10.5. anastasis-reducer(1)

10.5.1. Name

anastasis-reducer - CLI for Anastasis

10.5.2. Synopsis

anastasis-reducer [-A**_*ID*_|_–application=**ID] [-a**_*JSON*_|_–arguments=JSON] [-b**_|_–backup] [-c FILENAME | ––config=FILENAME] [-h | ––help] [-L LOGLEVEL | ––loglevel=LOGLEVEL] [-l FILENAME | ––logfile=FILENAME] [-r**_|_–restore] [-v | ––version] COMMAND

10.5.3. Description

anastasis-reducer is a command-line tool to run Anastasis key recover and backup operations using a reducer-style interface. The reducer will read the current state from standard input and write the resulting state to standard output. A COMMAND must be given on the command line. The arguments (if any) are to be given in JSON format to the -a option. A list of commands can be found in the Reducer API chapter.

-a JSON | ––arguments=JSON
Provide JSON inputs for the given command.
-A ID | –application=ID
Set the application ID to ID. Default is empty, which means the application-id must be explicitly provided as part of the JSON inputs or it will be omitted. The -A option overrides any application ID that may be given in the -a arguments. Application IDs are used to store different types of secrets from different applications while using the same user attributes. Basically the application ID is included in the user attributes. Applications that tightly integrate Anastasis should set the application ID to their respective unique name, for example the GNU Taler wallet may use gnu-taler-wallet for the application ID. Forgetting the application ID makes the secrets irrecoverable.
-b | –backup
Begin fresh reducer operation for a back up operation.
Use the configuration from FILENAME.
-h | ––help
Print short help on options.
Specifies the log level to use. Accepted values are: DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR.
-l FILENAME | ––logfile=FILENAME
Send logging output to FILENAME.
-r | –restore
Begin fresh reducer operation for a restore operation.
-v | ––version
Print version information.

10.5.4. See Also

anastasis-gtk(1), anastasis-httpd(1), anastasis.conf(5).

10.5.5. Bugs

Report bugs by using https://bugs.anastasis.lu/ or by sending electronic mail to <contact@anastasis.lu>.