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GLANCE-SCRUBBER(1)						      Glance							GLANCE-SCRUBBER(1)

NAME
glance-scrubber - Glance Scrubber Service GLANCE SCRUB SERVICE
Author glance@lists.launchpad.net Date 2012-01-03 Copyright OpenStack LLC Version 2012.1-dev Manual section 1 Manual group cloud computing SYNOPSIS glance-scrubber [options] DESCRIPTION glance-scrubber is an utility that cleans up images that have been deleted. The mechanics of this differ depending on the backend store and pending_deletion options chosen. Multiple glance-scrubbers can be run in a single deployment, but only one of them may be designated as the 'cleanup_scrubber' in the glance-scrubber.conf file. The 'cleanup_scrubber' coordinates other glance-scrubbers by maintaining the master queue of images that need to be removed. The glance-scubber.conf file also specifies important configuration items such as the time between runs ('wakeup_time' in seconds), length of time images can be pending before their deletion ('cleanup_scrubber_time' in seconds) as well as registry connectivity options. glance-scrubber can run as a periodic job or long-running daemon. OPTIONS --version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit --config-file=PATH Path to a config file to use. Multiple config files can be specified, with values in later files taking precedence. The default files used are: [] -d, --debug Print debugging output --nodebug Do not print debugging output -v, --verbose Print more verbose output --noverbose Do not print verbose output --log-config=PATH If this option is specified, the logging configuration file specified is used and overrides any other logging options specified. Please see the Python logging module documentation for details on logging configuration files. --log-format=FORMAT A logging.Formatter log message format string which may use any of the available logging.LogRecord attributes. Default: none --log-date-format=DATE_FORMAT Format string for %(asctime)s in log records. Default: none --log-file=PATH (Optional) Name of log file to output to. If not set, logging will go to stdout. --log-dir=LOG_DIR (Optional) The directory to keep log files in (will be prepended to --logfile) --use-syslog Use syslog for logging. --nouse-syslog Do not use syslog for logging. --syslog-log-facility=SYSLOG_LOG_FACILITY syslog facility to receive log lines -D, --daemon Run as a long-running process. When not specified (the default) run the scrub operation once and then exits. When specified do not exit and run scrub on wakeup_time interval as specified in the config. --nodaemon The inverse of --daemon. Runs the scrub operation once and then exits. SEE ALSO o OpenStack Glance BUGS o Glance is sourced in Launchpad so you can view current bugs at OpenStack Glance AUTHOR
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2010-present, OpenStack, LLC. 2012.1.1 March 14, 2013 GLANCE-SCRUBBER(1)

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initlog(8)						      System Manager's Manual							initlog(8)

NAME
initlog - log messages and events to the system logger SYNOPSIS
initlog [-cefnpqrs] [--cmd=ARG] [--event=ARG] [--facility=ARG] [--name=ARG] [--priority=ARG] [--run=ARG] [--string=ARG] DESCRIPTION
initlog logs messages and events to the system logger. It is mainly designed for use in init scripts. initlog reads a configuration file /etc/initlog.conf by default, to determine its settings. Any line preceded with a # is a comment, and the following configuration direc- tives are recognized: facility <logging facility> Sets the default logging facility priority <logging priority> Sets the default logging priority ignore <regexp> Messages that match the regular expression will not be logged. initlog behavior can also be configured by command-line options. OPTIONS -c, --cmd=[program] Execute the specified program, logging anything output to stdout or stderr. -e, --event=[number] Logs that the specified event happened. Used in conjuction with --name. Currently specified events are: 1 the action completed successfully 2 the action failed 3 the action was cancelled at user request 4 the action failed due to the failure of a dependent action -f, --facility=[facility] Log at the specified syslog facility. The default is daemon (see syslog(3)). -n, --name=[string] Log the event under the specified string, such as "inetd". -p, --priority=[priority] Log at the specified syslog priority. The default is notice (see syslog(3)). -q Do not print the program's output, unless it exits with a non-zero exit code. -r, --run=[program] Execute the specified program, with an open file descriptor so that the program can pass back commands to initlog. -s, --string=[string] Log the specified string to the logger. --conf=[file] Specifies an alternate configuration file. FILES
/etc/initlog.conf SEE ALSO
syslog(3), logger(1) Sun Jan 24 1999 initlog(8)
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