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View 90-vm-create-snapshot.sh
#@RunAs: Open a Terminal with user root @ Master Machine*****
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### Bash Shell behavior
# @doc -e Exit immediately if a command returns a non-zero status.
# @doc -u Treat unset variables and parameters other than the special parameters ‘@’ or ‘*’ as an error when performing parameter expansion.
# @doc -x Print a trace of commands after they are expanded and before they are executed.
set -u
set -x
View 99-vm-reboot.sh
#@RunAs: Open a Terminal with user root @ Master Machine*****
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### Bash Shell behavior
# @doc -e Exit immediately if a command returns a non-zero status.
# @doc -u Treat unset variables and parameters other than the special parameters ‘@’ or ‘*’ as an error when performing parameter expansion.
# @doc -x Print a trace of commands after they are expanded and before they are executed.
set -u
set -x
View 60-vm-configure.sh
#@RunAs: Open a Terminal with user ubuntu @ VM*****
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### Bash Shell behavior
# @doc -e Exit immediately if a command returns a non-zero status.
# @doc -u Treat unset variables and parameters other than the special parameters ‘@’ or ‘*’ as an error when performing parameter expansion.
# @doc -x Print a trace of commands after they are expanded and before they are executed.
set -u
set -x
View 30-master-check-network.sh
#@RunAs: Open a Terminal with user root @ Master Machine*****
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### Bash Shell behavior
# @doc -e Exit immediately if a command returns a non-zero status.
# @doc -u Treat unset variables and parameters other than the special parameters ‘@’ or ‘*’ as an error when performing parameter expansion.
# @doc -x Print a trace of commands after they are expanded and before they are executed.
set -u
set -x
View 10-master-setup.sh
#@RunAs: Open a Terminal with user root @ Master Machine*****
###
### Bash Shell behavior
# @doc -e Exit immediately if a command returns a non-zero status.
# @doc -u Treat unset variables and parameters other than the special parameters ‘@’ or ‘*’ as an error when performing parameter expansion.
# @doc -x Print a trace of commands after they are expanded and before they are executed.
set -u
set -x
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