|BoxMatrix >> Environment >> HOSTFILE||@|
|Variable:||HOSTFILE - type Text||Wiki||Freetz||IPPF||whmf||AVM||Web|
|Location:||Environment >> TODO-Environment - Origin: '|
|Values:||Release: - All:|
|Defines:||A file in the same format as '/etc/hosts' for hostname completion.|
Excerpt from: bashref.info >> Bash Variables >> HOSTFILE variable
Contains the name of a file in the same format as '/etc/hosts' that
should be read when the shell needs to complete a hostname. The
list of possible hostname completions may be changed while the
shell is running; the next time hostname completion is attempted
after the value is changed, Bash adds the contents of the new file
to the existing list. If 'HOSTFILE' is set, but has no value, or
does not name a readable file, Bash attempts to read '/etc/hosts'
to obtain the list of possible hostname completions. When
'HOSTFILE' is unset, the hostname list is cleared.
Daily updated index of the presence and value of this variable for each model. Last update: 2020-09-25 03:57 GMT.
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