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NAME

       cgsnapshot - generate the configuration file for given controllers

SYNOPSIS

       cgsnapshot [-h] [-s] [-t] [-b file] [-w file] [-f output_file]  [controller] [...]

DESCRIPTION

       cgsnapshot generates the cgconfig compatible configuration file for given controllers.  If
       no controller is set, then cgsnapshot shows all mounted hierarchies.  The output is in the
       same format as cgconfig.conf configuration file.

       -b file
              Display  only  variables  from blacklist.  The default location of the blacklist is
              /etc/cgsnapshot_blacklist.conf.  This list contains all variables which  should  be
              ignored  by  cgsnapshot  tool.  If the variable is blacklisted, then it will not be
              displayed.  If it is not present on the blacklist, then the whitelist is checked.

       -h, --help
              display this help and exit

       -f, --file
              Redirect the output to output_file

       -s, --silent
              Ignore all warnings

       -t, --strict
              Do not display the variables which are not on the whitelist

       -w file
              Set the blacklist configuration file.   This  list  contains  all  variables  which
              should  be  displayed  by cgsnapshot tool.  If the variable is not blacklisted then
              whitelist is checked.  If the variable is on the whitelist, then it is displayed by
              cgsnapshot  tool.   If  the  variable is not on the whitelist, then the variable is
              displayed and warning message is produced.  By default the whitelist is not used.

              The warning message can be omitted using -s, --silent flag.  If -t,  --strict  flag
              is used then the variable which is not on whitelist is not displayed.

       controller
              defines controller whose hierarchies will be output

FILES

       /etc/cgsnapshot_blacklist.conf
              default location of the blacklist

       /etc/cgsnapshot_whitelist.conf
              default location of the whitelist

       /etc/cgconfig.conf
              default libcgroup configuration file

SEE ALSO

       cgconfig.conf (5)