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cipux_object_client - create, destroy CipUX objects

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NAME

cipux_object_client - create, destroy CipUX objects

VERSION

version 3.4.0.3

SYNOPSIS

 cipux_object_client [OPTIONS] -a <ACTION>
 cipux_object_client [OPTIONS] -a list
 cipux_object_client [OPTIONS] -a create -t <TYPE> -o <OBJECT>
 cipux_object_client [OPTIONS] -a destroy -t <TYPE> -o <OBJECT>

OPTIONS

        -c | --cfg             : cipux-object.conf
        -D | --debug [<LEVEL>] : print debug messages for developers
        -h | --help            : print help (this message + options)
        -l | --list            : lists configuration scopes
        -p | --pretty          : nice boxed output
        -V | --version         : print only version
             --verbose         : print more messages

USAGE

 cipux_object_client [OPTIONS] -l             : lists CipUX objects
 cipux_object_client [OPTIONS] -h             : help page
 cipux_object_client [OPTIONS] -V             : prints version

DESCRIPTION

TODO

REQUIRED ARGUMENTS

One of -l or -h or -V is required.

ARGUMENTS

-c
Same as option --cfg.
--cfg
To specify the configuration file, if any. The preset location for the configuration file is:
 
 (1) ~/.cipux/cipux-object.conf
    
 
or
 
 (2) /etc/cipux/cipux-object.conf
    
 
If both are missing, you have to use this option --cfg to specify one.
-D
Same as option --debug.
--debug
To see more output, what the internals is doing, you can enable the --debug and see more messages printed to STDOUT. The suggestion is not to use debug output for production code.
-h
Same as option --help
--help
Prints brief help message.
-l
Same as option --list
--list
Lists all object scopes. The object scopes are read from the configuration file. The preset location of the configuration file is /etc/cipux/cipux-storage-structure.conf. One object type is needed for the --type option.
 
Prints a list of configuration types to STDOUT. No object will be changed. This is useful if (1) you would like to see what kind of objects this layer can handle and (2) if you would like to test the preset or another object layer configuration file. You can use this with all other options, they will be ignored except -p | -pretty or -D | --debug.
 
Example:
 
 cipux_object_client -l -p
 +-----------------------+
 | type                  |
 +=======================+
 | cipux_account         |
 | cipux_share           |
 | cipux_room            |
 | cipux_configuration   |
 | cipux_machines        |
 | netgroup              |
 | cipux_room            |
 +-----------------------+
    
-p
Same as option --pretty.
--pretty
On command which produce an output, this option can be used to draw a fancy box around the output.
-V
Same as option --version.
--version
Prints the version and exits.
--verbose
Not implemented jet.
-v
Same as option --verbose.

DIAGNOSTICS

TODO

EXIT STATUS

TODO

CONFIGURATION

TODO

DEPENDENCIES

Carp CipUX::Object::Client version

INCOMPATIBILITIES

Not known.

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

Not known.

SEE ALSO

See the CipUX web page and the manual at <http://www.cipux.org>
See the mailing list <http://sympa.cipworx.org/wws/info/cipux-devel>

AUTHOR

Christian Kuelker <christian.kuelker@cipworx.org> Copyright (C) 2007 - 2009 by Christian Kuelker
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