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UWSGI_ALARM_CURL(1) User Commands UWSGI_ALARM_CURL(1)

NAME

uwsgi_alarm_curl - fast (pure C), self-healing, developer-friendly WSGI server

SYNOPSIS

uwsgi-core-local [options...]

DESCRIPTION

-s|--socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using default protocol
-s|--uwsgi-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using uwsgi protocol
--suwsgi-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using uwsgi protocol over SSL
--ssl-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using uwsgi protocol over SSL
--http-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using HTTP protocol
--http-socket-modifier1
force the specified modifier1 when using HTTP protocol
--http-socket-modifier2
force the specified modifier2 when using HTTP protocol
--https-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using HTTPS protocol
--https-socket-modifier1
force the specified modifier1 when using HTTPS protocol
--https-socket-modifier2
force the specified modifier2 when using HTTPS protocol
--fastcgi-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using FastCGI protocol
--fastcgi-nph-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using FastCGI protocol (nph mode)
--fastcgi-modifier1
force the specified modifier1 when using FastCGI protocol
--fastcgi-modifier2
force the specified modifier2 when using FastCGI protocol
--scgi-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using SCGI protocol
--scgi-nph-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using SCGI protocol (nph mode)
--scgi-modifier1
force the specified modifier1 when using SCGI protocol
--scgi-modifier2
force the specified modifier2 when using SCGI protocol
--raw-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using RAW protocol
--raw-modifier1
force the specified modifier1 when using RAW protocol
--raw-modifier2
force the specified modifier2 when using RAW protocol
--puwsgi-socket
bind to the specified UNIX/TCP socket using persistent uwsgi protocol (puwsgi)
--protocol
force the specified protocol for default sockets
--socket-protocol
force the specified protocol for default sockets
--shared-socket
create a shared socket for advanced jailing or ipc
--undeferred-shared-socket
create a shared socket for advanced jailing or ipc (undeferred mode)
-p|--processes
spawn the specified number of workers/processes
-p|--workers
spawn the specified number of workers/processes
--thunder-lock
serialize accept() usage (if possible)
-t|--harakiri
set harakiri timeout
--harakiri-verbose
enable verbose mode for harakiri
--harakiri-no-arh
do not enable harakiri during after-request-hook
--no-harakiri-arh
do not enable harakiri during after-request-hook
--no-harakiri-after-req-hook
do not enable harakiri during after-request-hook
--backtrace-depth
set backtrace depth
--mule-harakiri
set harakiri timeout for mule tasks
-x|--xmlconfig
load config from xml file
-x|--xml
load config from xml file
--config
load configuration using the pluggable system
--fallback-config
re-exec uwsgi with the specified config when exit code is 1
--strict
enable strict mode (placeholder cannot be used)
--skip-zero
skip check of file descriptor 0
--skip-atexit
skip atexit hooks (ignored by the master)
--skip-atexit-teardown
skip atexit teardown (ignored by the master)
-S|--set
set a placeholder or an option
--set-placeholder
set a placeholder
--set-ph
set a placeholder
--get
print the specified option value and exit
--declare-option
declare a new uWSGI custom option
--declare-option2
declare a new uWSGI custom option (non-immediate)
--resolve
place the result of a dns query in the specified placeholder, sytax: placeholder=name (immediate option)
--for
(opt logic) for cycle
--for-glob
(opt logic) for cycle (expand glob)
--for-times
(opt logic) for cycle (expand the specified num to a list starting from 1)
--for-readline
(opt logic) for cycle (expand the specified file to a list of lines)
--endfor
(opt logic) end for cycle
--end-for
(opt logic) end for cycle
--if-opt
(opt logic) check for option
--if-not-opt
(opt logic) check for option
--if-env
(opt logic) check for environment variable
--if-not-env
(opt logic) check for environment variable
--ifenv
(opt logic) check for environment variable
--if-reload
(opt logic) check for reload
--if-not-reload
(opt logic) check for reload
--if-hostname
(opt logic) check for hostname
--if-not-hostname
(opt logic) check for hostname
--if-hostname-match
(opt logic) try to match hostname against a regular expression
--if-not-hostname-match
(opt logic) try to match hostname against a regular expression
--if-exists
(opt logic) check for file/directory existence
--if-not-exists
(opt logic) check for file/directory existence
--ifexists
(opt logic) check for file/directory existence
--if-plugin
(opt logic) check for plugin
--if-not-plugin
(opt logic) check for plugin
--ifplugin
(opt logic) check for plugin
--if-file
(opt logic) check for file existance
--if-not-file
(opt logic) check for file existance
--if-dir
(opt logic) check for directory existance
--if-not-dir
(opt logic) check for directory existance
--ifdir
(opt logic) check for directory existance
--if-directory
(opt logic) check for directory existance
--endif
(opt logic) end if
--end-if
(opt logic) end if
--blacklist
set options blacklist context
--end-blacklist
clear options blacklist context
--whitelist
set options whitelist context
--end-whitelist
clear options whitelist context
--ignore-sigpipe
do not report (annoying) SIGPIPE
--ignore-write-errors
do not report (annoying) write()/writev() errors
--write-errors-tolerance
set the maximum number of allowed write errors (default: no tolerance)
--write-errors-exception-only
only raise an exception on write errors giving control to the app itself
--disable-write-exception
disable exception generation on write()/writev()
--inherit
use the specified file as config template
--include
include the specified file as immediate configuration
--inject-before
inject a text file before the config file (advanced templating)
--inject-after
inject a text file after the config file (advanced templating)
-d|--daemonize
daemonize uWSGI
--daemonize2
daemonize uWSGI after app loading
--stop
stop an instance
--reload
reload an instance
--pause
pause an instance
--suspend
