||#define NOITD_USAGE "NOITD(8) NOITD(8)\n\n\n\nNNAAMMEE\n noitd â Reconnoiter scout daemon\n\nSSYYNNOOPPSSIISS\n nnooiittdd [âc] [âu _u_s_e_r] [âg _g_r_o_u_p] [ât _p_a_t_h] [âd] [âD] [âh]\n\nDDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN\n nnooiittdd is the daemon that performs all health and metric checks.\n Generally, one is run in each environment (secured submet).\n\n ââuu Optionally specifies a username or uid under which to operate.\n\n ââgg Optionally specifies a group name or gid under which to operate.\n\n ââtt Optionally specifies a path to chroot(2) for operation. Measures\n must be taken to ensure that log files can be accessed in the\n chrooted environment.\n\n ââcc Specifies a configuration file to read. The initial\n configuration is read from this file and wwrriittee ccoonnffiigg commands\n will write to this file. The default location of the\n configuration file is _n_o_i_t_d_._c_o_n_f in the sysconfdir specified at\n build time.\n\n ââDD Instructs nnooiittdd to run in the foreground. Normally, noitd\n consists of a management process and a child process that\n performs all actions. This prevents that scenario and runs only\n the child process attached to the terminal. This is primarily\n for debugging purposes.\n\n ââdd Enables the debug output facility despite configuration to the\n contrary.\n\n ââhh Displays the usage information.\n\n\n\n 09/08/2008 NOITD(8)\n"