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NAME

       tahoe - Secure distributed filesystem.

SYNOPSIS

       tahoe COMMAND [OPTION]... [PARAMETER]...

GENERAL OPTIONS

       -q, --quiet
              Operate silently.

       -V, --version
              Display version numbers.

       --version-and-path
              Display version numbers and paths to their locations.

       -d, --node-directory
              Specify  which  Tahoe  node  directory should be used.  (default for most commands:
              `$HOME/.tahoe')

COMMANDS

       The tahoe runner can be used for various tasks depending on the command used.

   ADMINISTRATION
       tahoe COMMAND [OPTION]... [NODEDIR]

   COMMANDS
       create-node
              Create a node that acts as a client, server or both.

       create-client
              Create a client node (with storage initially disabled).

       create-introducer
              Create an introducer node.

       create-stats-gatherer
              Create a stats-gatherer service.

   OPTIONS
       -C, --basedir=
              Same as —node-directory.

       -d, --node-directory=
              Specify which Tahoe node directory should be used.  (default  for  create-node  and
              create-client: `$HOME/.tahoe/').

       -n, --nickname=
              Specify the nickname for this node (create-node and create-client only).

       -i, --introducer=
              Specify the introducer FURL to use (create-node and create-client only).

       -p, --webport=
              Specify  which  TCP  port  to  run  the  HTTP interface on.  Use `none' to disable.
              Default: `tcp:3456:interface=127.0.0.1' (create-node and create-client only).

       --no-storage
              Do not offer storage service to other nodes (create-node only).

   CONTROLLING NODES
       tahoe COMMAND [OPTION]... [NODEDIR]

   COMMANDS
       start  Start a node (of any type).

       stop   Stop a node.

       restart
              Restart a node.

       run    Run a node synchronously.

   OPTIONS
       -p, --profile
              Run under the Python profiler, putting  results  in  `profiling_results.prof'  (use
              with start or restart only).

       --syslog
              Tell the node to log to syslog, not a file (use with start or restart only).

       -C, --basedir=
              Same as —node-directory.

       -d, --node-directory=
              Specify  which Tahoe node directory should be used (default for commands other than
              run: `$HOME/.tahoe/').

       --help Display help and exit

   USING THE FILESYSTEM
       mkdir  Create a new directory.

       add-alias
              Add a new alias cap.

       create-alias
              Create a new alias cap.

       list-aliases
              List all alias caps.

       ls     List a directory.

       get    Retrieve a file from the grid.

       put    Upload a file into the grid.

       cp     Copy one or more files or directories.

       unlink Unlink a file or directory on the grid.

       rm     Unlink a file or directory on the grid (same as unlink).

       mv     Move a file within the grid.

       ln     Make an additional link to an existing file or directory.

       backup Make target dir look like local dir.

       webopen
              Open a web browser to a grid file or directory.

       manifest
              List all files/directories in a subtree.

       stats  Print statistics about all files/directories in a subtree.

       check  Check a single file or directory.

       deep-check
              Check all files/directories reachable from a starting point

   OPTIONS
       Please run `tahoe COMMAND --help' for more details on each command.

   DEBUGGING
       tahoe debug SUBCOMMAND [OPTION]... [PARAMETER]...

   SUBCOMMANDS
       dump-share
              Unpack and display the contents of a share.

       dump-cap
              Unpack a read-cap or write-cap.

       find-shares
              Locate sharefiles in node directories.

       catalog-shares
              Describe all shares in node dirs.

       corrupt-share
              Corrupt a share by flipping a bit.

       Please run e.g. `tahoe debug dump-share --help' for more details on each subcommand.

AUTHORS

       Tahoe-LAFS has been written by Brian Warner, Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn and  dozens  of  others.
       This manpage was originally written by bertagaz.

REPORTING BUGS

       Please see <https://tahoe-lafs.org/trac/tahoe-lafs/wiki/HowToReportABug>.

       For      known      security      issues      see      <https://tahoe-lafs.org/trac/tahoe-
       lafs/browser/docs/known_issues.rst>.

       Tahoe-LAFS home page: <https://tahoe-lafs.org/>

       tahoe-dev mailing list: <https://tahoe-lafs.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/tahoe-dev>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright @ 2006–2013 The Tahoe-LAFS Software Foundation