suspend an instance
--resume
resume an instance
--connect-and-read
connect to a socket and wait for data from it
--extract
fetch/dump any supported address to stdout
-l|--listen
set the socket listen queue size
-v|--max-vars
set the amount of internal iovec/vars structures
--max-apps
set the maximum number of per-worker applications
-b|--buffer-size
set internal buffer size
-m|--memory-report
enable memory report
--profiler
enable the specified profiler
-c|--cgi-mode
force CGI-mode for plugins supporting it
-a|--abstract-socket
force UNIX socket in abstract mode (Linux only)
-C|--chmod-socket
chmod-socket
-C|--chmod
chmod-socket
--chown-socket
chown unix sockets
--umask
set umask
--freebind
put socket in freebind mode
--map-socket
map sockets to specific workers
-T|--enable-threads
enable threads
--no-threads-wait
do not wait for threads cancellation on quit/reload
--auto-procname
automatically set processes name to something meaningful
--procname-prefix
add a prefix to the process names
--procname-prefix-spaced
add a spaced prefix to the process names
--procname-append
append a string to process names
--procname
set process names
--procname-master
set master process name
-i|--single-interpreter
do not use multiple interpreters (where available)
--need-app
exit if no app can be loaded
-M|--master
enable master process
--honour-stdin
do not remap stdin to /dev/null
--emperor
run the Emperor
--emperor-proxy-socket
force the vassal to became an Emperor proxy
--emperor-wrapper
set a binary wrapper for vassals
--emperor-wrapper-override
set a binary wrapper for vassals to try before the default one
--emperor-wrapper-fallback
set a binary wrapper for vassals to try as a last resort
--emperor-nofollow
do not follow symlinks when checking for mtime
--emperor-procname
set the Emperor process name
--emperor-freq
set the Emperor scan frequency (default 3 seconds)
--emperor-required-heartbeat
set the Emperor tolerance about heartbeats
--emperor-curse-tolerance
set the Emperor tolerance about cursed vassals
--emperor-pidfile
write the Emperor pid in the specified file
--emperor-tyrant
put the Emperor in Tyrant mode
--emperor-tyrant-nofollow
do not follow symlinks when checking for uid/gid in Tyrant mode
--emperor-stats
run the Emperor stats server
--emperor-stats-server
run the Emperor stats server
--early-emperor
spawn the emperor as soon as possibile
--emperor-broodlord
run the emperor in BroodLord mode
--emperor-throttle
set throttling level (in milliseconds) for bad behaving vassals (default 1000)
--emperor-max-throttle
set max throttling level (in milliseconds) for bad behaving vassals (default 3 minutes)
--emperor-magic-exec
prefix vassals config files with exec:// if they have the executable bit
--emperor-on-demand-extension
search for text file (vassal name + extension) containing the on demand socket name
--emperor-on-demand-ext
search for text file (vassal name + extension) containing the on demand socket name
--emperor-on-demand-directory
enable on demand mode binding to the unix socket in the specified directory named like the vassal + .socket
--emperor-on-demand-dir
enable on demand mode binding to the unix socket in the specified directory named like the vassal + .socket
--emperor-on-demand-exec
use the output of the specified command as on demand socket name (the vassal name is passed as the only argument)
--emperor-extra-extension
allows the specified extension in the Emperor (vassal will be called with --config)
--emperor-extra-ext
allows the specified extension in the Emperor (vassal will be called with --config)
--emperor-no-blacklist
disable Emperor blacklisting subsystem
--emperor-use-clone
use clone() instead of fork() passing the specified unshare() flags
--emperor-cap
set vassals capability
--vassals-cap
set vassals capability
--vassal-cap
set vassals capability
--imperial-monitor-list
list enabled imperial monitors
--imperial-monitors-list
list enabled imperial monitors
--vassals-inherit
add config templates to vassals config (uses --inherit)
--vassals-include
include config templates to vassals config (uses --include instead of --inherit)
--vassals-inherit-before
add config templates to vassals config (uses --inherit, parses before the vassal file)
--vassals-include-before
include config templates to vassals config (uses --include instead of --inherit, parses before the vassal file)
--vassals-start-hook
run the specified command before each vassal starts
--vassals-stop-hook
run the specified command after vassal's death
--vassal-sos
ask emperor for reinforcement when overloaded
--vassal-sos-backlog
ask emperor for sos if backlog queue has more items than the value specified
--vassals-set
automatically set the specified option (via --set) for every vassal
--vassal-set
automatically set the specified option (via --set) for every vassal
--heartbeat
announce healthiness to the emperor
--reload-mercy
set the maximum time (in seconds) we wait for workers and other processes to die during reload/shutdown
--worker-reload-mercy
set the maximum time (in seconds) a worker can take to reload/shutdown (default is 60)
--mule-reload-mercy
set the maximum time (in seconds) a mule can take to reload/shutdown (default is 60)
--exit-on-reload
force exit even if a reload is requested
--die-on-term
exit instead of brutal reload on SIGTERM
--force-gateway
force the spawn of the first registered gateway without a master
-h|--help
show this help
-h|--usage
show this help
--print-sym
print content of the specified binary symbol
--print-symbol
print content of the specified binary symbol
-r|--reaper
call waitpid(-1,...) after each request to get rid of zombies
-R|--max-requests
reload workers after the specified amount of managed requests
--min-worker-lifetime
number of seconds worker must run before being reloaded (default is 60)
--max-worker-lifetime
reload workers after the specified amount of seconds (default is disabled)
-z|--socket-timeout
set internal sockets timeout
--no-fd-passing
disable file descriptor passing
--locks
create the specified number of shared locks
--lock-engine
set the lock engine
--ftok
set the ipcsem key via ftok() for avoiding duplicates
--persistent-ipcsem
do not remove ipcsem's on shutdown
-A|--sharedarea
create a raw shared memory area of specified pages (note: it supports keyval too)
--safe-fd
