Agent Configuration Arguments

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Agent command help is available under `cloudsight help`
For quick reference, here is the current output of that command:

     cloudsight [command] [options]

    setup - Setup Threat Stack Agent.
    version - Version Information.
    help - Application Usage.

    Control Commands:

    start - Start Threat Stack Agent.
    stop - Stop Threat Stack Agent.
    restart - Restart Threat Stack Agent.
    status - Show Threat Stack Agent status.

    Example: sudo cloudsight start

    Copyright 2016 - Threat Stack, Inc.


Specifically under the setup help section:

cloudsight setup will register your agent with your Threat Stack
account, and configure it to send data. You can supply the parameters
on the command line, or use the --config flag to supply the values in
a JSON config file.

    cloudsight setup [flags]

    --deploy-key=<key> - Deployment key
    --ruleset=<ruleset> - Name of Ruleset (optional, can also supply --ruleset-id)
    --ruleset-id=<ruleset id> - ID of Ruleset (optional, can also supply --ruleset)
    --hostname=<hostname> - Hostname string (optional)

    Example: sudo cloudsight setup --deploy-key=foo --rulset="Default Rule Set"

    To use a config file, supply --config=<file path> with a JSON file
    that looks like this:

    {"deploy-key": "foo", "ruleset": "base,webserver", "hostname": "web-server" }

    Example: sudo cloudsight setup --config="/path/to/config.json"

    Copyright 2016 - Threat Stack, Inc.

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