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.
Print parser traces. When used twice, print lexical scanner traces as well. This option is intended for debugging.
Test scanner mode. This option is used by the
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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