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 rabbit, Rabbitmq
 Rabbitmq
 raidoption, FAI_DiskConfig
 ratelimit, Chrony
 ratelimit_options, Chrony
 rbrace, Erlang
 rbrack, Erlang
 rbracket, Sep
 reaction, Nsswitch
 READY-TO-USE LENSES, IniFile
 REAL SERVER CHECKS CONFIGURATION, Keepalived
 real_server_field, Keepalived
 realm_entry, JettyRealm
 recipient, Xymon_Alerting
 RECIPIENTS, Xymon_Alerting
 record
 Record, Avahi
 RECORD
 Record definition, IniFile
 RECORD TYPES, Mke2fs
 record_ace, Test_IniFile
 record_acf, Test_IniFile
 record_ade, Test_IniFile
 record_adf, Test_IniFile
 record_bce, Test_IniFile
 record_bcf, Test_IniFile
 record_bde, Test_IniFile
 record_bdf, Test_IniFile
 record_label_re, IniFile
 record_local, Pg_Hba
 record_noempty, IniFile
 record_re, IniFile
 record_remote, Pg_Hba
 RECORDS
 Records definitions, Pg_Hba
 recover, Xymon_Alerting
 Redis
 refclock, Chrony
 refclock_flags, Chrony
 refclock_options, Chrony
 Reference
 References, Kdump
 refid_re, Ntpd
 reldecimal, Rx
 release_upgrades, Test_Apt_Update_Manager
 relinteger, Rx
 relinteger_noplus, Rx
 remtypes, Pg_Hba
 repeat, Xymon_Alerting
 repo, Yaml
 Reprepro_Uploaders
 reset_counters, Puppet_Auth
 resize, FAI_DiskConfig
 Resolv
 rglob, Erlang
 Rhsm
 Rmt
 router, Sysconfig_Route
 rspace, Erlang
 Rsyslog
 rtable_re, Ntpd
 rule, Xymon_Alerting
 rule_filter, Xymon_Alerting
 RULES, Xymon_Alerting
 runas_alias, Sudoers
 runas_spec, Sudoers
 Rx
let rabbit = Erlang.application "rabbit" parameters
The rabbit Erlang.application config
Parses Rabbitmq configuration files
let raidoption =
let ratelimit = [ Util.indent . key /(cmd)?ratelimit/ . [ space . key ratelimit_options . space . store no_space ]* . eol ]
ratelimit/cmdratelimit has specific syntax
let ratelimit_options = "interval"|"burst"|"leak"
Rate limiting options with values
let rbrace = "}"
Right square bracket
let rbrack = "]"
Right curly brackets
let rbracket = Util.del_str ")"
let reaction = let status_kw = /[Ss][Uu][Cc][Cc][Ee][Ss][Ss]/ | /[Nn][Oo][Tt][Ff][Oo][Uu][Nn][Dd]/ | /[Uu][Nn][Aa][Vv][Aa][Ii][Ll]/ | /[Tt][Rr][Yy][Aa][Gg][Aa][Ii][Nn]/ in let action_kw = /[Rr][Ee][Tt][Uu][Rr][Nn]/ | /[Cc][Oo][Nn][Tt][Ii][Nn][Uu][Ee]/ in let negate = [ Util.del_str "!" . label "negate" ] in let reaction_entry = [ label "status" . negate? . store status_kw . Util.del_str "=" . [ label "action" . store action_kw ] ] in Util.del_str "[" . [ label "reaction" . (Build.opt_list reaction_entry Sep.space) ] . Util.del_str "]"
The reaction on lookup result like `[NOTFOUND=return]’ TODO: Use case-insensitive regexps when ticket #147 is fixed.
let real_server_field = let num_re = "weight" in let flag_re = "inhibit_on_failure" in let to_eol_re = /notify_(up|down)/ in field num_re sto_num | flag flag_re | field to_eol_re sto_to_eol | block "TCP_CHECK" tcp_check_field | block "MISC_CHECK" misc_check_field | block "SMTP_CHECK" smtp_check_field | block /(HTTP|SSL)_GET/ http_check_field
let realm_entry = [ label "user" . [ label "username" . store Rx.word ] . del /[ \t]*:[ \t]*/ ": " . [ label "password" . store Rx.word ] . [ label "realm" . comma_sep . store Rx.word ]* . Util.eol ]
let recipient = mail | script | ignore | format | repeat | unmatched | stop | macro
Recipients are made out of any of the above recipient definitions
let record = IniFile.record title entry
An sssd.conf record
let record = IniFile.record title entry
let record = [ seq "record" . entries+ ]
let record = let option_sep = [ label "operation" . store /[+-]/]? . Sep.equal in let option = Build.key_value /arch|trusted/ option_sep (store Rx.word) in let options = [ label "options" . Util.del_str "[" . Sep.opt_space . Build.opt_list option Sep.space . Sep.opt_space . Util.del_str "]" . sep_ws ] in [ Util.indent . seq "source" . [ label "type" . store word ] . sep_ws . options? . [ label "uri" . store uri ] . sep_ws . [ label "distribution" . store word ] . [ label "component" . sep_ws . store word ]* . del /[ \t]*(#.*)?/ "" . eol ]
let record = IniFile.record title entry
let record = let moreusers = Build.opt_list [ label "moreusers" . store word ] Sep.comma in [ seq "host" . [ label "host" . store word ] . Util.del_ws_tab . [ label "dhcp" . store word ] . Util.del_ws_tab . [ label "user" . store word ] . (Util.del_ws_tab . moreusers)? . (Util.comment|Util.eol) ]
let record = [ seq "entry" . [ label "target" . store target ] . sep_tab . [ label "device" . store fspath ] . (sep_tab . [ label "password" . store fspath ] . ( sep_tab . comma_sep_list "opt")? )? . eol ]
A crypttab record
let record = [ key keyword . (sep_spc . store word)? . eol ]
Keyword, followed by optional whitespace and value, followed by EOL.
