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init-checkconf(8) [linux man page]

init-checkconf(8)					      System Manager's Manual						 init-checkconf(8)

init-checkconf - manual page for init-checkconf SYNOPSIS
init-checkconf [OPTIONS] file init-checkconf [OPTIONS] -f file DESCRIPTION
Determine if specified Upstart init(8) job configuration file is valid. By default, two checks are performed: o Ensure Upstart can parse overall file successfully o Ensure all script sections are parseable by shell OPTIONS
-d , --debug Show some debug output. -f file , --file=file Specify job configuration file to check. -i path , --initctl-path=path Specify path to initctl(8) binary. -s , --noscript Do not check script sections. -x path , --upstart-path=path Specify path to init(8) binary. -h , --help Display usage statement. AUTHOR
Written by James Hunt <> LIMITATIONS
o This program will not run as the root user. o It is not possible for a user to run multiple simultaneous instances of this program. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs at <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2011 Canonical Ltd. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICU- LAR PURPOSE. SEE ALSO
sh(1) init(5) init(8) Upstart 2011-04-06 init-checkconf(8)

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initctl2dot(8)						      System Manager's Manual						    initctl2dot(8)

initctl2dot - manual page for initctl2dot SYNOPSIS
Convert initctl(8) output to GraphViz dot(1) format. With no options, initctl(8) will be invoked automatically and the output written to file OPTIONS
-h Display usage statement. -f INFILE , --infile=INFILE File to read initctl(8) output from ("initctl show-config -e"). If not specified, initctl(8) will be run automatically. -w OUTFILE , --outfile=OUTFILE File to write output to. -r RESTRICTIONS , --restrict-to-jobs=RESTRICTIONS Limit display of start on and stop on conditions to comma-separated list of jobs. --color-emits=COLOR_EMITS Specify color for 'emits' lines. --color-start-on=COLOR_START_ON Specify color for 'start on' lines. --color-stop-on=COLOR_STOP_ON Specify color for 'stop on' lines. --color-event=COLOR_EVENT Specify color for event boxes. --color-text=COLOR_TEXT Specify color for summary text. --color-bg=COLOR_BG Specify background color for diagram. --color-event-text=COLOR_EVENT_TEXT Specify color for text in event boxes. --color-job-text=COLOR_JOB_TEXT Specify color for text in job boxes. --color-job=COLOR_JOB Specify color for job boxes. AUTHOR
Written by James Hunt <> REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs at <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2011 Canonical Ltd. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICU- LAR PURPOSE. SEE ALSO
init(8) initctl(8) Upstart 2011-03-07 initctl2dot(8)

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