cld man page

cld — reliable file storage service for small files

Synopsis

cld [options]

cld -?|--help

Description

cld provides one instance of a reliable, networked file storage service for small files.  Used as a base layer of a cloud computing system.

Options

-? --help

Shows a short help message.

-d --data

Store database environment in specified directory.

-D --debug

Set debug verbosity level.  0 == none, 2 == max verbosity.

-E --stderr

Switch logging from syslog to standard error (stderr) output.

-F --foreground

Run daemon in foreground, do not fork.  Commonly used for debugging purposes.

-p --port

Bind to specified UDP port.

--port-file

Write automatically-discovered UDP listen port to specified file.

-P --pid

Write daemon process id to specified file.

--strict-free

Carefully free allocated object, rather than letting the operating system clean up after a process exists.  This enables improved tracking by valgrind and similar debugging systems.

-V --version

Print program version, and exit.

Availability

cld is available over the Web at http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/network/distsrv/hail/

Info

July 2010 Project Hail