do not close the specified file descriptor
--fd-safe
do not close the specified file descriptor
--cache
create a shared cache containing given elements
--cache-blocksize
set cache blocksize
--cache-store
enable persistent cache to disk
--cache-store-sync
set frequency of sync for persistent cache
--cache-no-expire
disable auto sweep of expired items
--cache-expire-freq
set the frequency of cache sweeper scans (default 3 seconds)
--cache-report-freed-items
constantly report the cache item freed by the sweeper (use only for debug)
--cache-udp-server
bind the cache udp server (used only for set/update/delete) to the specified socket
--cache-udp-node
send cache update/deletion to the specified cache udp server
--cache-sync
copy the whole content of another uWSGI cache server on server startup
--cache-use-last-modified
update last_modified_at timestamp on every cache item modification (default is disabled)
--add-cache-item
add an item in the cache
--load-file-in-cache
load a static file in the cache
--load-file-in-cache-gzip
load a static file in the cache with gzip compression
--cache2
create a new generation shared cache (keyval syntax)
--queue
enable shared queue
--queue-blocksize
set queue blocksize
--queue-store
enable persistent queue to disk
--queue-store-sync
set frequency of sync for persistent queue
-Q|--spooler
run a spooler on the specified directory
--spooler-external
map spoolers requests to a spooler directory managed by an external instance
--spooler-ordered
try to order the execution of spooler tasks
--spooler-chdir
chdir() to specified directory before each spooler task
--spooler-processes
set the number of processes for spoolers
--spooler-quiet
do not be verbose with spooler tasks
--spooler-max-tasks
set the maximum number of tasks to run before recycling a spooler
--spooler-harakiri
set harakiri timeout for spooler tasks
--spooler-frequency
set spooler frequency
--spooler-freq
set spooler frequency
--mule
add a mule
--mules
add the specified number of mules
--farm
add a mule farm
--mule-msg-size
set mule message buffer size
--signal
send a uwsgi signal to a server
--signal-bufsize
set buffer size for signal queue
--signals-bufsize
set buffer size for signal queue
--signal-timer
add a timer (syntax: <signal> <seconds>)
--timer
add a timer (syntax: <signal> <seconds>)
--signal-rbtimer
add a redblack timer (syntax: <signal> <seconds>)
--rbtimer
add a redblack timer (syntax: <signal> <seconds>)
--rpc-max
maximum number of rpc slots (default: 64)
-L|--disable-logging
disable request logging
--flock
lock the specified file before starting, exit if locked
--flock-wait
lock the specified file before starting, wait if locked
--flock2
lock the specified file after logging/daemon setup, exit if locked
--flock-wait2
lock the specified file after logging/daemon setup, wait if locked
--pidfile
create pidfile (before privileges drop)
--pidfile2
create pidfile (after privileges drop)
--chroot
chroot() to the specified directory
--pivot-root
pivot_root() to the specified directories (new_root and put_old must be separated with a space)
--pivot_root
pivot_root() to the specified directories (new_root and put_old must be separated with a space)
--uid
setuid to the specified user/uid
--gid
setgid to the specified group/gid
--add-gid
add the specified group id to the process credentials
--immediate-uid
setuid to the specified user/uid IMMEDIATELY
--immediate-gid
setgid to the specified group/gid IMMEDIATELY
--no-initgroups
disable additional groups set via initgroups()
--cap
set process capability
--unshare
unshare() part of the processes and put it in a new namespace
--unshare2
unshare() part of the processes and put it in a new namespace after rootfs change
--setns-socket
expose a unix socket returning namespace fds from /proc/self/ns
--setns-socket-skip
skip the specified entry when sending setns file descriptors
--setns-skip
skip the specified entry when sending setns file descriptors
--setns
join a namespace created by an external uWSGI instance
--setns-preopen
open /proc/self/ns as soon as possible and cache fds
--jailed
mark the instance as jailed (force the execution of post_jail hooks)
--refork
fork() again after privileges drop. Useful for jailing systems
--re-fork
fork() again after privileges drop. Useful for jailing systems
--refork-as-root
fork() again before privileges drop. Useful for jailing systems
--re-fork-as-root
fork() again before privileges drop. Useful for jailing systems
--refork-post-jail
fork() again after jailing. Useful for jailing systems
--re-fork-post-jail
fork() again after jailing. Useful for jailing systems
--hook-asap
run the specified hook as soon as possible
--hook-pre-jail
run the specified hook before jailing
--hook-post-jail
run the specified hook after jailing
--hook-in-jail
run the specified hook in jail after initialization
--hook-as-root
run the specified hook before privileges drop
--hook-as-user
run the specified hook after privileges drop
--hook-as-user-atexit
run the specified hook before app exit and reload
--hook-pre-app
run the specified hook before app loading
--hook-post-app
run the specified hook after app loading
--hook-post-fork
run the specified hook after each fork
--hook-accepting
run the specified hook after each worker enter the accepting phase
--hook-accepting1
run the specified hook after the first worker enters the accepting phase
--hook-accepting-once
run the specified hook after each worker enter the accepting phase (once per-instance)
--hook-accepting1-once
run the specified hook after the first worker enters the accepting phase (once per instance)
--hook-master-start
run the specified hook when the Master starts
--hook-touch
run the specified hook when the specified file is touched (syntax: <file> <action>)
--hook-emperor-start
run the specified hook when the Emperor starts
--hook-emperor-stop
run the specified hook when the Emperor send a stop message
--hook-emperor-reload
run the specified hook when the Emperor send a reload message
--hook-emperor-lost
run the specified hook when the Emperor connection is lost
--hook-as-vassal
run the specified hook before exec()ing the vassal
--hook-as-emperor
run the specified hook in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--hook-as-mule
run the specified hook in each mule
--hook-as-gateway
