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NAME

       grr_console - GRR Rapid Response server console

SYNOPSIS

       grr_console [-h] [--verbose] [--debug] [--config CONFIG]
                   [--secondary_configs SECONDARY_CONFIGS] [--config_help]
                   [--context CONTEXT] [--plugins PLUGINS]
                   [--disallow_missing_config_definitions] [-p PARAMETER]
                   [--list_storage] [--local_client] [--local_worker]
                   [--client_ids CLIENT_IDS] [--hostnames HOSTNAMES]
                   [--testnames TESTNAMES] [--client CLIENT] [--reason REASON]
                   [--code_to_execute CODE_TO_EXECUTE]
                   [--command_file COMMAND_FILE] [--exit_on_complete]

DESCRIPTION

       This  is  the  interactive console for the GRR server. Its usage follows the guidelines of
       IPython as it is based on this toolkit.

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.

       --local_client
              The target client(s) are running locally.

       --local_worker
              Run tests with a local worker.

       --client_ids   CLIENT_IDS   List   of   client   ids   to   test.   If   unset   we    use
       Test.end_to_end_client_ids from the config.

       --hostnames   HOSTNAMES   List   of   client   hostnames   to   test.   If  unset  we  use
       Test.end_to_end_client_hostnames from the config.

       --testnames TESTNAMES List of test names to run. If unset we run all relevant tests.

       --client CLIENT
              Initialise the console with this client id (e.g.  C.1234345).

       --reason REASON
              Create a default token with this access reason

       --code_to_execute CODE_TO_EXECUTE If present, no console is started but the code given  in
       the flag is run instead (comparable to the -c option of IPython).

       --command_file  COMMAND_FILE  If  present,  no  console  is  started but the code given in
       command file is supplied as input instead.

       --exit_on_complete
              If set to False and command_file or code_to_execute is  set  we  keep  the  console
              alive after the code completes.

SEE ALSO

       grr_export(1), grr_fuse(1).

AUTHOR

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