Clockwork

cw-fact(1)

NAME

cw-fact - Clockwork Agent Fact Utility

SYNOPSIS

cw-fact [options]

cw-fact -c /path/to/cogd.conf

cw-fact sys.fqdn sys.hostname

DESCRIPTION

Clockwork is a configuration management system designed to securely and correctly enforce configuration policies on lots of hosts.

It can ensure that files have the right attributes (owner, group, permissions, etc.) and content. It can maintain a specific set of installed packages, and even make sure that system user accounts exist.

cw-fact is a small utility that will gather system facts the way cogd does, and print them to standard output.

If you don't specify any fact arguments, all facts will be printed.

OPTIONS

-V, --version

Print version and copyright information, and then exit.

-c, --config /path/to/cogd.conf

Specify the path to an alternate configuration file. If not given, the default configuration file (/etc/clockwork/cogd.conf) is used instead.

-v, --verbose

Increase logging verbosity by one level.

-q, --quiet

Disable logging.

FILES

/etc/clockwork/cogd.conf

Default configuration file that cogd reads on start up. See cogd.conf(5) for details.

SEE ALSO

clockwork(7), clockd(1), clockd.conf(5) and cogd.conf(5)

AUTHOR

Clockwork was designed and written by James Hunt.

The Clockwork website is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License