elbe-chg_archive

NAME

elbe-chg_archive - Insert a new config archive (.tbz) into a XML file.

SYNOPSIS

elbe chg_archive [options] <xmlfile> [<archive.tar.bz2> | <directory>]

DESCRIPTION

This command exchanges the archive file inside the xml file with the one specified.

The archive tbz is used to insert configuration files into the root-filesystem.

OPTIONS

--keep-attributes
 This is only parsed, if the specified input is a <directory>. If specified the local owners and groups will be stored inside the archive. If not all files and directories will belong to user root and group root.
<xmlfile>
The xmlfile to be modified.
<archive.tar.bz2>
The archive which must be a tar.bz2. The archive is uuencoded and swapped with the archive in the xml file. If no archive exists, the archive xmlnode will be created.
<directory>
A local directory that will be used as archive. The content of the directory will be archived in a tar.bz2 format and then stored uuencoded in the <archive> tag of the specifed <xmlfile>.

EXAMPLES

  • Insert myarch.tar.bz2 into mybsp.xml

    $ elbe chg_archive mybsp.xml myarch.tar.bz2
    
  • Insert my-rfs-overlay into mybsp.xml

    $ mkdir -p my-rfs-overlay/etc
    $ echo 'my-very-special-config' > my-rfs-overlay/etc/my.cfg
    $ elbe chg_archive mybsp.xml my-rfs-overlay
    

ELBE

Part of the elbe1 suite