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CHEF-APPLY(8)			  chef-client			 CHEF-APPLY(8)

NAME
       chef-apply - The	man page for the chef-apply command line tool.

       chef-apply allows a single recipe to be run from	the command line.

OPTIONS
       This command has	the following syntax:

	  chef-apply name_of_recipe.rb

       This tool has the following options:

       -e RECIPE_TEXT, --execute RECIPE_TEXT
	      Use to execute a resource	using a	string.

       -l LEVEL, --log_level LEVEL
	      The level	of logging that	will be	stored in a log	file.

       -s, --stdin
	      Use to execute a resource	using standard input.

       -v, --version
	      The version of the chef-client.

       -W, --why-run
	      Use  to  run  the	executable in why-run mode, which is a type of
	      chef-client run that does	everything except modify  the  system.
	      Use why-run mode to understand why the chef-client makes the de-
	      cisions that it makes and	to learn more about  the  current  and
	      proposed state of	the system.

       -h, --help
	      Shows help for the command.

EXAMPLES
       To use chef-apply to run	a recipe named machinations.rb,	enter the fol-
       lowing:

	  $ chef-apply machinations.rb

AUTHOR
       Chef

				   Chef	12.0			 CHEF-APPLY(8)

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