run the specified hook in each gateway
--after-request-hook
run the specified function/symbol after each request
--after-request-call
run the specified function/symbol after each request
--exec-asap
run the specified command as soon as possible
--exec-pre-jail
run the specified command before jailing
--exec-post-jail
run the specified command after jailing
--exec-in-jail
run the specified command in jail after initialization
--exec-as-root
run the specified command before privileges drop
--exec-as-user
run the specified command after privileges drop
--exec-as-user-atexit
run the specified command before app exit and reload
--exec-pre-app
run the specified command before app loading
--exec-post-app
run the specified command after app loading
--exec-as-vassal
run the specified command before exec()ing the vassal
--exec-as-emperor
run the specified command in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--mount-asap
mount filesystem as soon as possible
--mount-pre-jail
mount filesystem before jailing
--mount-post-jail
mount filesystem after jailing
--mount-in-jail
mount filesystem in jail after initialization
--mount-as-root
mount filesystem before privileges drop
--mount-as-vassal
mount filesystem before exec()ing the vassal
--mount-as-emperor
mount filesystem in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--umount-asap
unmount filesystem as soon as possible
--umount-pre-jail
unmount filesystem before jailing
--umount-post-jail
unmount filesystem after jailing
--umount-in-jail
unmount filesystem in jail after initialization
--umount-as-root
unmount filesystem before privileges drop
--umount-as-vassal
unmount filesystem before exec()ing the vassal
--umount-as-emperor
unmount filesystem in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--wait-for-interface
wait for the specified network interface to come up before running root hooks
--wait-for-interface-timeout
set the timeout for wait-for-interface
--wait-interface
wait for the specified network interface to come up before running root hooks
--wait-interface-timeout
set the timeout for wait-for-interface
--wait-for-iface
wait for the specified network interface to come up before running root hooks
--wait-for-iface-timeout
set the timeout for wait-for-interface
--wait-iface
wait for the specified network interface to come up before running root hooks
--wait-iface-timeout
set the timeout for wait-for-interface
--wait-for-fs
wait for the specified filesystem item to appear before running root hooks
--wait-for-file
wait for the specified file to appear before running root hooks
--wait-for-dir
wait for the specified directory to appear before running root hooks
--wait-for-mountpoint
wait for the specified mountpoint to appear before running root hooks
--wait-for-fs-timeout
set the timeout for wait-for-fs/file/dir
--wait-for-socket
wait for the specified socket to be ready before loading apps
--wait-for-socket-timeout
set the timeout for wait-for-socket
--call-asap
call the specified function as soon as possible
--call-pre-jail
call the specified function before jailing
--call-post-jail
call the specified function after jailing
--call-in-jail
call the specified function in jail after initialization
--call-as-root
call the specified function before privileges drop
--call-as-user
call the specified function after privileges drop
--call-as-user-atexit
call the specified function before app exit and reload
--call-pre-app
call the specified function before app loading
--call-post-app
call the specified function after app loading
--call-as-vassal
call the specified function() before exec()ing the vassal
--call-as-vassal1
call the specified function(char *) before exec()ing the vassal
--call-as-vassal3
call the specified function(char *, uid_t, gid_t) before exec()ing the vassal
--call-as-emperor
call the specified function() in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--call-as-emperor1
call the specified function(char *) in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--call-as-emperor2
call the specified function(char *, pid_t) in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--call-as-emperor4
call the specified function(char *, pid_t, uid_t, gid_t) in the emperor after the vassal has been started
--ini
load config from ini file
-y|--yaml
load config from yaml file
-y|--yml
load config from yaml file
-j|--json
load config from json file
-j|--js
load config from json file
--weight
weight of the instance (used by clustering/lb/subscriptions)
--auto-weight
set weight of the instance (used by clustering/lb/subscriptions) automatically
--no-server
force no-server mode
--command-mode
force command mode
--no-defer-accept
disable deferred-accept on sockets
--tcp-nodelay
enable TCP NODELAY on each request
--so-keepalive
enable TCP KEEPALIVEs
--so-send-timeout
set SO_SNDTIMEO
--socket-send-timeout
set SO_SNDTIMEO
--so-write-timeout
set SO_SNDTIMEO
--socket-write-timeout
set SO_SNDTIMEO
--socket-sndbuf
set SO_SNDBUF
--socket-rcvbuf
set SO_RCVBUF
--limit-as
limit processes address space/vsz
--limit-nproc
limit the number of spawnable processes
--reload-on-as
reload if address space is higher than specified megabytes
--reload-on-rss
reload if rss memory is higher than specified megabytes
--evil-reload-on-as
force the master to reload a worker if its address space is higher than specified megabytes
--evil-reload-on-rss
force the master to reload a worker if its rss memory is higher than specified megabytes
--mem-collector-freq
set the memory collector frequency when evil reloads are in place
--reload-on-fd
reload if the specified file descriptor is ready
--brutal-reload-on-fd
brutal reload if the specified file descriptor is ready
--ksm
enable Linux KSM
--pcre-jit
enable pcre jit (if available)
--never-swap
lock all memory pages avoiding swapping
--touch-reload
reload uWSGI if the specified file is modified/touched
--touch-workers-reload
trigger reload of (only) workers if the specified file is modified/touched
--touch-mules-reload
reload mules if the specified file is modified/touched
--touch-spoolers-reload
reload spoolers if the specified file is modified/touched
--touch-chain-reload
trigger chain reload if the specified file is modified/touched
--touch-logrotate
trigger logrotation if the specified file is modified/touched
--touch-logreopen
