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CCONF

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NAME

cconf - ceph conf file tool  

SYNOPSIS

cconf -c conffile -l prefix
cconf key [ default ] -s section1 ...
cconf key [ default ] -i id -t type  

DESCRIPTION

cconf is a utility for extracting values from a "INI" style configuration files. It has three basic modes of operation.

The first mode simply prints all section names that begin with prefix.

The second mode extracts an option value by searching through one or more sections, in the order specified on the command line. If the option does not exist in

The third mode will look in the standard section names for the given daemon id of type type. conffile, an optional default value may be output instead.

 

EXAMPLES

To extract the value of the "osd data" option for the osd0 daemon,
cconf -c foo.conf "osd data" -i 0 -t osd

This is equivalent to doing specifying sections [osd0], [osd.0], [osd], or [global], in that order of preference:

cconf -c foo.conf "osd data" -s osd0 -s osd.0 -s osd -s global

To list all sections that begin with osd:

cconf -c foo.conf -l osd
 

AVAILABILITY

cconf is part of the Ceph distributed file system. Please refer to the Ceph wiki at http://ceph.newdream.net/wiki for more information.  

SEE ALSO

ceph(8), mkcephfs(8)


 

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