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NAME ^

prov_web - a command line interface for provisioning web accounts

SYNOPSIS ^

        prov_web --action [--vhost example.com]

Action is one of the following:

  --create   - creates a new system user
  --modify   - make changes to an existing user
  --destroy  - remove a user from the system
  --disable  - disable an account
  --enable   - enable an account

required arguments:

 -vhost          $vhost        

optional arguments:

 -ip             - IP address to listen on (default *)
 -serveralias    - list of aliases, comma separated
 -serveradmin    - email address of server admin
 -documentroot   - full path to html directory
 -redirect       - url to redirect site to
 -options        - server options ex. FollowSymLinks MultiViews Indexes ExecCGI Includes
 -ssl            - ssl enabled ? 
 -sslcert        - path to ssl certificate
 -sslkey         - path to ssl key
 -cgi            - basic | advanced | custom
 -customlog      - custom logging directive
 -customerror    - custom error logging directive
 -awstats        - include alias for awstats
 -phpmyadmin     - include alias for phpMyAdmin

USAGE ^

 prov_web --create --vhost=www.example.com
 prov_web --destroy --vhost=www.example.com
 prov_web --modify  --vhost=www.example.com --options='Indexes ExecCGI'

DESCRIPTION ^

prov_web is a command line interface to the Provision::Web provisioning modules.

CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT ^

DEPENDENCIES ^

  Config::Tiny
  Getopt::Long
  Params::Validate
  Digest::MD5 
  LWP::UserAgent

AUTHOR ^

Matt Simerson, <matt at tnpi.net>

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2008 The Network People, Inc. (info@tnpi.net)

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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