trigger log reopen if the specified file is modified/touched
--touch-exec
run command when the specified file is modified/touched (syntax: file command)
--touch-signal
signal when the specified file is modified/touched (syntax: file signal)
--fs-reload
graceful reload when the specified filesystem object is modified
--fs-brutal-reload
brutal reload when the specified filesystem object is modified
--fs-signal
raise a uwsgi signal when the specified filesystem object is modified (syntax: file signal)
--check-mountpoint
destroy the instance if a filesystem is no more reachable (useful for reliable Fuse management)
--mountpoint-check
destroy the instance if a filesystem is no more reachable (useful for reliable Fuse management)
--check-mount
destroy the instance if a filesystem is no more reachable (useful for reliable Fuse management)
--mount-check
destroy the instance if a filesystem is no more reachable (useful for reliable Fuse management)
--propagate-touch
over-engineering option for system with flaky signal management
--limit-post
limit request body
--no-orphans
automatically kill workers if master dies (can be dangerous for availability)
--prio
set processes/threads priority
--cpu-affinity
set cpu affinity
--post-buffering
set size in bytes after which will buffer to disk instead of memory
--post-buffering-bufsize
set buffer size for read() in post buffering mode
--body-read-warning
set the amount of allowed memory allocation (in megabytes) for request body before starting printing a warning
--upload-progress
enable creation of .json files in the specified directory during a file upload
--no-default-app
do not fallback to default app
--manage-script-name
automatically rewrite SCRIPT_NAME and PATH_INFO
--ignore-script-name
ignore SCRIPT_NAME
--catch-exceptions
report exception as http output (discouraged, use only for testing)
--reload-on-exception
reload a worker when an exception is raised
--reload-on-exception-type
reload a worker when a specific exception type is raised
--reload-on-exception-value
reload a worker when a specific exception value is raised
--reload-on-exception-repr
reload a worker when a specific exception type+value (language-specific) is raised
--exception-handler
add an exception handler
--enable-metrics
enable metrics subsystem
--metric
add a custom metric
--metric-threshold
add a metric threshold/alarm
--metric-alarm
add a metric threshold/alarm
--alarm-metric
add a metric threshold/alarm
--metrics-dir
export metrics as text files to the specified directory
--metrics-dir-restore
restore last value taken from the metrics dir
--metric-dir
export metrics as text files to the specified directory
--metric-dir-restore
restore last value taken from the metrics dir
--metrics-no-cores
disable generation of cores-related metrics
--udp
run the udp server on the specified address
--stats
enable the stats server on the specified address
--stats-server
enable the stats server on the specified address
--stats-http
prefix stats server json output with http headers
--stats-minified
minify statistics json output
--stats-min
minify statistics json output
--stats-push
push the stats json to the specified destination
--stats-pusher-default-freq
set the default frequency of stats pushers
--stats-pushers-default-freq
set the default frequency of stats pushers
--stats-no-cores
disable generation of cores-related stats
--stats-no-metrics
do not include metrics in stats output
--multicast
subscribe to specified multicast group
--multicast-ttl
set multicast ttl
--multicast-loop
set multicast loop (default 1)
--master-fifo
enable the master fifo
--notify-socket
enable the notification socket
--subscription-notify-socket
set the notification socket for subscriptions
--legion
became a member of a legion
--legion-mcast
became a member of a legion (shortcut for multicast)
--legion-node
add a node to a legion
--legion-freq
set the frequency of legion packets
--legion-tolerance
set the tolerance of legion subsystem
--legion-death-on-lord-error
declare itself as a dead node for the specified amount of seconds if one of the lord hooks fails
--legion-skew-tolerance
set the clock skew tolerance of legion subsystem (default 30 seconds)
--legion-lord
action to call on Lord election
--legion-unlord
action to call on Lord dismiss
--legion-setup
action to call on legion setup
--legion-death
action to call on legion death (shutdown of the instance)
--legion-join
action to call on legion join (first time quorum is reached)
--legion-node-joined
action to call on new node joining legion
--legion-node-left
action to call node leaving legion
--legion-quorum
set the quorum of a legion
--legion-scroll
set the scroll of a legion
--legion-scroll-max-size
set max size of legion scroll buffer
--legion-scroll-list-max-size
set max size of legion scroll list buffer
--subscriptions-sign-check
set digest algorithm and certificate directory for secured subscription system
--subscriptions-sign-check-tolerance
set the maximum tolerance (in seconds) of clock skew for secured subscription system
--subscriptions-sign-skip-uid
skip signature check for the specified uid when using unix sockets credentials
--subscriptions-credentials-check
add a directory to search for subscriptions key credentials
--subscriptions-use-credentials
enable management of SCM_CREDENTIALS in subscriptions UNIX sockets
--subscription-algo
set load balancing algorithm for the subscription system
--subscription-dotsplit
try to fallback to the next part (dot based) in subscription key
--subscribe-to
subscribe to the specified subscription server
--st
subscribe to the specified subscription server
--subscribe
subscribe to the specified subscription server
--subscribe2
subscribe to the specified subscription server using advanced keyval syntax
--subscribe-freq
send subscription announce at the specified interval
--subscription-tolerance
set tolerance for subscription servers
--unsubscribe-on-graceful-reload
force unsubscribe request even during graceful reload
--start-unsubscribed
configure subscriptions but do not send them (useful with master fifo)
--subscribe-with-modifier1
force the specififed modifier1 when subscribing
--snmp
enable the embedded snmp server
--snmp-community
set the snmp community string
--ssl-verbose
be verbose about SSL errors
--sni
add an SNI-governed SSL context
