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dacsconf - display configuration directives


dacsconf [dacsoptions[1]] [-vars] [directive-name...]

dacsconf [-item_types]


This program is part of the DACS suite.

The dacsconf utility processes DACS configuration files (see dacs.conf(5)[2]) and outputs
to stdout the values of directives or variable references currently in effect for the
specified jurisdiction.

Although the order in which clauses appear in configuration files can be important, the
order of configuration directives is for the most part not significant. The exception is
the EVAL[3] directive. These directives are listed in the order in which they would be
evaluated, and their unevaluated values appear in the output.

This program is also available as a DACS web service, dacs_conf(8)[4].

Because the configuration might reveal information that could be taken advantage of by
an attacker, only the DACS administrator should be able to run this command.


List the names of all predefined item types. The presence of a name does not imply
that DACS has been configured to use the item type.

By default, directives that appear within a clause (e.g., <Auth> or <Roles>) are
emitted in the context of that clause. This option "flattens" the output by emitting
it in the form of DACS variables.

For example, the STYLE directive in an Auth section having an id of foo will appear as
AUTH.FOO.STYLE in the output.

All variables in the Conf namespace are displayed, including those set by EVAL.

One or more directive names or variable references may be provided to limit the
output. It is not an error if a directive-name is not defined.

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