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NAME

       autosupport — interactive script to provide Digium[tm]'s support with information

SYNOPSIS

       autosupport [OPTION] [prefix]

DESCRIPTION

       autosupport  is  a  script  that  is  normally run by a user contacting Digium's Technical
       Support to automate gathering support information. It  will  probe  the  system  for  some
       run-time  and system information, and generate a backup of Asterisk related configuration.
       An optional parameter for a prefix may be specified which is typically used to  specify  a
       Digium Technical Support Ticket ID.

       The script requires root privileges to run, and writes all output in the home directory of
       the user running the script. For the purposes of this document, this will be  referred  to
       as /root/ henceforth.

       The  system information is written to /root/digiuminfo.txt and the backup of configuration
       (and the system information file) are written to a tarball in /root/ with a base  name  of
       digium-info.  A  Date Stamp will be appended, and if specified the optional parameter will
       be a prefix. The tarball at least is expected to be attached  to  a  support  ticket  with
       Digium.

OPTIONS

   Arguments:
       prefix         Used  to prefix the file names. Typically a Digium Technical Support Ticket
                      ID

   Options:
       -n, --non-interactive    Run without requiring user input

       -h, --help               Show help about options

FILES

       /root/digiuminfo.txt
       /root/digium-info_YYYYMMDD.tar.gz

SEE ALSO

       asterisk(8)

AUTHOR

       autosupport was written by John Bigelow <support@digium.com> in conjunction  with  Charles
       Moye   and   Trey   Blancher.   This   manual   page   was   written   by   Tzafrir  Cohen
       <tzafrir.cohen@xorcom.com> and updated by Charles Moye. Permission  is  granted  to  copy,
       distribute  and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License,
       Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License  can  be  found  in
       /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2.