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       App::ClusterSSH::Cluster - Object representing cluster configuration



       Object representing application configuration


           Create a new object.  Object should be common across all invocations.

           Read in /etc/clusters, $HOME/.clusterssh/clusters and any other given file name and
           register the tags found.

           Call an external script suing "-L" to list available tags

           Use an external script to resolve @tags into hostnames.

           Read in /etc/tags, $HOME/.clusterssh/tags and any other given file name and register
           the tags found.

           Read in the given cluster file and register the tags found

           Expand ~ or $HOME in a filename

           Read in the given tag file and register the tags found

           Register the given tag name with the given host names.

           Register the given host on the provided tags.

       @entries = $cluster->get_tag('tag');
       $entries = $cluster->get_tag('tag');
           Retrieve all entries for the given tag.  Returns an array of hosts or the number of
           hosts in the array depending on context.

       @tags = $cluster->list_tags();
           Return an array of all available tag names

       %tags = $cluster->dump_tags();
           Returns a hash of all tag data.

       @tags = $cluster->expand_glob( $type, $name, @items );
           Use shell expansion against each item in @items, where $type is either 'node', or
           'tag' and $name is the node or tag name.  These attributes are presented to the user
           in the event of an issue with the expanion to track down the source.


       Duncan Ferguson, "<duncan_j_ferguson at>"


       Copyright 1999-2016 Duncan Ferguson.

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