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    Usage: applyHostProfileWrapper [options]
             This utility will apply a Host Profile document and related Answer
             File to an ESX host. If no options are provided, the utility will
             look for the Host Profile document and Answer File at a pre-defined
             locations on the filesystem and apply that Host Profile in its
             entirety. There are options for specifying a file for the Host Profile
             document and Answer File to use, as well as a filter to specify a
             subset of profiles to apply.
          
    Options:
      -h, --help            show this help message and exit
      -d HOSTPROFILEFILE, --hostprofiledoc=HOSTPROFILEFILE
                            File name/path to load input host profile from. By
                            default, the utility will look in a default location
                            for the host profile document.
      -a ANSWERFILENAME, --answerfile=ANSWERFILENAME
                            File name/path to load input answer file from. By
                            default, the utility will look in a default location
                            for the answer file.
      -p PROFILELIST, --profile=PROFILELIST
                            Name/path of a specific profile to execute. If not
                            specified, all profiles will be applied. This option
                            can be supplied multiple times to create a list of
                            profiles to apply. Note that not all profiles can be
                            supplied to this parameter. To get the full list, run
                            the "esxhpcli ppl" command.
      --postbootinit        Specifies the command is being run during post-boot
                            initialization. This causes the command to take
                            special actions, such as waiting for CIM and Hostd
                            services to become available and entering/leaving the
                            system in maintenance mode upon failure.
      --earlybootinit       Specifies that the command is being run in an early-
                            boot environment, e.g. such that the CIM and VIM
                            services are probably not available. This option
                            should not be specified at the same time as the
                            --postbootinit option, as they are logically distinct
                            states where this option expects CIM and VIM to be
                            unavailable, whereas the "post boot init"
                            stateexplicitly waits for those services to become
                            available.
      --esxcli              Specifies that the command is being run within the
                            esxcli framework and adjusts output accordingly.
      -m MODULE, --module=MODULE
                            Specify the name of the Host Profile CLI module to use
                            for the command. Valid values: hpengine
    
    



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