Chapter 3. config

3.1. config:cancel

3.1.1. Description

Cancels the changes to the configuration being edited.

3.1.2. Syntax

config:cancel [options]

3.1.3. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

3.2. config:delete

3.2.1. Description

Delete a configuration.

3.2.2. Syntax

config:delete [options] pid

3.2.3. Arguments

NameDescription

pid

PID of the configuration

3.2.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

--force

Force the edition of this config, even if another one was under edition

3.3. config:edit

3.3.1. Description

Creates or edits a configuration.

3.3.2. Syntax

config:edit [options] pid

3.3.3. Arguments

NameDescription

pid

PID of the configuration or of the factory if --factory is given. Pid can also be specified as ldap query

3.3.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

--alias

Specifies the alias used for this factory config.

--factory

Define this config as a factory config. Will be created on calling update

--force

Force the edition of this config, even if another one was under edition

3.3.5. Details

classpath:edit.txt

3.4. config:install

3.4.1. Description

Install a cfg file in the Karaf etc folder.

3.4.2. Syntax

config:install [options] url finalname

3.4.3. Arguments

NameDescription

url

The URL of the cfg file.

finalname

Final name of the cfg file

3.4.4. Options

NameDescription

-o, --override

Override the target cfg file

--help

Display this help message

3.5. config:list

3.5.1. Description

Lists existing configurations.

3.5.2. Syntax

config:list [options] [query]

3.5.3. Arguments

NameDescription

query

Query in LDAP syntax. Example: "(service.pid=org.apache.karaf.log)"

3.5.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

3.6. config:meta

3.6.1. Description

Lists meta type information.

3.6.2. Syntax

config:meta [options] pid

3.6.3. Arguments

NameDescription

pid

The configuration pid

3.6.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

-c

Create respective config from metatype defaults

3.7. config:property-append

3.7.1. Description

Appends the given value to an existing property or creates the property with the specified name and value.

3.7.2. Syntax

config:property-append [options] name value

3.7.3. Arguments

NameDescription

name

The name of the property

value

The value to append to the property

3.7.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

-p, --pid

The configuration pid

3.8. config:property-delete

3.8.1. Description

Deletes a property from the configuration being edited.

3.8.2. Syntax

config:property-delete [options] property

3.8.3. Arguments

NameDescription

property

The name of the property to delete

3.8.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

-p, --pid

The configuration pid

3.9. config:property-get

3.9.1. Description

Gets the value of a property in the currently edited configuration.

3.9.2. Syntax

config:property-get [options] property

3.9.3. Arguments

NameDescription

property

The name of the property to get value for

3.9.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

--raw

 

-p, --pid

The configuration pid

3.10. config:property-list

3.10.1. Description

Lists properties from the currently edited configuration.

3.10.2. Syntax

config:property-list [options]

3.10.3. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

--raw

 

-p, --pid

The configuration pid

3.11. config:property-set

3.11.1. Description

Sets a property in the currently edited configuration.

3.11.2. Syntax

config:property-set [options] property value

3.11.3. Arguments

NameDescription

property

The name of the property to set

value

The value of the property

3.11.4. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message

-p, --pid

The configuration pid

3.12. config:update

3.12.1. Description

Saves and propagates changes from the configuration being edited.

3.12.2. Syntax

config:update [options]

3.12.3. Options

NameDescription

--help

Display this help message