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JOBCFG(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		     JOBCFG(1)

NAME
       jobcfg -	configure jobs

SYNOPSIS
       jobcfg label get	key
       jobcfg label set	key="value"
       jobcfg label generate
       jobcfg label list
       jobcfg label [export | import]
       jobcfg label [snapshot |	rollback]

DESCRIPTION
       jobcfg deals with job configuration settings. The following subcommands
       are available:

       jobcfg label set	key="value"
	       Set a job variable.

       jobcfg label get	key
	       Print the value of a job	property to standard output.

       jobcfg label list
	       List all	of the job properties, one per line.

       jobcfg label export
	       Export the job configuration database to	a plain-text file.
	       This file can be	restored using the "import" command.

       jobcfg label import
	       Replace the job configuration database with values from a
	       plain-text file that were previously created via	"jobcfg
	       export".

       jobcfg label snapshot
	       Create a	snapshot of the	current	values in the job
	       configuration database.	If a snapshot already exists, it will
	       be replaced with	a new snapshot.

       jobcfg label rollback
	       Rollback	the job	configuration database to it's state at	the
	       time of the last	call to	"jobcfg	snapshot".

       jobcfg label generate --template= input_path --output= output_path
       --delimiter= delimiter
	       Generate	a configuration	file for a job based on	a template.
	       Values in the job configuration database	will be	substituted
	       where possible.	By default, the	is a sequence of three at-
	       symbols,	i.e. "@@@", but	this may be overridden by using	the
	       --delimiter option.

ENVIRONMENT
       The jobcfg command does not rely	on any environment variables.

EXIT STATUS
       The jobcfg command exits0 on success, and>0 if an error occurs

SEE ALSO
       jobctl(1), jobd(8), job(5)

AUTHORS
       Mark Heily <mark@heily.com>

BUGS
       This command is not implemented yet.

FreeBSD	11.0-CURRENTMAR2016	 May 18, 2016			     JOBCFG(1)

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