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CLUSTERSED(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		 CLUSTERSED(1)

NAME
     clustersed	-- quickly dissect cluster files

SYNOPSIS
     clustersed	clusterfile|- string1 ... stringn

DESCRIPTION
     The clustersed program is used to cut individual groups out of a cluster
     file.  This can be	used to	see the	contents of a particular group easily,
     or	to generate special-use	clusters on the	fly. The results of the	pro-
     gram will be sent to standard output.  The	following options are avail-
     able:

     clusterfile  The first argument must either be the	name of	a cluster
		  file,	or a single dash (`-').	 If the	dash is	given, the
		  clusterfile will be read from	the file indicated in the
		  CLUSTER environment variable.	 If the	CLUSTER	environment
		  variable does	not exist, clustersed will process standard
		  input.

     string	  The second argument is a space separated list	of one or more
		  strings to search for	in the cluster file.  These are	the
		  names	of groups within the cluster, and will only match
		  group	names.	If a group name	is matched, all	nodes in that
		  group	will be	printed	out, along with	the `GROUP:' heading
		  and the name of the group.  You can partially	match the be-
		  gining of a group name with a	string.	 For example, the ar-
		  gument `serv'	would match `server1' and `server2' but	would
		  not match `subserv'.

ENVIRONMENT
     clustersed	utilizes the following environment variables:

     CLUSTER  Contains a filename, which is a newline separated	list of	nodes
	      in the cluster.

DIAGNOSTICS
     Exit status is 0 on success, 1 if an error	occurs.

SEE ALSO
     dsh(1).

HISTORY
     The clustersed command appeared in	clusterit 2.0.

AUTHOR
     Clustersed	was written by Tim Rightnour.

			       February	25, 2000

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