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The create-cohort command creates a set of cohort keys for a given set of snaps.

A cohort is a view or snapshot of a snap's "channel map" at a given point in
time that fixes the set of revisions for the snap given other constraints
(e.g. channel or architecture). The cohort is then identified by an opaque
per-snap key that works across systems. Installations or refreshes of the snap
using a given cohort key would use a fixed revision for up to 90 days, after
which a new set of revisions would be fixed under that same cohort key and a
new 90 days window started.
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The interfaces command lists interfaces available in the system.

By default all slots and plugs, used and offered by all snaps, are displayed.

$ snap interfaces <snap>:<slot or plug>

Lists only the specified slot or plug.

$ snap interfaces <snap>

Lists the slots offered and plugs used by the specified snap.

$ snap interfaces -i=<interface> [<snap>]

Filters the complete output so only plugs and/or slots matching the provided
details are listed.

NOTE this command is deprecated and has been replaced with the 'connections'
command.
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The model command returns the active model assertion information for this
device.

By default, only the essential model identification information is
included in the output, but this can be expanded to include all of an
assertion's non-meta headers.

The verbose output is presented in a structured, yaml-like format.

Similarly, the active serial assertion can be used for the output instead of the
model assertion.
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The set command changes the provided configuration options as requested.

$ snap set snap-name username=frank password=$PASSWORD

All configuration changes are persisted at once, and only after the
snap's configuration hook returns successfully.

Nested values may be modified via a dotted path:

$ snap set snap-name author.name=frank

Configuration option may be unset with exclamation mark:
$ snap set snap-name author!
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The set command changes the provided configuration options as requested.

$ snapctl set username=frank password=$PASSWORD

All configuration changes are persisted at once, and only after the hook
returns successfully.

Nested values may be modified via a dotted path:

$ snapctl set author.name=frank

Configuration option may be unset with exclamation mark:
$ snapctl set author!

Plug and slot attributes may be set in the respective prepare and connect hooks by
naming the respective plug or slot:

$ snapctl set :myplug path=/dev/ttyS0
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The set-health command is called from within a snap to inform the system of the
snap's overall health.

It can be called from any hook, and even from the apps themselves. A snap can
optionally provide a 'check-health' hook to better manage these calls, which is
then called periodically and with increased frequency while the snap is
"unhealthy". Any health regression will issue a warning to the user.

Note: the health is of the snap only, not of the apps it contains; it’s up to
the snap developer to determine how the health of the individual apps is
reflected in the overall health of the snap.

status can be one of:

- okay: the snap is healthy. This status takes no message and no code.

- waiting: a resource needed by the snap (e.g. a device, network, or service) is
not ready and the user will need to wait. The message must explain what
resource is being waited for.

- blocked: something needs doing to unblock the snap (e.g. a service needs to be
configured); the message must be sufficient to point the user in the right
direction.

- error: something is broken; the message must explain what.
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The unset command removes the provided configuration options as requested.

[tab]$ snap unset snap-name name address

All configuration changes are persisted at once, and only after the
snap's configuration hook returns successfully.

Nested values may be removed via a dotted path:

[tab]$ snap unset snap-name user.name
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The unset command removes the provided configuration options as requested.

$ snapctl unset name address

All configuration changes are persisted at once, and only after the
snap's configuration hook returns successfully.

Nested values may be removed via a dotted path:

$ snapctl unset user.name
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Contributors to this translation: Adolfo Jayme, Alex, Arturo Muñiz, Augusto Salinas, Daniel Tamez Gil, Demuxer, Hector A. Mantellini, Leo Arias, Paco Molinero, Reinaldo Espinosa, Ricardo Pérez López, Rodrigo Lledó, aitor.