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       xymoncmd - Run a Xymon command with environment set


       xymoncmd [--env=ENVFILE COMMAND|--version|--debug]


       xymoncmd(1)  is  a  utility that can setup the Xymon environment variables as defined in a
       xymonlaunch(8) compatible environment definition file, and then  execute  a  command  with
       this  environment  in  place.  It is mostly used for testing extension scripts or in other
       situations where you need to run a single command with the environment in place.

       The "--env=ENVFILE" option points xymoncmd to the file where the  environment  definitions
       are loaded from.

       COMMAND is the command to execute after setting up the environment.

       If  you want to run multiple commands, it is often easiest to just use "sh" as the COMMAND
       - this gives you a sub-shell with the environment defined globally.

       The "--debug" option print out more detail steps of xymoncmd execution.

       The "--version" option print out version number of xymoncmd.


       xymonlaunch(8), xymon(7)