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PROGRAM:

NAME


fusioninventory-agent - FusionInventory agent For Linux/UNIX, Windows and MacOSX

SYNOPSIS


fusioninventory-agent [options] [--server server|--local path]

Target definition options:
-s --server=URI send tasks result to a server
-l --local=PATH write tasks results locally

Target scheduling options:
--delaytime=LIMIT maximum delay before first target,
in seconds (3600)
--lazy do not contact the target before
next scheduled time

Task selection options:
--list-tasks list available tasks and exit
--no-task=TASK do not run given task

Inventory task specific options:
--no-category=CATEGORY do not list given category items
--scan-homedirs scan user home directories (false)
--scan-profiles scan user profiles (false)
--html save the inventory as HTML (false)
-f --force always send data to server (false)
--backend-collect-timeout=TIME timeout for inventory modules
execution (30)
--additional-content=FILE additional inventory content file

Package deployment task specific options:
--no-p2p do not use peer to peer to download
files (false)

Network options:
-P --proxy=PROXY proxy address
-u --user=USER user name for server authentication
-p --password=PASSWORD password for server authentication
--ca-cert-dir=DIRECTORY CA certificates directory
--ca-cert-file=FILE CA certificates file
--no-ssl-check do not check server SSL certificate
(false)
--timeout=TIME connection timeout, in seconds (180)

Web interface options:
--no-httpd disable embedded web server (false)
--httpd-ip=IP network interface to listen to (all)
--httpd-port=PORT network port to listen to (62354)
--httpd-trust=IP trust requests without authentication
token (false)

Logging options:
--logger=BACKEND logger backend (stderr)
--logfile=FILE log file
--logfile-maxsize=SIZE maximum size of the log file in MB (0)
--logfacility=FACILITY syslog facility (LOG_USER)
--color use color in the console (false)

Configuration options:
--config=BACKEND configuration backend
--conf-file=FILE configuration file

Execution mode options:
-w --wait=LIMIT maximum delay before execution,
in seconds
-d --daemon run the agent as a daemon (false)
--no-fork don't fork in background (false)
-t --tag=TAG add given tag to inventory results
--debug debug mode (false)
--setup print the agent setup directories
and exit
--version print the version and exit

DESCRIPTION


The fusioninventory-agent agent is a generic multi-platform agent. It can perform a large
array of management tasks, such as local inventory, software deployment or network
discovery. It can be used either standalone, or in combination with a compatible server
(OCS, GLPI, OTRS) acting as a centralized control point.

OPTIONS


Most of the options are available in a short form and a long form. For example, the two
lines below are all equivalent:

% fusioninventory-agent -s localhost
% fusioninventory-agent --server localhost

Target definition options
-s, --server=URI
Send the results of tasks execution to given server.

If URI doesn't start with http:// or https://, the agent assume the parameter is a
hostname and rewrite it as:

% --server=http://servername/ocsinventory

In general, OCS Inventory server URL have this format:

http://servername/ocsinventory

and FusionInventory for GLPI this one:

http://servername/glpi/plugins/fusioninventory/front/plugin_fusioninventory.communication.php

Multiple values can be specified, using comma as a separator.

-l, --local=PATH
Write the results of tasks execution locally.

Exact behaviour according to given path:

· if PATH is a directory, a file will be created therein

· if PATH is a file, it will be used directly

· if PATH is '-', STDOUT will be used

Multiple values can be specified, using comma as a separator.

Target scheduling options
--delaytime=LIMIT
Set an initial delay before the first target, whose value is computed randomly between
LIMIT / 2 and LIMIT seconds. This setting is ignored for server targets after the
initial contact, in favor of server-specified parameter (PROLOG_FREQ).

--lazy
Do not contact the target before next scheduled time.

This option is only available when the agent is not run as a server.

Task selection options
--list-tasks
List available tasks and exit

--no-task=TASK
Do not run given task.

