bw

bw

TLDR

Log in to a Bitwarden user account

$ bw login
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Log out of a Bitwarden user account
$ bw logout
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Search and display items from Bitwarden vault
$ bw list items --search [github]
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Display a particular item from Bitwarden vault
$ bw get item [github]
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Create a folder in Bitwarden vault
$ [echo -n '{"name":"My Folder1"}' | base64] | bw create folder
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SYNOPSIS

bundlewrap [-h] [-a] [-A] [-d] [-r DIRECTORY] [--version] {apply, debug, groups, hash, items, lock, metadata, nodes, plot, repo, run, stats, test, verify, zen} ...

DESCRIPTION

BundleWrap fills the gap between complex deployments using Chef or Puppet and old school system administration over SSH. You do not need to know any Python in order to use Bundlewrap, but you can easily extend your bundles using Python.

While most other config management systems rely on a client-server architecture, BundleWrap works off a repository cloned to your local machine.

It then automates the process of SSHing into your servers and making sure everything is configured the way it's supposed to be. You won't have to install anything on managed servers.

OPTIONAL ARGUMENTS

-h, --help show this help message and exit

-a, --add-host-keys

set StrictHostKeyChecking=no instead of yes for SSH

-A, --adhoc-nodes

treat unknown node names as adhoc 'virtual' nodes that receive configuration only through groups whose member_patterns match the node name given on the command line (which also has to be a resolvable hostname)

-d, --debug

print debugging info (implies -v)

-r DIRECTORY, --repo-path DIRECTORY

Look for repository at this path (defaults to current working directory)

--version

show program's version number and exit

SUBCOMMANDS:

use 'bw <subcommand> --help' for more info

apply

Applies the configuration defined in your repository to your nodes

debug

Start an interactive Python shell for this repository

groups

Lists groups in this repository (deprecated, use `bw nodes -a`)

hash

Shows a SHA1 hash that summarizes the entire configuration for this repo, node, group, or item.

items

List and preview items for a specific node

lock

Manage locks on nodes used to prevent collisions between BundleWrap users

metadata

View a JSON representation of a node's metadata

nodes

List all nodes in this repository

plot

Generates DOT output that can be piped into `dot -Tsvg -ooutput.svg`. The resulting output.svg can be viewed using most browsers.

repo

Various subcommands to manipulate your repository

run

Run a one-off command on a number of nodes

stats

Show some statistics about your repository

test

Test your repository for consistency (you can use this with a CI tool like Jenkins)

verify

Inspect the health or 'correctness' of a node without changing it

REPORTING BUGS

Bundlewrap bug tracker: https://github.com/bundlewrap/bundlewrap/issues

AUTHORS

This manual page was written by Jonathan Carter <jcarter@linux.com> Bundlewrap was written by Torsten Rehn <torsten@rehn.email>

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