bkr-distro-trees-verify man page
bkr-distro-trees-verify — Check Beaker distro trees for problems
bkr distro-trees-verify [options] [--tag <tag>] [--name <name>] [--treepath <url>] [--family <family>] [--arch <arch>] [–broken] [--limit <number>]
Prints to stdout a list of matching distro trees in Beaker, along with a list of labs (if any) which do not have the tree.
- --tag <tag>
Limit to distros which have been tagged in Beaker with <tag>.
- --name <name>
Limit to distros with the given name. <name> is interpreted as a SQL LIKE pattern (the % character matches any substring).
- --treepath <url>
Limit to distro trees with the given tree path. <url> is interpreted as a SQL LIKE pattern (the % character matches any substring).
- --family <family>
Limit to distros of the given family (major version), for example RedHatEnterpriseLinuxServer5.
- --arch <arch>
Limit to distro trees for the given arch.
Limit to distro trees which are not present in every lab.
- --limit <number>
Return at most <number> distros.
Common bkr options are described in the Options section of bkr(1).
Non-zero on error, otherwise zero. If no distros match the given criteria this is considered to be an error, and the exit status will be 1.
Prior to version 0.9, this command was called bkr distros-verify.
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