Provided by: update-cluster_0.41.5-3_i386 bug

NAME

       update-cluster-regenerate   -   Regenerates  configuration  files  from
       cluster.xml

SYNOPSIS

       update-cluster-regenerate all | list | [basename] ...

DESCRIPTION

       update-cluster-regenerate regenerates  individual  configuration  files
       from   cluster.xml.    It   uses   hooks   found   in  /usr/lib/update-
       cluster/*.updatelist  and  /etc//update-cluster/updatelist/*.updatelist
       to  do  the  actual  work.   Specifying  all  will  regenerate  all the
       configuration files.

       By  specifying  its  name,  individual  configuration  files   can   be
       regenerated.

OPTIONS

       list   Gives  out a list of possible scripts to be specified.  all will
              execute all of them

       all    Regenerates all configuration files.

       basename
              Execute  only  the  specified  file   to   regenerate   specific
              configuration files.  Use list to see possible options.

              Files   in   /etc//update-cluster/updatelist/*.updatelist   have
              priority  over  /usr/lib/update-cluster/*.updatelist   and   are
              executed instead if they exist.

FILES

       /etc//update-cluster/cluster.xml
              The configuration file which holds the information.

       /usr/share/update-cluster/cluster.dtd
              The DTD for the XML database for cluster nodes.

       /usr/lib/update-cluster/*.updatelistand/etc//update-
       cluster/updatelist/*.updatelist
              The  updation  script.   They need to be installed by individual
              programs as executable scripts.

EXAMPLES

       update-cluster-regenerate all
              Regenerate all configuration files.

       update-cluster-regenerate hosts
              Regenerate hosts files.

       update-cluster-regenerate list
              List possible options.

NOTES

       Please  read  the  sample  files  and  read  the   README.Debian   file
       distributed with the package.

BUGS

       If  a  file  with  the  same  basename  exists  both  in  /etc//update-
       cluster/updatelist/*.updatelist      and      in       /usr/lib/update-
       cluster/*.updatelist  the behaviour of update-cluster-regenerate all is
       incorrect.

AUTHOR

       Written by Junichi Uekawa <dancer@debian.org>,  <dancer@netfort.gr.jp>,
       <dancer@mikilab.doshisha.ac.jp> for Debian Project.

SEE ALSO

       update-cluster-parseconfig (1), update-cluster-regenerate (8)