let record (title:lens) (entry:lens) = record_noempty title ( entry | empty )
Generic INI File record
let record = let value = store /[^ \t\n]+([ \t]+[^ \t\n]+)*/ in [ key Rx.word . Sep.space . value . Util.eol ]
A login.defs record
let record = [ key word . (Util.del_ws_tab . sto_line)? . Util.eol ]
let record = [ seq "entries" . (record_local | record_remote) . eol ]
A sequence of record_local or record_remote entries
let record = [ label "pattern" . store /[A-Za-z0-9@\*.-]+/ . space_or_eol . (transport | nexthop_smtp) . Util.eol ]
let record = let destinations = Build.opt_list destination comma in [ label "pattern" . word . space_or_eol Rx.space " " . destinations . Util.eol ]
let record = let operator = [ label "operator" . store "~" ] in [ Util.indent . key "path" . (Sep.space . operator)? . Sep.space . store /[^~# \t\n][^#\n]*[^# \t\n]|[^~# \t\n]/ . Util.eol . reset_counters . (Util.empty | Util.comment | setting)* . setting ]
let record = IniFile.record title entry
An IniFile.record
let record = [ label "service-name" . store word_re . sep_spc . (port | port_range) . del "/" "/" . protocol . ( sep_spc . alias )* . comment_or_eol ]
A standard /etc/services record TODO: make sure a space is added before a comment on new nodes
let record = IniFile.record_noempty title (entry|empty)
Use the non-indented empty
let record = IniFile.record title (entry|include)
An IniFile.record
let record = [ seq "record" . sep_opt_spc . [ label "type" . store type ] . sep_spc . [ label "path" . store field ] . ( sep_spc . [ label "mode" . store mode ] . ( sep_spc . [ label "uid" . store field ] . ( sep_spc . [ label "gid" . store field ] . ( sep_spc . [ label "age" . store age ] . ( sep_spc . [ label "argument" . store argument ] )? )? )? )? )? . Util.comment_or_eol ]
A valid record, one line in the file.
let record_ace = IniFile.record title_ace entry_ace
let record_acf = IniFile.record_noempty title_acf entry_acf
let record_ade = IniFile.record title_ade entry_ade
let record_adf = IniFile.record_noempty title_adf entry_adf
let record_bce = IniFile.record title_bce entry_bce
let record_bcf = IniFile.record_noempty title_bce entry_bcf
let record_bde = IniFile.record title_bde entry_bde
let record_bdf = IniFile.record_noempty title_bdf entry_bdf
let record_label_re = /[^]\r\n]+/
Default regexp for title_label keyword pattern
let record_local = [ label "type" . store "local" ] . Sep.tab . database . Sep.tab . user . Sep.tab . method
when type is “local”, there is no “address” field
let record_noempty (title:lens) (entry:lens) = [ title . entry* ]
INI File Record with no empty lines allowed.
let record_re = ( /[^]\r\n\/]+/ - /#comment/ )
Default regexp for title keyword pattern
let record_remote = [ label "type" . store remtypes ] . Sep.tab . database . Sep.tab . user . Sep.tab . address . Sep.tab . method
let recover = flag "RECOVER"
The recover filter definition
Parses Redis’s configuration files
let refclock = [ Util.indent . key "refclock" . space . [ label "driver" . store word ] . space . [ label "parameter" . store no_space ] . ( space . ( [ key refclock_flags ] | [ key refclock_options . space . store no_space ] ) )* . eol ]
refclock has specific syntax
let refclock_flags = "noselect"|"prefer"|"require"|"trust"
refclock options without values
let refclock_options = "refid"|"lock"|"poll"|"dpoll"|"
refclock options with values
Some examples of valid entries can be found in access.conf or “man access.conf”
This lens ensures that conf files included in ActiveMQ /FuseMQ are properly handled by Augeas.
This lens ensures that XML files included in ActiveMQ / FuseMQ are properly handled by Augeas.
This lens is targeted at the OpenAFS CellAlias file
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 aliases` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 anacrontab` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 approx.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 apt.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 authorized_keys` where possible.
See auto.master(5)
See autofs(5)
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man backuppc` where possible.
This lens is used to parse the second-stage bootstrap configuration file, /etc/boot.conf as found on OpenBSD.