--sni-dir
check for cert/key/client_ca file in the specified directory and create a sni/ssl context on demand
--sni-dir-ciphers
set ssl ciphers for sni-dir option
--ssl-enable3
enable SSLv3 (insecure)
--ssl-option
set a raw ssl option (numeric value)
--sni-regexp
add an SNI-governed SSL context (the key is a regexp)
--ssl-tmp-dir
store ssl-related temp files in the specified directory
--check-interval
set the interval (in seconds) of master checks
--forkbomb-delay
sleep for the specified number of seconds when a forkbomb is detected
--binary-path
force binary path
--privileged-binary-patch
patch the uwsgi binary with a new command (before privileges drop)
--unprivileged-binary-patch
patch the uwsgi binary with a new command (after privileges drop)
--privileged-binary-patch-arg
patch the uwsgi binary with a new command and arguments (before privileges drop)
--unprivileged-binary-patch-arg
patch the uwsgi binary with a new command and arguments (after privileges drop)
--async
enable async mode with specified cores
--max-fd
set maximum number of file descriptors (requires root privileges)
--logto
set logfile/udp address
--logto2
log to specified file or udp address after privileges drop
--log-format
set advanced format for request logging
--logformat
set advanced format for request logging
--logformat-strftime
apply strftime to logformat output
--log-format-strftime
apply strftime to logformat output
--logfile-chown
chown logfiles
--logfile-chmod
chmod logfiles
--log-syslog
log to syslog
--log-socket
send logs to the specified socket
--req-logger
set/append a request logger
--logger-req
set/append a request logger
--logger
set/append a logger
--logger-list
list enabled loggers
--loggers-list
list enabled loggers
--threaded-logger
offload log writing to a thread
--log-encoder
add an item in the log encoder chain
--log-req-encoder
add an item in the log req encoder chain
--log-drain
drain (do not show) log lines matching the specified regexp
--log-filter
show only log lines matching the specified regexp
--log-route
log to the specified named logger if regexp applied on logline matches
--log-req-route
log requests to the specified named logger if regexp applied on logline matches
--use-abort
call abort() on segfault/fpe, could be useful for generating a core dump
--alarm
create a new alarm, syntax: <alarm> <plugin:args>
--alarm-cheap
use main alarm thread rather than create dedicated threads for curl-based alarms
--alarm-freq
tune the anti-loop alarm system (default 3 seconds)
--alarm-fd
raise the specified alarm when an fd is read for read (by default it reads 1 byte, set 8 for eventfd)
--alarm-segfault
raise the specified alarm when the segmentation fault handler is executed
--segfault-alarm
raise the specified alarm when the segmentation fault handler is executed
--alarm-backlog
raise the specified alarm when the socket backlog queue is full
--backlog-alarm
raise the specified alarm when the socket backlog queue is full
--lq-alarm
raise the specified alarm when the socket backlog queue is full
--alarm-lq
raise the specified alarm when the socket backlog queue is full
--alarm-listen-queue
raise the specified alarm when the socket backlog queue is full
--listen-queue-alarm
raise the specified alarm when the socket backlog queue is full
--log-alarm
raise the specified alarm when a log line matches the specified regexp, syntax: <alarm>[,alarm...] <regexp>
--alarm-log
raise the specified alarm when a log line matches the specified regexp, syntax: <alarm>[,alarm...] <regexp>
--not-log-alarm
skip the specified alarm when a log line matches the specified regexp, syntax: <alarm>[,alarm...] <regexp>
--not-alarm-log
skip the specified alarm when a log line matches the specified regexp, syntax: <alarm>[,alarm...] <regexp>
--alarm-list
list enabled alarms
--alarms-list
list enabled alarms
--alarm-msg-size
set the max size of an alarm message (default 8192)
--log-master
delegate logging to master process
--log-master-bufsize
set the buffer size for the master logger. bigger log messages will be truncated
--log-master-stream
create the master logpipe as SOCK_STREAM
--log-master-req-stream
create the master requests logpipe as SOCK_STREAM
--log-reopen
reopen log after reload
--log-truncate
truncate log on startup
--log-maxsize
set maximum logfile size
--log-backupname
set logfile name after rotation
--logdate
prefix logs with date or a strftime string
--log-date
prefix logs with date or a strftime string
--log-prefix
prefix logs with a string
--log-zero
log responses without body
--log-slow
log requests slower than the specified number of milliseconds
--log-4xx
log requests with a 4xx response
--log-5xx
log requests with a 5xx response
--log-big
log requestes bigger than the specified size
--log-sendfile
log sendfile requests
--log-ioerror
log requests with io errors
--log-micros
report response time in microseconds instead of milliseconds
--log-x-forwarded-for
use the ip from X-Forwarded-For header instead of REMOTE_ADDR
--master-as-root
leave master process running as root
--drop-after-init
run privileges drop after plugin initialization, superseded by drop-after-apps
--drop-after-apps
run privileges drop after apps loading, superseded by master-as-root
--force-cwd
force the initial working directory to the specified value
--binsh
override /bin/sh (used by exec hooks, it always fallback to /bin/sh)
--chdir
chdir to specified directory before apps loading
--chdir2
chdir to specified directory after apps loading
--lazy
set lazy mode (load apps in workers instead of master)
--lazy-apps
load apps in each worker instead of the master
--cheap
set cheap mode (spawn workers only after the first request)
--cheaper
set cheaper mode (adaptive process spawning)
--cheaper-initial
set the initial number of processes to spawn in cheaper mode
--cheaper-algo
choose to algorithm used for adaptive process spawning
--cheaper-step
number of additional processes to spawn at each overload
--cheaper-overload
increase workers after specified overload
--cheaper-algo-list
list enabled cheapers algorithms
--cheaper-algos-list
list enabled cheapers algorithms
--cheaper-list
list enabled cheapers algorithms
--cheaper-rss-limit-soft
don't spawn new workers if total resident memory usage of all workers is higher than this limit
--cheaper-rss-limit-hard
