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CFSMUTIL(8)							   CFSMUTIL(8)

       cfsmutil	 -  utility for setting and retrieving CIFS File System Module
       (CFSM) parameters

       cfsmutil [-s]

       cfsmutil [-k]

       cfsmutil [-l <level>] [-f <filename>] [-m <filemaxsize>]

       cfsmutil [-i]

       cfsmutil [-h]

       cfsmutil is used to control  and	 retrieve  various  CIFS  File	System
       Module parameters related to tracing.

       The  CIFS  FIle	System Module is used to add functionality to the CIFS
       Server (Samba) prodcut.

       -s     Enables the CFSM tracing.

       -k     Disables the CFSM tracing.

       -l level
	      Sets new CFSM trace level.

	      The minimum is 0, the maximum is 8. Setting to 0 corresponds  to
	      no tracing. The default level is 0. Trace level 1 corresponds to
	      minimal tracing - only crucial, major events are	logged.	 Trace
	      level  8	corresponds  to	 maximum  tracing  - every event worth
	      tracing is logged.  Trace	 levels	 2-7  are  progressively  more
	      inclusive of events logged, but are not precisely defined.

       -i     Displays the current parameters and trace state.

	      The parameters displayed are:

	      CFSM Tracing on/off

	      CFSM Tracing level

	      CFSM Tracing file name

	      CFSM Tracing file maximum size

       -h     Displays help text.

       -f filename
	      Sets	 new	   trace       filename;       default	    is

	      NOTE: CFSM tracing must be disabled to use this option.

       -m filemaxsize
	      Sets max size of the trace file in megabytes; defaults is 1.

	      NOTE: CFSM tracing must be disabled to use this option.

       NOTE: When the trace level, trace filename and trace file maximum  size
       parameters  are	set,  the values will survive reboots and crashes. The
       default value is only relevant until the	 first	time  the  values  are
       manually set.


       The  original  Samba  software  and  related  utilities were created by
       Andrew Tridgell. Samba is now developed by the Samba Team  as  an  Open
       Source project similar to the way the Linux kernel is developed.

       The  original  Samba  man pages were written by Karl Auer. The man page
       sources were converted to YODL format (another excellent piece of  Open
       Source  software,  available  at  and
       updated for the Samba 2.0 release by Jeremy Allison. The conversion  to
       DocBook	for  Samba  2.2	 was  done by Gerald Carter. The conversion to
       DocBook XML 4.2 for Samba 3.0 was done by Alexander Bokovoy.


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