disable-source - Disable an enabled source


suricata-update disable-source <name>


The disable-source command disables a currently enabled source. The configuration for the source is not removed, allowing it to be re-enabled without having to re-enter any required parameters.


-h, --help

Show help.

-D <directory>, --data-dir <directory>

Set an alternate data directory.

Default: /var/lib/suricata

-c <filename>, --config <filename>

Path to the suricata-update config file.

Default: /etc/suricata/update.yaml

-q, --quiet

Run quietly. Only warning and error messages will be displayed.

-v, --verbose

Provide more verbose output.

--suricata-conf <path>

Path to the suricata config file.

Default: /etc/suricata/suricata.yaml

--suricata <path>

The path to the Suricata program. If not provided suricata-update will attempt to find Suricata on your path.

The Suricata program is used to determine the version of Suricata as well as providing information about the Suricata configuration.

--suricata-version <version>

Set the Suricata version to a specific version instead of checking the version of Suricata on the path.

--user-agent <string>

Set a custom user agent string for HTTP requests.

-s, --show-advanced

Show advanced options.