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lnst-pool-wizard: Linux Network Stack Test Pool Wizard


lnst-pool-wizard - Linux Network Stack Test Pool Wizard


lnst-pool-wizard [-h] [MODE] [-p pool_dir] [HOSTNAME[:PORT]...]


Linux Network Stack Test is a tool that supports development and execution of automated and portable network tests. For detailed description of the architecture of LNST please refer to project website (link listed on INTERNET RESOURCES bellow).

lnst-pool-wizard is a script that runs wizard for creating slave machine description XML files


-i, --interactive
If any hostnames are specified, wizard will try to connect to them, get available interfaces and ask user which of the interfaces should be added to the result description XML file. If no hostname is specified, wizard will ask for hostname via prompt.
-n, --noninteractive
Wizard will try to connect to all hostnames specified in arguments and for each one create XML file with all available interfaces.
-v, --virtual
This mode is for virtual hosts created by libvirt. Wizard queries user for libvirt domain and tries to retrieve IP address from DHCP Leases. This IP address will be used as hostname in Slave Description XML file.


-h, --help
Display usage of this command.
-p, --pool_dir=directory
Directory where result XML files will be stored. If none is entered default location will be used (~/.lnst/pool)


Project Homepage: http://lnst-project.org/
Online Documentation: https://github.com/jpirko/lnst/wiki#learn
Git Source Tree: https://github.com/jpirko/lnst
Mailing List: <lnst-developers [at] lists.fedorahosted.org>


Jiri Pirko <jiri [at] resnulli.us>
Jan Tluka <jtluka [at] redhat.com>
Ondrej Lichtner <olichtne [at] redhat.com>
Jiri Prochazka <jprochaz [at] redhat.com>
Jiri Zupka <jzupka [at] redhat.com>
Radek Pazdera <radek [at] pazdera.co.uk>


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