user IDs.\n");
		fprintf(output, "\n");
		fprintf(output, "      -r (or --root) specifies the directory to act as the root directory for\n");
		fprintf(output, "                     the file server.  If this option is specified, chroot(2)\n");
		fprintf(output, "                     is called.  The default is not change root directories,\n");