This file provides generic functions to build Augeas lenses
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 cachefilesd.conf` where possible.
This lens is based on the conf/*.conf.example files from the Carbon package.
See http://linuxtv.org/vdrwiki/index.php/Syntax_of_channels.conf
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to chrony config syntax
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 collectd.conf` where possible.
This lens parses cpanel.config files
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 crontab` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man crypttab` where possible.
https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4180
http://augeas.net/page/Create_a_lens_from_bottom_to_top http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-controlfields.html
Reference: manual of dhcpd.conf and dhcp-eval Follow dhclient module for tree structure
RFC 1035, RFC 2782, RFC 3403
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `http://www.erlang.org/doc/man/config.html` where possible.
http://wiki.fai-project.org/wiki/Setup-storage#New_configuration_file_syntax
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 fonts-conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 host.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 hosts_access` and `man 5 hosts_options` where possible.
This lens is based on examples in htpasswd(1) and rsyncd.conf(5)
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 3 readline` where possible.
This lens ensures that properties files for JettyRealms are properly handled by Augeas.
This lens ensures that files included in JMXAccess are properly handled by Augeas.
This lens ensures that files included in JMXPassword are properly handled by Augeas.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 keepalived.conf` where possible.
This lens manages OpenSSH’s known_hosts files.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to koji config syntax
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to RFC2849 http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2849 and OpenLDAP’s ldif(5)
This lens is based on MCollective’s default client.cfg and server.cfg.
This lens is based on Memcached’s default memcached.conf file.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 mke2fs.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 modprobe.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 modules` where possible.
For information on configuration options available to mongod reference one of the following resources:
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 4 netmasks` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 networks` where possible.
This module was built to support a limited subset of nginx configuration syntax.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man nsswitch.conf` where possible.
This lens is used to parse OpenNTPD’s configuration file, ntpd.conf.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man pam.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man pam.conf` where possible.
Pbuilderrc is a standard shellvars file.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 transport` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 virtual` where possible.
http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/config-setting.html
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 protocols` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `http://docs.puppetlabs.com/guides/rest_auth_conf.html` where possible.
See https://github.com/rodjek/librarian-puppet
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `http://www.rabbitmq.com/configure.html` where possible.
This lens is based on Redis’s default redis.conf
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 1 reprepro` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man resolv.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to rhsm.conf(5) and Python’s SafeConfigParser.
This lens is based on rmt(1)
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 rsyslog.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 schroot.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to ‘man services’ where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 shells` where possible.
Lens parses the sip.conf with support for template structure
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 4 system` where possible.
http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/5.0.2/Admin/AboutConfigurationFiles
ssh_config man page
sshd_config man page.
This lens is based on star(1)
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man sudoers` where possible.
This lens allows manipulation of one IPv4 variant of the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/route-${device} script found in RHEL5+, CentOS5+ and Fedora.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 resolv.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to systemd.unit(5) and systemd.service(5) etc where possible.
This lens is based on Thttpd’s default thttpd.conf file.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 tmpfiles.d` where possible.
This lens is based on tuned’s tuned-main.conf
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 up2date` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 updatedb.conf` where possible.
See vfstab(4)
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man xorg.conf` where possible.
This lens tries to keep as close as possible to `man 5 alerts.cfg` where possible.
manual page kdump.conf(5)
let refid_re = /[A-Za-z0-9_.-]{1,5}/
string with length < 5
let reldecimal = /[+-]?[0-9]+([.,][0-9]+)?/
A relative decimal
let release_upgrades = "# Default behavior for the release upgrader. [DEFAULT] Prompt=lts "
let relinteger = /[-+]?[0-9]+/
A relative integer
let relinteger_noplus = /[-]?[0-9]+/
A relative integer, without explicit plus sign
let remtypes = "host" | "hostssl" | "hostnossl"
non-local connection types
let repeat = kw_word_filters_opt "REPEAT"
The repeat recipient definition
let _repo = [ key Rx.word . colon . space . (val | mval) . eol ]
Parses reprepro’s uploaders files
let reset_counters = counter "environment" . counter "method" . counter "allow" . counter "allow_ip"
let resize = tag "resize"
resize tag
Parses /etc/resolv.conf
let rglob = "\">>"
Right glob separator
Parses subscription-manager config files
Parses rmt’s configuration file
let router = Rx.ipv4
A router
let rspace (char:string) = del (char . /[ \t\n]*/ ) char
Add spaces to the right of char
Parses /etc/rsyslog.conf
let rtable_re = Rx.byte
let rule = [ seq "rules" . filters . ws_or_eol . recipients . eol ]
Rules are made of rule_filter and then recipients sperarated by a whitespace
let rule_filter = page | group | host | service | color | time | duration | recover | notice
Filters are made out of any of the above filter definitions
let runas_alias = alias_entry "Runas_Alias" "runas_user" sto_to_com
Run_Alias, see alias_field
let runas_spec_user = alias_list "runas_user" sto_to_com
A runas specification for spec, using alias_list for listing users and/or groups used to run a command
Generic regexps to build lenses
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