Agent

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Introduction

Many subcommands need to specify on which agent to execute, if not there will be a default agent, which is set in the ~/.orxray/config configuration file. You can edit the configuration file to change the default agent.

The agent subcommand lists all the agents and shows which one is the current default agent.

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Usage

Usage: orxray agent ACTION [OPTIONS]

ACTIONS:
    list
    get-default

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
    --help
    --config                           specify config file, default is ~/.orxray/config.

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List

This subcommand list all the agents.

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Usage

Usage: orxray agent list [OPTIONS]

OPTIONS:
    -s, --page-size integer            page size, 20(default).

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
    --help
    --config                           specify config file, default is ~/.orxray/config.

-s, --page-size integer

Specify the maximum number of data to be displayed, the default is 20

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Example

List agents

$ orxray agent list
ID      HOSTNAME                        IP              SYSTEM          VERSION
1       centos7                         13.17.28.191    centos-7        816
4       amzn2-xray-agent                13.17.28.193    amazon-2        816
5       suse15-aa                       13.17.29.132    opensuse-15     802
7       ubuntu18-xray-agent             13.17.28.195    ubuntu-bionic   816
9       deploy-server                   18.12.20.58     centos-7        796
10      centos7                         13.17.231.163   centos-7        797

Specify list number, default is 10

$ orxray agent list -s 3
ID      HOSTNAME                        IP              SYSTEM          VERSION
1       centos7                         13.17.28.191    centos-7        816
4       amzn2-xray-agent                13.17.28.192    amazon-2        816
5       suse15-aa                       13.17.29.132    opensuse-15     802

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Get-default

The default agent info is saved in ~/.orxray/config. This subcommand show the information about the default agent.

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Usage

Usage: orxray agent get-default

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
    --help
    --config                           specify config file, default is ~/.orxray/config.

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Example

$ orxray agent get-default
ID      HOSTNAME                IP              SYSTEM          VERSION
29      centos7-xxx-1           83.37.218.191   centos-7        816

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