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Manual Reference Pages  -  OPENXPKICTL (1)

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NAME

openxpkictl - start/stop script for OpenXPKI server

CONTENTS

USAGE

openxpkictl [options] COMMAND



 Options:
   --help                brief help message
   --man                 full documentation
   --config PATH         use configuration from path (base of yaml tree)
   --instance|i NAME     Shortcut to set the config path to
                         /usr/local/etc/openxpki/<instance>/config.d
   --debug  MODULE:LEVEL set MODULE debug level to LEVEL
                         (positive integer value).
                         MODULE defaults to .*
                         LEVEL defaults to 1
   --foreground          Uses a non-forking server. This is only
                         useful for debugging or profiling.

 Commands:
   start            Start OpenXPKI daemon
   stop             Stop OpenXPKI daemon
   reload           Reload the configuration
   restart          Restart OpenXPKI daemon
   status           Get OpenXPKI daemon status
   version          Print the OpenXPKI version info



ARGUMENTS

Available commands:
<B>startB> Starts the OpenXPKI daemon.
<B>stopB> Stops the OpenXPKI daemon.
<B>reloadB> Reloads the OpenXPKI daemon, re-reading the config repository. Note: Some changes need a restart, see the documentation!
<B>restartB> Restarts the OpenXPKI daemon.
<B>statusB> Checks the OpenXPKI daemon status.

OPTIONS

<B>--helpB> Print a brief help message and exits.
<B>--manB> Prints the manual page and exits.
<B>--config PATHB> Use PATH to point to the configuration repository. Defaults to /usr/local/etc/openxpki/config.d
<B>--instance NAMEB> Shortcut to set the config path when running multiple instances using the proposed config path layout.
<B>--versionB> Print program version and exit.
<B>--debug MODULE:LEVELB> Set specific module debug level to LEVEL (must be a positive integer). Higher values mean more debug output. Multiple --debug options can be specified. It is also possible to specify multiple debug settings in one --debug option by separating them with a comma. MODULE must be a module specification (e. g. OpenXPKI::Server) and may contain Perl Regular expressions.

MODULE defaults to ’.*’ if not specified. LEVEL defaults to 1 if not specified.

Examples:



  --debug
 (equivalent to --debug .*:1)

  --debug OpenPKI::Server
  (equivalent to --debug OpenXPKI::Server:1)

  --debug OpenPKI::Server:100
  (equivalent to --debug OpenXPKI::Server:100)

  --debug OpenPKI::Server:10 --debug OpenXPKI::Crypto::.*:20
  --debug OpenXPKI::Server:10,OpenXPKI::Crypto::.*:20
  (these two are equivalent)



<B>--foregroundB> Does not fork program away and uses a non-forking server. Pretty much useful only for debugging and profiling.

DESCRIPTION

<B>openxpkictlB> is the start script for the OpenXPKI server process.

The openxpkictl script returns a 0 exit value on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
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