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NAME

       grr_config_updater - GRR configuration tool

SYNOPSIS

       grr_config_updater [-h] [--verbose] [--debug] [--config CONFIG]
                          [--secondary_configs SECONDARY_CONFIGS] [--config_help]
                          [--context CONTEXT] [--plugins PLUGINS]
                          [--disallow_missing_config_definitions] [-p PARAMETER]
                          [--list_storage][--share_dir SHARE_DIR]
                          <subcommand>

DESCRIPTION

       This  is  the  main  configuration  tool  for  GRR. It has numerous subcommands to perform
       various actions. When first setting up a new GRR instance, one probably only  cares  about
       'initialize'.

       This tool needs to be executed as the '_grr' user, e.g. via 'sudo -u _grr'.

SUBCOMMANDS

       generate_keys
              Generate crypto keys in the configuration.

       repack_clients
              Repack the clients binaries with the current configuration.

       initialize
              Run all the required steps to setup a new GRR install.

       set_var
              Set a config variable.

       update_user
              Update user settings.

       add_user
              Add a new user.

       delete_user
              Delete an user account.

       show_user
              Display user settings or list all users.

       upload_raw
              Upload a raw file to an aff4 path.

       upload_artifact
              Upload a raw json artifact file.

       upload_python
              Sign and upload a 'python hack' which can be used to execute code on a client.

       upload_exe
              Sign and upload an executable which can be used to execute code on a client.

       sign_component
              Authenticode Sign the component.

       upload_component
              Sign and upload a client component.

       upload_components
              Sign  and upload all client components.  download_missing_rekall_profiles Downloads
              all Rekall profiles from the repository that  are  not  currently  present  in  the
              database.

OPTIONS

       --verbose
              Turn of verbose logging.

       --debug
              When an unhandled exception occurs break in the debugger.

       --config CONFIG
              Primary  Configuration  file  to  use.  This  is  normally taken from the installed
              package and should rarely be specified.

       --secondary_configs  SECONDARY_CONFIGS  Secondary  configuration  files  to  load   (These
       override previous configuration files.).

       --config_help
              Print help about the configuration.

       --context CONTEXT
              Use these contexts for the config.

       --plugins PLUGINS
              Load these files as additional plugins.

       --disallow_missing_config_definitions  If  true,  we  raise  an  error on undefined config
       options.

       -p PARAMETER, --parameter PARAMETER Global override  of  config  values.  For  example  -p
       DataStore.implementation=MySQLDataStore

       --list_storage
              List all storage subsystems present.

       --share_dir SHARE_DIR Path to the directory containing grr data.

AUTHOR

       GRR developers team <grr-dev@googlegroups.com>