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reporter-rhtsupport(1) [centos man page]

REPORTER-RHTSUPPORT(1)						 LIBREPORT MANUAL					    REPORTER-RHTSUPPORT(1)

NAME
reporter-rhtsupport - Reports problem to RHTSupport. SYNOPSIS
reporter-rhtsupport [-v] [-c CONFFILE] -d DIR Or: reporter-rhtsupport [-v] [-c CONFFILE] [-d DIR] -t[ID] FILE... DESCRIPTION
The tool reads problem directory DIR. Then it logs in to RHTSupport and creates a new case. The URL to new case is printed to stdout and recorded in reported_to element in DIR. If not specified, CONFFILE defaults to /etc/libreport/plugins/rhtsupport.conf. Option -t uploads FILEs to the already created case on RHTSupport site. The case ID is retrieved from directory specified by -d DIR. If problem data in DIR was never reported to RHTSupport, upload will fail. Option -tCASE uploads FILEs to the case CASE on RHTSupport site. -d DIR is ignored. Configuration file Configuration file lines should have PARAM = VALUE format. The parameters are: Login Login to RHTSupport account. Password Password to RHTSupport account. URL HTTP(S) address. (default: https://api.access.redhat.com/rs) SSLVerify Use yes/true/on/1 to verify server's SSL certificate. (default: yes) Parameters can be overridden via $RHTSupport_PARAM environment variables. Integration with ABRT events reporter-rhtsupport can be used as an ABRT reporter. Example fragment for /etc/libreport/report_event.conf: # Report Python crashes EVENT=report_RHTSupport analyzer=Python reporter-rhtsupport -d . -c /etc/libreport/plugins/rhtsupport.conf OPTIONS
-d DIR Path to problem directory. -c CONFFILE Path to configuration file. -t[ID] Upload FILEs to the already created case on RHTSupport site. SEE ALSO
abrt_event.conf LIBREPORT 2.1.11 06/18/2014 REPORTER-RHTSUPPORT(1)

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REPORTER-MAILX(1)						 LIBREPORT MANUAL						 REPORTER-MAILX(1)

NAME
reporter-mailx - Sends contents of a problem directory via email. SYNOPSIS
reporter-mailx [-v] -d DIR [-c CONFFILE] DESCRIPTION
The tool reads a problem directory, composes an email message from the directory contents, and uses mailx to send the message to specified recipient. Properties of email messages can be specified in a configuration file, and via environment variables. Configuration file Configuration file contains entries in a format "Option = Value". The options are: Subject The subject of the email message. EmailFrom The sender of the email message. EmailTo The recipient of the email message. SendBinaryData Use yes/true/on/1 to attach all binary files from the problem directory to the email. This can cause the emails to be very large. Integration with ABRT events reporter-mailx can be used as a reporter, to allow users report problems via email when they decide to do it. This usage is pre-configured in /etc/libreport/events.d/mailx_event.conf: EVENT=report_Mailx reporter-mailx It can also be used to notify administrator automatically when a problem happens. When this is desired, modify the event configuration file to run the tool on the post-create event: EVENT=post-create reporter-mailx OPTIONS
-d DIR Path to problem directory. -c CONFFILE Path to configuration file. When used in ABRT event system, the file contains site-wide configuration. Users can change the values via environment variables. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
Environment variables take precedence over values provided in the configuration file. Mailx_Subject Subject of the email message. Mailx_EmailFrom Sender of the email message. Mailx_EmailTo Recipient of the email message. If nor the environment variable nor the corresponding option is defined, the message is send to "root@localhost". Mailx_SendBinaryData Use yes/true/on/1 to attach all binary files from the problem directory to the email. AUTHORS
o ABRT team LIBREPORT 2.1.11 06/18/2014 REPORTER-MAILX(1)

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