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GUIX-DAEMON(1) User Commands GUIX-DAEMON(1)

NAME

guix-daemon - manual page for guix-daemon 1.2.0

SYNOPSIS

guix-daemon [OPTION...]

DESCRIPTION

guix-daemon -- perform derivation builds and store accesses
--build-users-group=GROUP
perform builds as a user of GROUP
-c, --cores=N
use N CPU cores to build each derivation; 0 means as many as available
--cache-failures
cache build failures

--chroot-directory=DIR add DIR to the build chroot

--debug
produce debugging output
--disable-chroot
disable chroot builds
--disable-deduplication
disable automatic file "deduplication" in the store
--gc-keep-derivations[=yes/no]
tell whether the GC must keep derivations corresponding to live outputs
--gc-keep-outputs[=yes/no]
tell whether the GC must keep outputs of live derivations
--impersonate-linux-2.6
impersonate Linux 2.6
--listen=SOCKET
listen for connections on SOCKET

--log-compression=TYPE use the specified compression type for build logs

--lose-logs
do not keep build logs
--max-silent-time=SECONDS
mark builds as failed after SECONDS of silence
-M, --max-jobs=N
allow at most N build jobs
--no-offload
do not attempt to offload builds
--no-substitutes
do not use substitutes
--rounds=N
build each derivation N times in a row
--substitute-urls=URLS use URLS as the default list of substitute
providers
--system=SYSTEM
assume SYSTEM as the current system type
--timeout=SECONDS
mark builds as failed after SECONDS of activity
-?, --help
Give this help list
--usage
Give a short usage message
-V, --version
Print program version

Mandatory or optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or optional for any corresponding short options.

This program is a daemon meant to run in the background. It serves requests sent over a Unix-domain socket. It accesses the store, and builds derivations on behalf of its clients.

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to bug-guix@gnu.org.

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for guix-daemon is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and guix-daemon programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info guix

should give you access to the complete manual.

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