if total workers resident memory usage is higher try to stop workers
--idle
set idle mode (put uWSGI in cheap mode after inactivity)
--die-on-idle
shutdown uWSGI when idle
--mount
load application under mountpoint
--worker-mount
load application under mountpoint in the specified worker or after workers spawn
--threads
run each worker in prethreaded mode with the specified number of threads
--thread-stacksize
set threads stacksize
--threads-stacksize
set threads stacksize
--thread-stack-size
set threads stacksize
--threads-stack-size
set threads stacksize
--vhost
enable virtualhosting mode (based on SERVER_NAME variable)
--vhost-host
enable virtualhosting mode (based on HTTP_HOST variable)
--route
add a route
--route-host
add a route based on Host header
--route-uri
add a route based on REQUEST_URI
--route-qs
add a route based on QUERY_STRING
--route-remote-addr
add a route based on REMOTE_ADDR
--route-user-agent
add a route based on HTTP_USER_AGENT
--route-remote-user
add a route based on REMOTE_USER
--route-referer
add a route based on HTTP_REFERER
--route-label
add a routing label (for use with goto)
--route-if
add a route based on condition
--route-if-not
add a route based on condition (negate version)
--route-run
always run the specified route action
--final-route
add a final route
--final-route-status
add a final route for the specified status
--final-route-host
add a final route based on Host header
--final-route-uri
add a final route based on REQUEST_URI
--final-route-qs
add a final route based on QUERY_STRING
--final-route-remote-addr
add a final route based on REMOTE_ADDR
--final-route-user-agent
add a final route based on HTTP_USER_AGENT
--final-route-remote-user
add a final route based on REMOTE_USER
--final-route-referer
add a final route based on HTTP_REFERER
--final-route-label
add a final routing label (for use with goto)
--final-route-if
add a final route based on condition
--final-route-if-not
add a final route based on condition (negate version)
--final-route-run
always run the specified final route action
--error-route
add an error route
--error-route-status
add an error route for the specified status
--error-route-host
add an error route based on Host header
--error-route-uri
add an error route based on REQUEST_URI
--error-route-qs
add an error route based on QUERY_STRING
--error-route-remote-addr
add an error route based on REMOTE_ADDR
--error-route-user-agent
add an error route based on HTTP_USER_AGENT
--error-route-remote-user
add an error route based on REMOTE_USER
--error-route-referer
add an error route based on HTTP_REFERER
--error-route-label
add an error routing label (for use with goto)
--error-route-if
add an error route based on condition
--error-route-if-not
add an error route based on condition (negate version)
--error-route-run
always run the specified error route action
--response-route
add a response route
--response-route-status
add a response route for the specified status
--response-route-host
add a response route based on Host header
--response-route-uri
add a response route based on REQUEST_URI
--response-route-qs
add a response route based on QUERY_STRING
--response-route-remote-addr
add a response route based on REMOTE_ADDR
--response-route-user-agent
add a response route based on HTTP_USER_AGENT
--response-route-remote-user
add a response route based on REMOTE_USER
--response-route-referer
add a response route based on HTTP_REFERER
--response-route-label
add a response routing label (for use with goto)
--response-route-if
add a response route based on condition
--response-route-if-not
add a response route based on condition (negate version)
--response-route-run
always run the specified response route action
--router-list
list enabled routers
--routers-list
list enabled routers
--error-page-403
add an error page (html) for managed 403 response
--error-page-404
add an error page (html) for managed 404 response
--error-page-500
add an error page (html) for managed 500 response
--websockets-ping-freq
set the frequency (in seconds) of websockets automatic ping packets
--websocket-ping-freq
set the frequency (in seconds) of websockets automatic ping packets
--websockets-pong-tolerance
set the tolerance (in seconds) of websockets ping/pong subsystem
--websocket-pong-tolerance
set the tolerance (in seconds) of websockets ping/pong subsystem
--websockets-max-size
set the max allowed size of websocket messages (in Kbytes, default 1024)
--websocket-max-size
set the max allowed size of websocket messages (in Kbytes, default 1024)
--chunked-input-limit
set the max size of a chunked input part (default 1MB, in bytes)
--chunked-input-timeout
set default timeout for chunked input
--clock
set a clock source
--clock-list
list enabled clocks
--clocks-list
list enabled clocks
--add-header
automatically add HTTP headers to response
--rem-header
automatically remove specified HTTP header from the response
--del-header
automatically remove specified HTTP header from the response
--collect-header
store the specified response header in a request var (syntax: header var)
--response-header-collect
store the specified response header in a request var (syntax: header var)
--pull-header
store the specified response header in a request var and remove it from the response (syntax: header var)
--check-static
check for static files in the specified directory
--check-static-docroot
check for static files in the requested DOCUMENT_ROOT
--static-check
check for static files in the specified directory
--static-map
map mountpoint to static directory (or file)
--static-map2
like static-map but completely appending the requested resource to the docroot
--static-skip-ext
skip specified extension from staticfile checks
--static-index
search for specified file if a directory is requested
--static-safe
skip security checks if the file is under the specified path
--static-cache-paths
put resolved paths in the uWSGI cache for the specified amount of seconds
--static-cache-paths-name
use the specified cache for static paths
--mimefile
set mime types file path (default /etc/mime.types)
--mime-file
set mime types file path (default /etc/mime.types)
--static-expires-type
set the Expires header based on content type
--static-expires-type-mtime
set the Expires header based on content type and file mtime
