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NAME

       calibre-server - calibre-server

          calibre-server [options] [path to library folder...]

       Start  the  calibre  Content  server.  The  calibre  Content  server  exposes your calibre
       libraries over the internet. You can specify the path to the library folders as  arguments
       to  calibre-server.  If  you  do  not  specify  any paths, all the libraries that the main
       calibre program knows about will be used.

       Sempre que passar argumentos para o calibre-server que contenham  espaços  ponha-os  entre
       aspas. Por exemplo: "/some path/with spaces"

[OPÇÕES]

       --access-log
              Path to the access log file. This log contains information about clients connecting
              to the server and making requests. By default no access logging is done.

       --ajax-timeout
              Time (in seconds) to wait for a response from the server when making queries.

       --auth-mode
              Escolha o tipo de autenticação usado.       Set the HTTP authentication  mode  used
              by  the  server. Set to "basic" if you are putting this server behind an SSL proxy.
              Otherwise, leave it as  "auto",  which  will  use  "basic"  if  SSL  is  configured
              otherwise it will use "digest".

       --auto-reload
              Automatically  reload  server when source code changes. Useful for development. You
              should also specify a small value for the shutdown timeout.

       --ban-after
              Número de erros de autenticação até ser banido.     The number  of  login  failures
              after which an IP address is banned

       --ban-for
              Banir   endereços   IP   que   apresentem   erros   de   autenticação  continuados.
              Temporarily bans access for IP addresses that have repeated login failures for  the
              specified  number  of minutes. Useful to prevent attempts at guessing passwords. If
              set to zero, no banning is done.

       --book-list-mode
              Escolha o modo de listagem padrão de livros.        Set the default book list  mode
              that will be used for new users. Individual users can override the default in their
              own settings. The default is to use a cover grid.

       --compress-min-size
              Minimum size for which responses use data compression (in bytes).

       --custom-list-template
              Path to a JSON file containing a template  for  the  custom  book  list  mode.  The
              easiest  way  to create such a template file is to go to Preferences-> Sharing over
              the net-> Book list template in calibre, create the template and export it.

       --daemonize
              Run process in background as a daemon (Linux only).

       --displayed-fields
              Restrict displayed user-defined fields.     Comma separated  list  of  user-defined
              metadata  fields  that  will  be  displayed  by the Content server in the /opds and
              /mobile views. If you specify this option, any fields not in this list will not  be
              displayed. For example: my_rating,my_tags

       --enable-allow-socket-preallocation, --disable-allow-socket-preallocation
              Socket   pre-allocation,   for   example,   with  systemd  socket  activation.  Por
              predefinição, a opção esta ativada.

       --enable-auth, --disable-auth
              Autenticação por senha  para  aceder  ao  servidor.      Normally,  the  server  is
              unrestricted,  allowing  anyone to access it. You can restrict access to predefined
              users with this option. Por predefinição, a opção esta desativada.

       --enable-fallback-to-detected-interface, --disable-fallback-to-detected-interface
              Voltar ao interface automaticamente detetado.       If for some reason  the  server
              is  unable to bind to the interface specified in the listen_on option, then it will
              try to detect an interface that connects to the outside world and bind to that. Por
              predefinição, a opção esta ativada.

       --enable-local-write, --disable-local-write
              Permitir  que  ligações  locais não autenticadas realizem alterações.  Normally, if
              you do not turn on authentication, the server operates in read-only mode, so as  to
              not  allow  anonymous  users to make changes to your calibre libraries. This option
              allows anybody connecting from the same computer as the server  is  running  on  to
              make  changes.  This is useful if you want to run the server without authentication
              but still use calibredb to make  changes  to  your  calibre  libraries.  Note  that
              turning  on  this option means any program running on the computer can make changes
              to your calibre libraries. Por predefinição, a opção esta desativada.

       --enable-log-not-found, --disable-log-not-found
              Log HTTP 404 (Not Found) requests.  Normally, the server logs all HTTP requests for
              resources  that  are not found. This can generate a lot of log spam, if your server
              is targeted by bots. Use this option to turn it off. Por predefinição, a opção esta
              ativada.

