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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.