Provided by: s3ql_3.0+dfsg-1_amd64
s3qlctrl - Control a mounted S3QL file system
s3qlctrl [options] <action> <mountpoint> ... where action may be either of flushcache, upload-meta, cachesize or log-metadata.
S3QL is a file system for online data storage. Before using S3QL, make sure to consult the full documentation (rather than just the man pages which only briefly document the available userspace commands). The s3qlctrl command performs various actions on the S3QL file system mounted in mountpoint. s3qlctrl can only be called by the user that mounted the file system and (if the file system was mounted with --allow-other or --allow-root) the root user. The following actions may be specified: flushcache Flush file system cache, i.e. upload all changed file data to the backend. The command blocks until the cache has been flushed. dropcache Flush, and then drop file system cache. The command blocks until the cache has been flushed and dropped. upload-meta Upload metadata to the backend. All file system operations will block while a snapshot of the metadata is prepared for upload. cachesize Changes the cache size of the file system. This action requires an additional argument that specifies the new cache size in KiB, so the complete command line is: s3qlctrl [options] cachesize <mountpoint> <new-cache-size> log Change the amount of information that is logged into ~/.s3ql/mount.log file. The complete syntax is: s3qlctrl [options] log <mountpoint> <level> [<module> [<module> ...]] here level is the desired new log level and may be either of debug, info or warn. One or more module may only be specified with the debug level and allow to restrict the debug output to just the listed modules.
The s3qlctrl command also accepts the following options, no matter what specific action is being invoked: --debug-modules <modules> Activate debugging output from specified modules (use commas to separate multiple modules). Debug messages will be written to the target specified by the --log option. --debug Activate debugging output from all S3QL modules. Debug messages will be written to the target specified by the --log option. --quiet be really quiet --version just print program version and exit Hint: run s3qlctrl <action> --help to get help on the additional arguments that the different actions take.
s3qlctrl may terminate with the following exit codes: 0 Everything went well. 1 An unexpected error occured. This may indicate a bug in the program. 2 Invalid command line argument or configuration file key.
The S3QL homepage is at https://github.com/s3ql/s3ql/. The full S3QL documentation should also be installed somewhere on your system, common locations are /usr/share/doc/s3ql or /usr/local/doc/s3ql.
© 2008 Nikolaus Rath <Nikolaus@rath.org>