sysreport (1) - Linux Man Pages
sysreport: Simple system statistics aggregator and emailer
SYNOPSISsysreport COMMAND [ARGUMENTS]
DESCRIPTIONsysreport is a tool to run multiple reports on a system and then either email a sysadmin or save the report to a specific location for later review. Reports can be anything from a simple shell script to a native binary.
Generate a new report by executing all enabled reports and aggregating their output into a single report. run can be ran with the arguments email or stdout to specify where the output will go. Email is assumed if neither is given.
Display configuration settings that sysreporter is currently using as well as enabled and disabled reports.
- enable PATTERN
Enable reports matching PATTERN.
- disable PATTERN
Disable reports matching PATTERN.
Display help information.
Print version information.
EXAMPLESTo generate a report and email it use one of the following:
- sysreport run sysreport run email
To generate a report and print it to standard out:
- sysreport run stdout
To enable a report by its number:
- sysreport enable 43
Or by name (enable all apache reports):
- sysreport enable apache
BUGSFile a bug report at https://github.com/onesimus-systems/sysreporter.
AUTHORLee Keitel (lee [at] onesimussystems.com)
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