Restricted User Shell
This chapter provides a short summary of
rush command line options.
Specify the command to run.
Configure security checks for the main configuration file. See include-security, for the description of test argument. See security checks, for the discussion of the available security tests.
Set debugging level.
Run in request dump mode. Argument is a comma-separated list of attribute names. See dump mode, for a detailed description of the request dump mode.
Emulate interactive access. See Test Mode.
Display the default built-in configuration. See Default Configuration, for more information.
Run in test mode. An optional argument may be used with this option to specify alternative configuration file name, e.g.:
$ rush --lint ./test.rc
If the -c option is also specified,
rush emulates the
normal processing for the command, but does not execute it.
Emulate access by user name. This option implies --test and is valid only when used by root and in conjunction with the -c option.
Display program version.
Display a short help message.
Display a concise usage summary.
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