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qpid-python-test - run tests of the python QPID library for a broker SYNOPSIS
qpid-python-test [options] PATTERN ... DESCRIPTION
Run tests matching the specified PATTERNs. OPTIONS
-h, --help show this help message and exit -l, --list list tests instead of executing them -b BROKER, --broker=BROKER run tests against BROKER (default localhost) -f FILE, --log-file=FILE log output to FILE -v LEVEL, --log-level=LEVEL only display log messages of LEVEL or higher severity: DEBUG, WARN, ERROR (default WARN) -c CATEGORY, --log-category=CATEGORY log only categories matching CATEGORY pattern -m MODULES, --module=MODULES add module to test search path -i IGNORE, --ignore=IGNORE ignore tests matching IGNORE pattern -I IFILE, --ignore-file=IFILE ignore tests matching patterns in IFILE -H, --halt-on-error halt if an error is encountered -t, --time report timing information on test run -D DEFINE, --define=DEFINE define test parameters SEE ALSO
For more information on qpid-python-test please check the QPID wiki at Apache QPID October 2011 qpid-python-test(1)

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qpidd - the Qpid AMQP Message Broker Daemon SYNOPSIS
qpidd [-p port] [--config config_file] [--data-dir directory] DESCRIPTION
An AMQP message broker daemon that stores, routes and forwards messages using the Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP). OPTIONS
The options below are built-in to qpidd. Installing add-on modules provides additional options. To see the full set of options available type "qpidd --help" Options may be specified via command line, environment variable or configuration file. See FILES and ENVIRONMENT below for details. -h [ --help ] Displays the help message -v [ --version ] Displays version information --config FILE (/etc/qpidd.conf) Reads configuration from FILE Module options: --module-dir DIR (/usr/lib/qpid/daemon) Load all shareable modules in this directory --load-module FILE Specifies additional module(s) to be loaded --no-module-dir Don't load modules from module directory Broker Options: --data-dir DIR (/home/cajus/.qpidd) Directory to contain persistent data generated by the broker --no-data-dir Don't use a data directory. No persistent configuration will be loaded or stored -p [ --port ] PORT (5672) Tells the broker to listen on PORT --worker-threads N (2) Sets the broker thread pool size --max-connections N (500) Sets the maximum allowed connections --connection-backlog N (10) Sets the connection backlog limit for the server socket -m [ --mgmt-enable ] yes|no (1) Enable Management --mgmt-publish yes|no (1) Enable Publish of Management Data ('no' implies query-only) --mgmt-qmf2 yes|no (1) Enable broadcast of management information over QMF v2 --mgmt-qmf1 yes|no (1) Enable broadcast of management information over QMF v1 --mgmt-pub-interval SECONDS (10) Management Publish Interval --queue-purge-interval SECONDS (600) Interval between attempts to purge any expired messages from queues --auth yes|no (1) Enable authentication, if disabled all incoming connections will be trusted --realm REALM (QPID) Use the given realm when performing authentication --default-queue-limit BYTES (104857600) Default maximum size for queues (in bytes) --tcp-nodelay Set TCP_NODELAY on TCP connections --require-encryption Only accept connections that are encrypted --known-hosts-url URL or 'none' URL to send as 'known-hosts' to clients ('none' implies empty list) --sasl-config DIR gets sasl config info from nonstandard location --async-queue-events yes|no (0) Set Queue Events async, used for services like replication --default-flow-stop-threshold PERCENT (80) Percent of queue's maximum capacity at which flow control is activated. --default-flow-resume-threshold PERCENT (70) Percent of queue's maximum capacity at which flow control is de-activated. --default-event-threshold-ratio %age of limit (80) The ratio of any specified queue limit at which an event will be raised --default-message-group GROUP-IDENTIFER ( Group identifier to assign to messages delivered to a message group queue that do not contain an identifier. --enable-timestamp yes|no (0) Add current time to each received message. --link-maintenace-interval SECONDS (2) Logging options: -t [ --trace ] Enables all logging --log-enable RULE (notice+) Enables logging for selected levels and components. RULE is in the form 'LEVEL[+][:PATTERN]' Levels are one of: trace debug info notice warning error critical For example: '--log-enable warning+' logs all warning, error and critical messages. '--log-enable debug:framing' logs debug messages from the framing namespace. This option can be used multiple times --log-time yes|no (1) Include time in log messages --log-level yes|no (1) Include severity level in log messages --log-source yes|no (0) Include source file:line in log messages --log-thread yes|no (0) Include thread ID in log messages --log-function yes|no (0) Include function signature in log messages --log-hires-timestamp yes|no (0) Use hi-resolution timestamps in log messages --log-prefix STRING Prefix to append to all log messages Logging sink options: --log-to-stderr yes|no (1) Send logging output to stderr --log-to-stdout yes|no (0) Send logging output to stdout --log-to-file FILE Send log output to FILE. --log-to-syslog yes|no (0) Send logging output to syslog; customize using --syslog-name and --syslog-facility --syslog-name NAME (lt-qpidd) Name to use in syslog messages --syslog-facility LOG_XXX (LOG_DAEMON) Facility to use in syslog messages Daemon options: -d [ --daemon ] Run as a daemon. Logs to syslog by default in this mode. --transport TRANSPORT (tcp) The transport for which to return the port --pid-dir DIR (/home/cajus/.qpidd) Directory where port-specific PID file is stored -w [ --wait ] SECONDS (600) Sets the maximum wait time to initialize the daemon. If the daemon fails to initialize, prints an error and returns 1 -c [ --check ] Prints the daemon's process ID to stdout and returns 0 if the daemon is running, otherwise returns 1 -q [ --quit ] Tells the daemon to shut down ENVIRONMENT
QPID_<option> There is an environment variable for each option. The environment variable is the option name in uppercase, prefixed with QPID_ and '.' or '-' are replaced with '_'. Environment settings are over-ridden by command line settings. For example: export QPID_PORT=6000 export QPID_MAX_CONNECTIONS=10 export QPID_LOG_TO_FILE=/tmp/qpidd.log FILES
/etc/qpidd.conf Default configuration file. Configuration file settings are over-ridden by command line or environment variable settings. '--config <file>' or 'export QPID_CON- FIG=<file>' specifies an alternate file. Each line is a name=value pair. Blank lines and lines beginning with # are ignored. For example: # My qpidd configuration file. port=6000 max-connections=10 log-to-file=/tmp/qpidd.log AUTHOR
The Apache Qpid Project, REPORTING BUGS
Please report bugs to qpidd (qpidc) version 0.16 October 2012 QPIDD(1)
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