--static-expires
set the Expires header based on filename regexp
--static-expires-mtime
set the Expires header based on filename regexp and file mtime
--static-expires-uri
set the Expires header based on REQUEST_URI regexp
--static-expires-uri-mtime
set the Expires header based on REQUEST_URI regexp and file mtime
--static-expires-path-info
set the Expires header based on PATH_INFO regexp
--static-expires-path-info-mtime
set the Expires header based on PATH_INFO regexp and file mtime
--static-gzip
if the supplied regexp matches the static file translation it will search for a gzip version
--static-gzip-all
check for a gzip version of all requested static files
--static-gzip-dir
check for a gzip version of all requested static files in the specified dir/prefix
--static-gzip-prefix
check for a gzip version of all requested static files in the specified dir/prefix
--static-gzip-ext
check for a gzip version of all requested static files with the specified ext/suffix
--static-gzip-suffix
check for a gzip version of all requested static files with the specified ext/suffix
--honour-range
enable support for the HTTP Range header
--offload-threads
set the number of offload threads to spawn (per-worker, default 0)
--offload-thread
set the number of offload threads to spawn (per-worker, default 0)
--file-serve-mode
set static file serving mode
--fileserve-mode
set static file serving mode
--disable-sendfile
disable sendfile() and rely on boring read()/write()
--check-cache
check for response data in the specified cache (empty for default cache)
--close-on-exec
set close-on-exec on connection sockets (could be required for spawning processes in requests)
--close-on-exec2
set close-on-exec on server sockets (could be required for spawning processes in requests)
--mode
set uWSGI custom mode
--env
set environment variable
--envdir
load a daemontools compatible envdir
--early-envdir
load a daemontools compatible envdir ASAP
--unenv
unset environment variable
--vacuum
try to remove all of the generated file/sockets
--file-write
write the specified content to the specified file (syntax: file=value) before privileges drop
--cgroup
put the processes in the specified cgroup
--cgroup-opt
set value in specified cgroup option
--cgroup-dir-mode
set permission for cgroup directory (default is 700)
--namespace
run in a new namespace under the specified rootfs
--namespace-keep-mount
keep the specified mountpoint in your namespace
--ns
run in a new namespace under the specified rootfs
--namespace-net
add network namespace
--ns-net
add network namespace
--enable-proxy-protocol
enable PROXY1 protocol support (only for http parsers)
--reuse-port
enable REUSE_PORT flag on socket (BSD only)
--tcp-fast-open
enable TCP_FASTOPEN flag on TCP sockets with the specified qlen value
--tcp-fastopen
enable TCP_FASTOPEN flag on TCP sockets with the specified qlen value
--tcp-fast-open-client
use sendto(..., MSG_FASTOPEN, ...) instead of connect() if supported
--tcp-fastopen-client
use sendto(..., MSG_FASTOPEN, ...) instead of connect() if supported
--zerg
attach to a zerg server
--zerg-fallback
fallback to normal sockets if the zerg server is not available
--zerg-server
enable the zerg server on the specified UNIX socket
--cron
add a cron task
--cron2
add a cron task (key=val syntax)
--unique-cron
add a unique cron task
--cron-harakiri
set the maximum time (in seconds) we wait for cron command to complete
--legion-cron
add a cron task runnable only when the instance is a lord of the specified legion
--cron-legion
add a cron task runnable only when the instance is a lord of the specified legion
--unique-legion-cron
add a unique cron task runnable only when the instance is a lord of the specified legion
--unique-cron-legion
add a unique cron task runnable only when the instance is a lord of the specified legion
--loop
select the uWSGI loop engine
--loop-list
list enabled loop engines
--loops-list
list enabled loop engines
--worker-exec
run the specified command as worker
--worker-exec2
run the specified command as worker (after post_fork hook)
--attach-daemon
attach a command/daemon to the master process (the command has to not go in background)
--attach-control-daemon
attach a command/daemon to the master process (the command has to not go in background), when the daemon dies, the master dies too
--smart-attach-daemon
attach a command/daemon to the master process managed by a pidfile (the command has to daemonize)
--smart-attach-daemon2
attach a command/daemon to the master process managed by a pidfile (the command has to NOT daemonize)
--legion-attach-daemon
same as --attach-daemon but daemon runs only on legion lord node
--legion-smart-attach-daemon
same as --smart-attach-daemon but daemon runs only on legion lord node
--legion-smart-attach-daemon2
same as --smart-attach-daemon2 but daemon runs only on legion lord node
--daemons-honour-stdin
do not change the stdin of external daemons to /dev/null
--attach-daemon2
attach-daemon keyval variant (supports smart modes too)
--plugins
load uWSGI plugins
--plugin
load uWSGI plugins
--need-plugins
load uWSGI plugins (exit on error)
--need-plugin
load uWSGI plugins (exit on error)
--plugins-dir
add a directory to uWSGI plugin search path
--plugin-dir
add a directory to uWSGI plugin search path
--plugins-list
list enabled plugins
--plugin-list
list enabled plugins
--autoload
try to automatically load plugins when unknown options are found
--dlopen
blindly load a shared library
--allowed-modifiers
comma separated list of allowed modifiers
--remap-modifier
remap request modifier from one id to another
--dump-options
dump the full list of available options
--show-config
show the current config reformatted as ini
--binary-append-data
return the content of a resource to stdout for appending to a uwsgi binary (for data:// usage)
--print
simple print
--iprint
simple print (immediate version)
--exit
force exit() of the instance
--cflags
report uWSGI CFLAGS (useful for building external plugins)
--dot-h
dump the uwsgi.h used for building the core (useful for building external plugins)
--config-py
dump the uwsgiconfig.py used for building the core (useful for building external plugins)
--build-plugin
build a uWSGI plugin for the current binary
--version
print uWSGI version
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