smuxi-server man page

smuxi-server — remote engine for Smuxi chat client

Synopsis

smuxi-server [-dh] [--add-user] [--modify-user] [--delete-user] [--list-users] [--username=username] [--password=password] [--optimize-message-buffers=action]

Description

smuxi-server is a remote engine for the Smuxi chat client. Multiple Smuxi frontends can connect and be kept in sync, and when none are connected, keeps track and stays connected to servers.

Some options are mutually exclusive. When no special options are taken, the server will start normally. The options are as follows:

-d, --debug
Turn on debugging. Debug logs are sent to $XDG_DATA_HOME/smuxi/smuxi-server.log , and older logs are moved to the date of usage.
-h, --help
Show the arguments Smuxi takes.
--version
Show version information.
--add-user
Adds a user to the server.
--delete-user
Deletes a user from the server.
--modify-user
Changes a user's properties.
--list-users
Lists the users of the server.
--username=username
When adding, deleting, or modifying a user, use that username.
--password=password
When adding or modifying a user, use that password.
--optimize-message-buffers=action
Optimizes the message buffers. Valid values are none, defrag, index, and all.

Files

$XDG_DATA_HOME/smuxi/share/smuxi-server.log
smuxi debug log
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/smuxi/smuxi-engine.ini
smuxi engine config

Signals

Smuxi will handle and catch these signals:

SIGINT
Gracefully exits the server.
SIGTERM
Gracefully exits the server.

See Also

smuxi-frontend-gnome(1), smuxi-frontend-stfl(1), smuxi-message-buffer(1)

Website: https://smuxi.im/

Author/Credits

Smuxi, including this server, was written by Mirco Bauer.

This manpage was written by Calvin Buckley.

Referenced By

smuxi-frontend-gnome(1), smuxi-frontend-stfl(1), smuxi-message-buffer(1).

February 23 2014