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teamd(8) [centos man page]

TEAMD(8)							    Team daemon 							  TEAMD(8)

NAME
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 http://zguide.zeromq.org/page:all. -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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PUPPET-MASTER(8)						   Puppet manual						  PUPPET-MASTER(8)

NAME
puppet-master - The puppet master daemon SYNOPSIS
The central puppet server. Functions as a certificate authority by default. USAGE
puppet master [-D|--daemonize|--no-daemonize] [-d|--debug] [-h|--help] [-l|--logdest file|console|syslog] [-v|--verbose] [-V|--version] [--compile node-name] DESCRIPTION
This command starts an instance of puppet master, running as a daemon and using Ruby's built-in Webrick webserver. Puppet master can also be managed by other application servers; when this is the case, this executable is not used. OPTIONS
Note that any configuration parameter that's valid in the configuration file is also a valid long argument. For example, 'ssldir' is a valid configuration parameter, so you can specify '--ssldir directory' as an argument. See the configuration file documentation at http://docs.puppetlabs.com/references/stable/configuration.html for the full list of acceptable parameters. A commented list of all configuration options can also be generated by running puppet master with '--genconfig'. --daemonize Send the process into the background. This is the default. --no-daemonize Do not send the process into the background. --debug Enable full debugging. --help Print this help message. --logdest Where to send messages. Choose between syslog, the console, and a log file. Defaults to sending messages to syslog, or the console if debugging or verbosity is enabled. --verbose Enable verbosity. --version Print the puppet version number and exit. --compile Compile a catalogue and output it in JSON from the puppet master. Uses facts contained in the $vardir/yaml/ directory to compile the catalog. EXAMPLE
puppet master DIAGNOSTICS
When running as a standalone daemon, puppet master accepts the following signals: SIGHUP Restart the puppet master server. SIGINT and SIGTERM Shut down the puppet master server. SIGUSR2 Close file descriptors for log files and reopen them. Used with logrotate. AUTHOR
Luke Kanies COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2011 Puppet Labs, LLC Licensed under the Apache 2.0 License Puppet Labs, LLC June 2012 PUPPET-MASTER(8)

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