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Orthanc — Lightweight, RESTful DICOM server for healthcare and medical research

Synopsis

Orthanc [OPTION]... [CONFIGURATION]

Description

Orthanc, lightweight, RESTful DICOM server for healthcare and medical research.

The "CONFIGURATION" argument can be a single file or a directory. In the case of a directory, all the JSON files it contains will be merged. If no configuration path is given on the command line, a set of default parameters is used. Please refer to the Orthanc homepage for the full instructions about how to use Orthanc <http://www.orthanc-server.com/>.

Command-line options

--help
display this help and exit
--logdir=[dir]
directory where to store the log files (by default, the log is dumped to stderr)
--logfile=[file]
file where to store the log of Orthanc (by default, the log is dumped to stderr)
--config=[file]
create a sample configuration file and exit
--errors
print the supported error codes and exit
--verbose
be verbose in logs
--trace
highest verbosity in logs (for debug)
--upgrade
allow Orthanc to upgrade the version of the database (beware that the database will become incompatible with former versions of Orthanc)
--version
output version information and exit

Exit status

0 if success,

-1 if error (have a look at the logs).

Author

Written by Sebastien Jodogne <s.jodogne@gmail.com>

Info

October 2016 Orthanc 1.1.0 User Commands