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rash(1)				 User Commands			       rash(1)

NAME
       rash - Radmind Assistant

SYNOPSIS
       ra.sh  [	 -cIltV	] [ -% | -q ] [	-C generate | -C checksum ] [ -D work-
       ingdir ]	[ -h server ] [	-p port	] [ -r path ] [	-U user	] [  -w	 auth-
       level ] { trip |	update | create	| auto | force | checkout | checkin }

DESCRIPTION
       rash  is	 a  command line application for running the Radmind tool set.
       It can be used to run the entire	radmind	process	including  updating  a
       client,	running	 a  tripwire  and creating loadsets.  On machines with
       multiple	administrators,	rash can be used to limit conflicts from  mul-
       tiple administrators simultaneously using the tool.

       rash  is	run with a required option telling it what process to run: up-
       date, auto, force, create, trip,	checkout or checkin.

       A machine can be	updated	by using either	the update, auto or force  op-
       tion.   update  will prompt the user at each step in the	process.  auto
       will update the machine without any input,  looping  when  possible  to
       handle  temporary  problems such	as networking issues or	a busy server.
       auto is suitable	to be run as an	automated process.   force  updates  a
       machine	without	looping	or prompting for input and is handy for	quick,
       manual updates.

       create is used to store a loadset on the	radmind	server in an  interac-
       tive  fashion.	Before creating	a transcript, rash first checks	to see
       if the command file and transcripts are correct and prompts the user to
       update them if needed.  The user	can also edit the transcript before it
       is stored on the	server.

       trip is used to run a tripwire on the system.  If the command file  and
       transcripts  are	 correct,  a full tripwire is run with checksums.  Any
       differences are printed to the screen in	a format suitable for e-mailed
       machine reporting.

       checkout	is used	to prevent other users from concurrently running rash.
       It is helpful when an administrator is installing new software or  con-
       figuring	 a client and does not want their work removed.	 Only the user
       who checked out a machine can run rash unless a new checkout is	forced
       from  an	 interactive  rash session.  An	e-mail is sent to the previous
       users when a checkout is	overridden.  As	trip does not modify the  sys-
       tem,  it	 can be	run at any time, regardless of who has checked out the
       machine.	 checkin is used to release a  machine.	  Only	the  user  who
       checked out a machine may check it back in.

       checkin	and checkout both use $USER to determine who is	performing the
       command.	 $USER can be overridden using the -U option.

       The -c option can be used to turn on checksums for  fsdiff.   The  only
       supported checksum is SHA1.

       rash  supports  running	arbitrary  scripts  before  and	 after lapply.
       Preapply	scripts	located	in PREAPPLY are	run before lapply, and postap-
       ply  scripts  located  in  POSTAPPLY are	run after.  The	first argument
       passed to each script is	the full path to apply-able transcript.

OPTIONS
       -%		  Tell fsdiff(1) , lapply(1) , and lcreate(1)  to  use
			  percentage done progress output.

       -c		  use sha1 checksums.

       -C generate	  Print	 a  sha1 checksum of the difference transcript
			  of applied changes. For use with auto, force or  up-
			  date.

       -C checksum	  In  auto mode, exit with an error if the checksum of
			  the difference transcript to	be  applied  does  not
			  match	 checksum.   In	 update	or force mode, warn if
			  the two do not match.

       -D workingdir	  change to workingdir before running. Default is "/".

       -h hostname	  specifies the	radmind	server,	by default radmind.

       -I		  Tell fsdiff(1) , ktcheck(1) ,	and lapply(1)  to  use
			  case-insensitive matching.

       -l		  Prompt for remote user name.	The -U option disables
			  this prompt.

       -p port		  Specifies the	port to	connect	to the server  on,  by
			  default 6222.

       -q		  Tell lapply(1) and lcreate(1)	to operate quietly.

       -r path		  specifies root path from which fsdiff	will start its
			  scan of the filesystem

       -t		  use tempfiles

       -U user		  specifies the	user.  By default, $USER will be used.

       -V		  displays the version of rash and exits.

       -w auth-level	  TLS authorization level, by default 0.  0 = no  TLS,
			  1 = server verification, 2 = server and client veri-
			  fication.

EXIT STATUS
       The following exit values are returned:

       0    successful.

       >1   An error occurred.

SEE ALSO
       fsdiff(1), ktcheck(1),  lapply(1),  lcksum(1),  lcreate(1),  lfdiff(1),
       lmerge(1), lsort(1), twhich(1), radmind(8).

RSUG			       November	30, 2020		       rash(1)

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