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LEMONLDAP-NG-CLI(1p) User Contributed Perl Documentation LEMONLDAP-NG-CLI(1p)

NAME

lemonldap-ng-cli - Command-line manager for Lemonldap::NG web-SSO system.

DESCRIPTION

lemonldap-ng-cli is a command line interface to interact with Lemonldap::NG configuration. It can be used to read or update configuration variables programmatically, or perform global operations on the configuration.

SYNOPSIS

Usage: lemonldap-ng-cli [options] ACTION [parameters ...]

Available actions:

 help                            : print the full documentation
 info                            : get currentconfiguration info
 update-cache                    : force configuration cache to be updated
 test-email DESTINATION          : send a test email
 get KEY                         : get values of parameters
 set KEY VALUE                   : set parameter(s) value(s)
 del KEY                         : delete parameters
 addKey KEY SUBKEY VALUE         : add or set a subkey in a parameter
 delKey KEY SUBKEY               : delete subkey of a parameter
 addPostVars HOST URI KEY VALUE  : add post vars for form replay
 delPostVars HOST URI KEY        : delete post vars for form replay
 save                            : export configuration to STDOUT
 restore -                       : import configuration from STDIN
 restore FILE                    : import configuration from file
 rollback                        : restore previous configuration

Options:

 -yes 0|1                     : accept confirmation prompt automatically
 -log msg                     : set configuration log message
 -safe 0|1                    : fail in case the requested configuration is invalid
 -force 0|1                   : allow overwrite of existing config number
 -cfgNum NUM                  : set new configuration number (requires -force 1)
 -sep CHAR                    : separator of hierarchical values (by default: /)
 -iniFile FILE                : path to an alternate lemonldap-ng.ini file

Additional options:

 --user=USER    : change user running the script
 --group=GROUP  : change group running the script

EXAMPLES

Get information about current configuration

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli info

Update local configuration cache

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli update-cache

Send a test email

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli test-email dwho@badwolf.org

Save configuration

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli save >conf.json
  $ lemonldap-ng-cli -cfgNum 19 save >conf-19.json

Restore configuration

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli restore conf.json
  # OR
  $ lemonldap-ng-cli restore - <conf.json

Cancel the last configuration change

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli rollback

Get a configuration parameter value

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli get portal domain cookieName

Set some values

  $ lemonldap-ng-cli set portal http://auth.e.com/ domain e.com
  # add or set a key
  $ lemonldap-ng-cli addKey macro fullname '$givenName." ".$lastName'
  # without changing the version number
  $ lemonldap-ng-cli -force 1 -cfgNum 1 set portal http://auth.e.com/ domain e.com
  # without asking for confirmation
  $ lemonldap-ng-cli -yes 1 set portal http://auth.e.com/ domain e.com

ARGUMENTS

Print configuration metadata, such as number, author, date and log
Update the local configuration cache, this command only affects the server on which it is run
Sends a test email to the specified DESTINATION, this lets you check your SMTP settings
Print the specified KEY from configuration. Multiple keys may be given
Set the specified KEY to the specified VALUE. Multiple key-value pairs may be given.

The configuration number is increased once all given key-value pairs have been processesed.

Delete the specified KEY from configuration. Multiple keys can be given.

The configuration number is increased once all keys have been deleted.

This action can be used to set a sub-key inside a composite configuration key (such as globalStorageOptions, locationRules, etc.)

Multiple key-subkey-value triplets may be given.

The configuration number is increased once all given triplets have been processesed.

This action can be used to delete a sub-key from a composite configuration key (such as globalStorageOptions, locationRules, etc.)

Multiple key-subkey pairs may be given.

The configuration number is increased once all given pairs have been processesed.

This action lets you add a new POST var in a form replay configuration.
This action lets you delete a new POST var in a form replay configuration.
Dump the entire LemonLDAP::NG configuration to standard output, in JSON format.

The resulting dump can be imported into the manager's interface, or restored with the restore command.

Replace the existing configuration with the content of the provided JSON-formatted FILE. If FILE is the - string, configuration will be read from standard input.
This command can be used to cancel the latest configuration change. The previous configuration is fetched from configuration history and saved under a new configuration number.

This action is meant to be a convenient wrapper around save and restore, and does not handle rolling back to an arbitrary version. Rolling back to an arbitrary version can be done manually with save and restore

OPTIONS

Skip confirmation prompt (default: 0)
Allows you to set the log message that will be displayed in the manager
The configuration change will be aborted if it contains errors (default: 0)
Allows you to force overwriting an existing configuration number (default: 0)
Choose a particular configuration number (default: latest)
Allows you to define hierarchical separator
Allows you to set an alternative ini file
Run the script under the USER system user identity
Run the script under the GROUP system group identity

SEE ALSO

Lemonldap::NG::Manager::Cli, Lemonldap::NG::Common::Cli <http://lemonldap-ng.org/>

AUTHORS

BUG REPORT

Use OW2 system to report bug or ask for features: <https://gitlab.ow2.org/lemonldap-ng/lemonldap-ng/issues>

DOWNLOAD

Lemonldap::NG is available at <https://release.ow2.org/lemonldap/>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

2022-02-25 perl v5.32.1