Multiple values can be specified, using comma as a separator. See option --list-tasks
for the list of available tasks.

Inventory task specific options
--no-category=CATEGORY
Do not list given category items in inventory.

Multiple values can be specified, using comma as a separator. The available categories
are:

· battery

· controller

· cpu

· drive

· environment

· input

· license

· local_group

· local_user

· lvm

· memory

· modem

· monitor

· network

· printer

· process

· slot

· software

· sound

· storage

· usb

· user

· video

· virtualmachine

--scan-homedirs
Allow the agent to scan home directories for virtual machines.

--scan-profiles
Allow the agent to scan user profiles for softwares.

--html
Save the inventory as HTML.

This is only used for local inventories.

-f, --force
Send an inventory to the server, even if this last one doesn't ask for it.

--backend-collect-timeout=TIME
Timeout for inventory modules execution.

--additional-content=FILE
Additional inventory content file.

This file should be an XML file, using same syntax as the one produced by the agent.

Package deployment task specific options
--no-p2p
Do not use peer to peer to download files.

Server target specific options
-P, --proxy=PROXY
Use PROXY as HTTP proxy.

By default, the agent uses HTTP_PROXY environment variable.

-u USER, --user=USER
Use USER for server authentication.

-p, --password=PASSWORD
Use PASSWORD for server authentication.

--ca-cert-dir=DIRECTORY
CA certificates directory.

--ca-cert-file=FILE
CA certificates file.

--no-ssl-check
Do not check server SSL certificate.

--timeout=TIME
Timeout for server connections.

Web interface options
--no-httpd
Disable the embedded web server.

--httpd-ip=IP
The network interface to use for the embedded web server (all).

--httpd-port=PORT
The network port to use for the embedded web server (62354).

--httpd-trust=IP
Trust requests from given addresses without authentication token (false).

For example: "192.168.0.0/24", "192.168.168.0.5" or an IP range like "20.34.101.207 -
201.3.9.99". Hostnames are also accepted. See Net::IP documentation to get more
example.

Multiple values can be specified, using comma as a separator.

Logging options
--logger=BACKEND
Logger backend to use.

Multiple values can be specified, using comma as a separator. The available backends
are:

· stderr: log messages directly in the console.

· file: log messages in a file.

· syslog: log messages through the local syslog server.

Multiple values can be specified, using comma as a separator.

--logfile=FILE
Log message in FILE (implies File logger backend).

--logfile-maxsize=SIZE
Max logfile size in MB, default is unlimited. When the max size is reached, the file
is truncated. This is only useful if there is no log rotation mechanism on the system.

--logfacility=FACILITY
Syslog facility to use (default LOG_USER).

--color
Display color on the terminal, when the Stderr backend is used.

This options is ignored on Windows.

Configuration options
--config=BACKEND
Configuration backend to use.

The available backends are:

· file: read configuration from a file (default anywhere else as Windows).

· registry: read configuration from the registry (default on Windows).

· none: don't read any configuration.

--conf-file=FILE
Use FILE as configuration file (implies file configuration backend).

Execution mode options
-w LIMIT, --wait=LIMIT
Wait a random delay whose value is computed randomly between 0 and LIMIT seconds,
before execution. This is useful when execution is triggered from some kind of system
scheduling on multiple clients, to spread the server load.

-d, --daemon
Run the agent as a daemon.

--no-fork
Don't fork in background.

This is only useful when running as a daemon.

--pidfile=FILE
Store pid in FILE.

This is only useful when running as a daemon.

--tag=TAG
Add the given tag to every inventory results.

--debug
Turn the debug mode on. You can use the parameter up to 3 times in a row to increase
the verbosity (e.g: --debug --debug).

Level 3 turns on the debug mode of some external libraries like Net::SSLeay. These
messages will only be be printed on STDERR.

--setup
Print the agent setup directories and exit.

--version
Print the version and exit.

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