NAME¶cdist-type__line - Manage lines in files
DESCRIPTION¶This cdist type allows you to add lines and remove lines from files.
- Insert the given line after this pattern.
- Insert the given line before this pattern.
- If supplied, use this as the destination file. Otherwise the object_id is used.
- Specifies the line which should be absent or present.
Must be present, if state is 'present'. Ignored if regex is given and state is 'absent'.
- If state is 'present', search for this pattern and if it matches add the
If state is 'absent', ensure all lines matching the regular expression are absent.
The regular expression is interpreted by awk's match function.
- 'present' or 'absent', defaults to 'present'
- The line was added.
- The line or its position was changed.
- The line was removed.
# Manage a hosts entry for www.example.com. __line /etc/hosts \ --line '127.0.0.2 www.example.com' # Manage another hosts entry for test.example.com. __line hosts:test.example.com \ --file /etc/hosts \ --line '127.0.0.3 test.example.com' # Remove the line starting with TIMEZONE from the /etc/rc.conf file. __line legacy_timezone \ --file /etc/rc.conf \ --regex 'TIMEZONE=.*' \ --state absent # Insert a line before another one. __line password-auth-local:classify \ --file /etc/pam.d/password-auth-local \ --line '-session required pam_exec.so debug log=/tmp/classify.log /usr/local/libexec/classify' \ --before '^session[[:space:]]+include[[:space:]]+password-auth-ac$' # Insert a line after another one. __line password-auth-local:classify \ --file /etc/pam.d/password-auth-local \ --line '-session required pam_exec.so debug log=/tmp/classify.log /usr/local/libexec/classify' \ --after '^session[[:space:]]+include[[:space:]]+password-auth-ac$'
AUTHORS¶Steven Armstrong <steven-cdist--@--armstrong.cc>
COPYING¶Copyright (C) 2018 Steven Armstrong. Free use of this software is granted under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3).
|February 16, 2019||4.10.6|