       --enable-use-bonjour, --disable-use-bonjour
              Divulgar  feed  de  OPDS  através  do  BonJour.    Advertise the OPDS feeds via the
              BonJour service, so that OPDS based reading apps can  detect  and  connect  to  the
              server automatically. Por predefinição, a opção esta ativada.

       --enable-use-sendfile, --disable-use-sendfile
              Zero copy file transfers for increased performance.         This will use zero-copy
              in-kernel transfers when sending files over the  network,  increasing  performance.
              However,  it  can cause corrupted file transfers on some broken filesystems. If you
              experience corrupted file transfers, turn it off. Por predefinição,  a  opção  esta
              ativada.

       --help, -h
              mostrar esta mensagem de ajuda e sair

       --ignored-fields
              Ignored  user-defined  metadata  fields.       Comma separated list of user-defined
              metadata fields that will not be displayed by the Content server in the  /opds  and
              /mobile views. For example: my_rating,my_tags

       --listen-on
              The interface on which to listen for connections.   The default is to listen on all
              available interfaces. You can change this to,  for  example,  "127.0.0.1"  to  only
              listen for connections from the local machine, or to "::" to listen to all incoming
              IPv6 and IPv4 connections.

       --log  Path to log file for server log. This log contains server information  and  errors,
              not access logs. By default it is written to stdout.

       --manage-users
              Manage  the  database  of  users  allowed  to  connect to this server. See also the
              --userdb option.

       --max-header-line-size
              Max. size of single HTTP header (in KB).

       --max-job-time
              Maximum time for worker processes.  Maximum amount of  time  worker  processes  are
              allowed to run (in minutes). Set to zero for no limit.

       --max-jobs
              Maximum number of worker processes.         Worker processes are launched as needed
              and used for large jobs such  as  preparing  a  book  for  viewing,  adding  books,
              converting, etc. Normally, the max. number of such processes is based on the number
              of CPU cores. You can control it by this setting.

       --max-log-size
              Tamanho máx. do ficheiro  log.  (em  MB).       The  maximum  size  of  log  files,
              generated  by  the  server.  When  the  log  becomes  larger  than this size, it is
              automatically rotated. Set to zero to disable log rotation.

       --max-opds-items
              Número máximo de livros no feed de OPDS.    Número máximo de livros que o  servidor
              devolve por cada feed de aquisição de OPDS.

       --max-opds-ungrouped-items
              Número  máximo  de  itens  desagrupados  nos  feeds  de  OPDS.       Group items in
              categories such as author/tags by first letter when there are more than this number
              of items. Set to zero to disable.

       --max-request-body-size
              Max. allowed size for files uploaded to the server (in MB).

       --num-per-page
              Número  de  livros  a mostrar numa só pagina.  O número de livros a mostrar numa só
              pagina no navegador.

       --pidfile
              Escreva o processo com o PID para o ficheiro especificado

       --port The port on which to listen for connections.

       --search-the-net-urls
              Path to a JSON file containing URLs for the  "Search  the  internet"  feature.  The
              easiest  way  to  create  such  a  file  is to go to Preferences-> Sharing over the
              net->Search the internet in calibre, create the URLs and export them.

       --shutdown-timeout
              Total time in seconds to wait for clean shutdown.

       --ssl-certfile
              Path to the SSL certificate file.

       --ssl-keyfile
              Path to the SSL private key file.

       --timeout
              Time (in seconds) after which an idle connection is closed.

       --url-prefix
              Um prefixo a anteceder todos os URL.        Useful if you wish to run  this  server
              behind a reverse proxy. For example use, /calibre as the URL prefix.

       --userdb
              Path to the user database to use for authentication. The database is a SQLite file.
              To create it use --manage-users.  You  can  read  more  about  managing  users  at:
              https://manual.calibre-ebook.com/server.html#managing-user-accounts-from-the-command-line-only

       --version
              mostrar o número da versão do programa e sair

       --worker-count
              Number of worker threads used to process requests.

AUTHOR

       Kovid Goyal

COPYRIGHT

       Kovid Goyal