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MINI-BUILDD(8) System Administration Utilities MINI-BUILDD(8)

NAME

mini-buildd - Once minimal Debian build and repository daemon

DESCRIPTION

usage: mini-buildd [-h] [--version] [-v] [-q] [-N HOSTNAME] [-E HTTP_ENDPOINT]
[-W HTTPD_BIND] [-S SMTP] [-U DEDICATED_USER] [-H HOME] [-F PIDFILE] [-f] [-l LOGGERS] [-d OPTION,..] [-P PASSWORD] [-D APP[.MODEL]] [-L FILE] [-R]

Once minimal Debian build and repository daemon

optional arguments:

-h, --help
show this help message and exit
--version
show program's version number and exit
-v, --verbose
increase log level. Give twice for max logs (default: 0)
-q, --quiet
decrease log level. Give twice for min logs (default: 0)

daemon arguments:

-N HOSTNAME, --hostname HOSTNAME
Public hostname used for all services. (default: x86-conova-01.debian.org)
-E HTTP_ENDPOINT, --http-endpoint HTTP_ENDPOINT
HTTP Server Endpoint: Twisted-style Network Server Endpoint.
See: https://twistedmatrix.com/documents/current/core/howto/endpoints.html#servers
Notation Examples::
'tcp6:port=8066'
: Unencrypted, bind on all interfaces.
'ssl:port=8066:privateKey=KEY_PATH:certKey=CERT_PATH': Encrypted, bind on all interfaces.
'tcp6:interface=localhost:port=8066' : Unencrypted, bind on localhost only. 'localhost:8066' : Compatibility host:port syntax (don't use -- might eventually go away).
May be given multiple times (to server multiple endpoints). The first
endpoint given will be the primary.
(default: ['tcp6:port=8066']), not (default: None)
-W HTTPD_BIND, --httpd-bind HTTPD_BIND
DEPRECATED (use '--http-endpoint' instead): Web Server IP/Hostname and port to bind to. (default: :::8066)
-S SMTP, --smtp SMTP
SMTP credentials in format '[USER]:[PASSWORD]@smtp|ssmtp://HOST:PORT'. (default: :@smtp://localhost:25)
-U DEDICATED_USER, --dedicated-user DEDICATED_USER
Force a custom dedicated user name (to run as a different user than 'mini-buildd'). (default: mini-buildd)
-H HOME, --home HOME
Run with this home dir (you may use '~' for user expansion). The only use case to change this for debugging, really. (default: ~)
-F PIDFILE, --pidfile PIDFILE
Set pidfile path (you may use '~' for user expansion). (default: ~/.mini-buildd.pid)
-f, --foreground
Don't daemonize, log to console. (default: False)

logging and debugging arguments:

-l LOGGERS, --loggers LOGGERS
Comma-separated list of loggers (file,syslog,console) to use. (default: file,syslog)
-d OPTION,.., --debug OPTION,..
Comma-separated list of special debugging options: 'warnings' (show all warnings from python's warnings module in log), 'exception' (log tracebacks in exception handlers), 'http' (put http server in debug mode), 'webapp' (put web application [django] in debug mode), 'sbuild' (run sbuild in debug mode), 'keep' (keep spool and temporary directories). (default: )

database arguments:

-P PASSWORD, --set-admin-password PASSWORD
Update password for superuser ('admin'); user is created if non-existent yet. (default: None)
-D APP[.MODEL], --dumpdata APP[.MODEL]
Dump database contents for app[.MODEL] as JSON file (see 'django-admin dumpdata'). (default: None)
-L FILE, --loaddata FILE
INTERNAL USE ONLY, use with care! Load JSON file into database (see 'django-admin loaddata'). (default: None)
-R, --remove-system-artifacts
INTERNAL USE ONLY, use with care! Bulk-remove associated data of all objects that might have produced artifacts on the system. (default: False)

See also: Online manual, usually at http://localhost:8066/doc/.

May 2020 mini-buildd 1.1.33