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NAME

       bitz-server - An ICAP server

SYNOPSIS

       bitz-server [--version] [--help] [--usage] [--debug] [--config=<config file>]

DESCRIPTION

       bitz-server  is an ICAP server implementation in C++. Starting from scratch, the server is
       developed with a modular architecture in mind.  The server  core  (written  in  C++)  will
       handle  the  client requests, manage workers (child processes) etc. and will provide basic
       handlers to serve ICAP requests but won't do any actual content adaptation.

       To extend this core functionality and  do  some  actual  content  adaptation  a  pluggable
       modules  architecture is used. These modules will provide features like content filtering,
       anti-virus scanning etc. and to make it easier to write (and  faster  to  implement)  such
       modules a python interface module is included.

OPTIONS

       --version, -v
              Prints version information

       --help, --usage, -h
              Prints the synopsis

       --debug
              Run  the  server  in  debug mode. This will force the server to run in the terminal
              rather than in the background.

       --config=<config file>
              Set the alternative config file to use instead of the compiled default.

FILES

       /etc/bitz/bitz-server.conf
              Default configuration file. See bitz-server.conf(5) for further details.

BUGS

       Please report all bugs and feature requests at  <https://github.com/uditha-atukorala/bitz-
       server/issues>

AUTHOR

       Uditha Atukorala <ua@nuked.zone>

SEE ALSO

       bitz-server.conf(5)