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NAME

       zorpctl - start and stop zorp instances

SYNOPSIS

       zorpctl command [instance ...]

DESCRIPTION

       zorpctl starts and stops zorp(8) instances based on the contents of the
       instances.conf(5) file.

       You can pass more than one instance names on the command line to  start
       or stop several instances.

       If  an  error  occurs  while  stopping  or  starting  an  instance,  an
       exclamation mark is appended to the instance name as zorpctl  processes
       requests, and a summary is printed when the program exits.

COMMANDS

       start  Starts the specified Zorp instance(s)

       force-start
              Starts the specified Zorp instance(s) even if they are disabled

       stop   Stops the specified Zorp instance(s)

       force-stop
              Forces  the  specified  Zorp  instance(s) to stop using the KILL
              signal.

       restart
              Restart the specified Zorp instance(s)

       force-restart
              Forces the specified Zorp instance(s)  to  restart  by  stopping
              them using the KILL signal.

       reload Reload the specified Zorp instance(s)

       status Status of the specified Zorp instance(s)

       gui-status
              Status of the specified Zorp instance(s)

       version
              Display Zorp version information

       inclog Raise the specified Zorp instance(s) log level by one

       declog Lower the specified Zorp instance(s) log level by one

       log    Change  various  log  related  settings  in  the  specified Zorp
              instance(s). This command  have  further  arguments,  check  the
              --help (or -h) parameter to see their meaning.

       szig   Display  internal  information  from the given Zorp instance(s).
              This command have further arguments, check the  --help  (or  -h)
              parameter to see their meaning.

       help   Display this screen

EXAMPLES

       zorpctl start zorp_ftp

       The command above starts a zorp instance named zorp-ftp with parameters
       described in the instances.conf file.

FILES

       The default location for instances.conf is /etc/zorp/instances.conf.

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Bal√°zs Scheidler <bazsi@balabit.hu>.

                               November 5, 2000                        ZORP(8)