CLI command vmod.tell

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Fri May 18 14:07:58 UTC 2018

In message <CABoVN9CmtyVAo_CS9QK+m1Z7FY295=WAnLuVCA5KDjQsFPUy7A at>
, Dridi Boukelmoune writes:

>>         vmod.tell [VCL_PATTERN:]VMODNAME arguments [...]

>Can we also pass a nonce to the VMOD? So that "global" actions can be
>skipped once done when a VMOD like xkey is targeted with a VCL pattern
>matching more than once.

You are entirely in control of what "arguments" are and how
they are interpreted.

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