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teamd(8) [centos man page]

TEAMD(8)							    Team daemon 							  TEAMD(8)

teamd -- team network device control daemon SYNOPSIS
teamd -k [-p pid_file] [-g] teamd -e [-p pid_file] [-g] teamd -c config_text [-p pid_file] [-gdrD] [-Z address] teamd -f config_file [-p pid_file] [-gdrD] [-Z address] teamd -h|-V DESCRIPTION
teamd is a daemon to control a given team network device, during runtime, as a puppeteer controls a puppet. It uses libteam to communicate with the kernel team device instance via Netlink sockets. The behaviour depends on the selected runner and its configuration. This daemon is part of the libteam project. OPTIONS
-h, --help Print help text to console and exit. -V, --version Print version information to console and exit. -d, --daemonize Daemonize after startup. -k, --kill Kill running daemon instance. -e, --check Return 0 if a daemon is already running. -f filename, --config-file filename Load the specified configuration file. -c text, --config text Use given JSON format configuration string. If this option is present then -f option will be ignored. -p filename, --pid-file filename Use the specified PID file. -g, --debug Turns on debugging messages. Repeating the option increases verbosity. -r, --force-recreate Force team device recreation in case it already exists. -o, --take-over Take over the device if it already exists. This option also ensures that the team device is not removed after teamd finishes. -t devicename, --team-dev devicename Use the specified team device name (overrides "device" key in the configuration). -n, --no-ports Start without ports, even if they are listed in the configuration. -D, --dbus-enable Enable D-Bus interface. -Z address, --zmq-enable address Enable ZMQ interface. Possible address formats are "tcp://ip:port", "ipc://path" and others. Detailed description of ZMQ library is in page -U, --usock-enable Enable UNIX domain socket interface. This is enabled by default. -u, --usock-disable Disable UNIX domain socket interface. SEE ALSO
teamdctl(8), teamd.conf(5), teamnl(8), bond2team(1) AUTHOR
Jiri Pirko is the original author and current maintainer of libteam. libteam 2013-07-10 TEAMD(8)

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VIRTLOCKD(8)						      Virtualization Support						      VIRTLOCKD(8)

virtlockd - libvirt lock management daemon SYNOPSIS
virtlockd [ -dv ] [ -f config_file ] [ -p pid_file ] virtlockd --version DESCRIPTION
The virtlockd program is a server side daemon component of the libvirt virtualization management system that is used to manage locks held against virtual machine resources, such as their disks. This daemon is not used directly by libvirt client applications, rather it is called on their behalf by libvirtd. By maintaining the locks in a standalone daemon, the main libvirtd daemon can be restarted without risk of losing locks. The virtlockd daemon has the ability to re-exec() itself upon receiving SIGUSR1, to allow live upgrades without downtime. The virtlockd daemon listens for requests on a local Unix domain socket. OPTIONS
-h, --help Display command line help usage then exit. -d, --daemon Run as a daemon and write PID file. -f, --config FILE Use this configuration file, overriding the default value. -p, --pid-file FILE Use this name for the PID file, overriding the default value. -v, --verbose Enable output of verbose messages. -V, --version Display version information then exit. SIGNALS
On receipt of SIGUSR1 virtlockd will re-exec() its binary, while maintaining all current locks and clients. This allows for live upgrades of the virtlockd service. FILES
When run as root. SYSCONFDIR/virtlockd.conf The default configuration file used by virtlockd, unless overridden on the command line using the -f|--config option. LOCALSTATEDIR/run/libvirt/virtlockd-sock The sockets libvirtd will use. LOCALSTATEDIR/run/ The PID file to use, unless overridden by the -p|--pid-file option. When run as non-root. $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/virtlockd.conf The default configuration file used by libvirtd, unless overridden on the command line using the -f|--config option. $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/libvirt/virtlockd-sock The socket libvirtd will use. $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/libvirt/ The PID file to use, unless overridden by the -p|--pid-file option. If $XDG_CONFIG_HOME is not set in your environment, libvirtd will use $HOME/.config If $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR is not set in your environment, libvirtd will use $HOME/.cache EXAMPLES
To retrieve the version of virtlockd: # virtlockd --version virtlockd (libvirt) 1.1.1 # To start virtlockd, instructing it to daemonize and create a PID file: # virtlockd -d # ls -la LOCALSTATEDIR/run/ -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 6 Jul 9 02:40 LOCALSTATEDIR/run/ # BUGS
Please report all bugs you discover. This should be done via either: a) the mailing list <> or, b) the bug tracker <> Alternatively, you may report bugs to your software distributor / vendor. AUTHORS
Please refer to the AUTHORS file distributed with libvirt. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2006-2013 Red Hat, Inc., and the authors listed in the libvirt AUTHORS file. LICENSE
virtlockd is distributed under the terms of the GNU LGPL v2.1+. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE SEE ALSO
libvirtd(8), <> libvirt-1.1.1 2014-06-17 VIRTLOCKD(8)

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