scdumpcfg

Dump bindings or module configurations used by a specific module or global for particular stations.

Description

scdumpcfg reads and prints the module or bindings configuration for a specific module or for global. This command-line utility is useful for debugging of configuration parameters.

Related to scdumpcfg is bindings2cfg which dumps the bindings configuration to SCML.

Examples

  1. Dump the global bindings configuration for all stations which have global bindings.

    scdumpcfg global -d mysql://sysop:sysop@localhost/seiscomp -B
    
  2. Dump the bindings configuration for all stations which have bindings to a scautopick profile. Additionally use -G as scautopick inherits global bindings.

    scdumpcfg scautopick -d mysql://sysop:sysop@localhost/seiscomp -GB
    
  3. Dump the module global module configuration specifcally searching for the map zoom sensitivity and output the result in the format of the SeisComP module configuration.

    scdumpcfg global -d mysql://sysop:sysop@localhost/seiscomp --cfg -P map.zoom.sensitivity
    
  4. Dump the module configuration of scautopick and output in the format of the SeisComP module configuration.

    scdumpcfg scautopick -d mysql://sysop:sysop@localhost/seiscomp --cfg
    

Configuration

etc/defaults/global.cfg
etc/defaults/scdumpcfg.cfg
etc/global.cfg
etc/scdumpcfg.cfg
~/.seiscomp/global.cfg
~/.seiscomp/scdumpcfg.cfg

scdumpcfg inherits global options.

Command-line

Generic

-h, --help

show help message.

-V, --version

show version information

--config-file arg

Use alternative configuration file. When this option is used the loading of all stages is disabled. Only the given configuration file is parsed and used. To use another name for the configuration create a symbolic link of the application or copy it, eg scautopick -> scautopick2.

--plugins arg

Load given plugins.

-D, --daemon

Run as daemon. This means the application will fork itself and doesn’t need to be started with &.

--auto-shutdown arg

Enable/disable self-shutdown because a master module shutdown. This only works when messaging is enabled and the master module sends a shutdown message (enabled with --start-stop-msg for the master module).

--shutdown-master-module arg

Sets the name of the master-module used for auto-shutdown. This is the application name of the module actually started. If symlinks are used then it is the name of the symlinked application.

--shutdown-master-username arg

Sets the name of the master-username of the messaging used for auto-shutdown. If "shutdown-master-module" is given as well this parameter is ignored.

Verbosity

--verbosity arg

Verbosity level [0..4]. 0:quiet, 1:error, 2:warning, 3:info, 4:debug

-v, --v

Increase verbosity level (may be repeated, eg. -vv)

-q, --quiet

Quiet mode: no logging output

--component arg

Limits the logging to a certain component. This option can be given more than once.

-s, --syslog

Use syslog logging back end. The output usually goes to /var/lib/messages.

-l, --lockfile arg

Path to lock file.

--console arg

Send log output to stdout.

--debug

Debug mode: --verbosity=4 --console=1

--log-file arg

Use alternative log file.

Database

--db-driver-list

List all supported database drivers.

-d, --database arg

The database connection string, format: service://user:pwd@host/database. "service" is the name of the database driver which can be queried with "--db-driver-list".

--config-module arg

The configmodule to use.

--inventory-db arg

Load the inventory from the given database or file, format: [service://]location

--config-db arg

Load the configuration from the given database or file, format: [service://]location

Dump

-P, --param arg

Specify parameter name to filter for.

-B, --bindings arg

Dump bindings instead of module configuration.

-G, --allow-global arg

Print global bindings if no module binding is avaible.

--cfg

Print output in .cfg format.