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This utility provides information on any template installed on the Hardware Node. To gather this information, it parses the corresponding template configuration file located in the /vz/template/<template_name>/conf directory. To get the necessary information about a template, you can specify either the template name or the path to its configuration file. A number of options let you choose what information is to be displayed. The syntax of the utility is as follows:

vzpgkinfo [OPTION]... <path_to_configuration_file>

vzpgkinfo [OPTION]... -b <package_set_name> [<package_set_name> ... ]

The available options are described in the following table:

-h, --help

Display the help information and exit.

-b, --pkgset

Use the name of the template installed to search the configuration file instead of specifying the configuration file itself. Several template names can be used.

-c, --checkonly

Check only the correctness of specified template(s) installation. For each package set either "ok" or "fail" is displayed.

-q, --quiet

Be more quiet in the output, in some cases only the return code is printed.

-t, --type

Display only the type of the template: base or update.

-n, --version

Display only the version of the template.

-v, --verlist

Get a list of all available versions of the template. The versions are displayed one per line.

-k, --cached

Skip non-cacheable versions in the output (for use with the -v option only).

-g, --getsect name

Get the contents of a particular section. Empty lines are cut out. The utility prints an error message to stderr and exits with a non-zero exit code if no section name is found in the configuration file.

-p, --pkglist

Display a list of packages included in the given template version.

Note that you cannot simultaneously specify two or more of the following options: -p -g -v -c -t n. They are mutually exclusive in the current version of Virtuozzo Containers.

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