Provided by: uhub_0.3.2-1_amd64
uhub - a high performance ADC peer-to-peer hub
uHub is a high performance peer-to-peer hub for the ADC network. Its low memory footprint allows it to handle several thousand users on high-end servers, or a small private hub on embedded hardware.
-v Verbose mode, add more -v's for higher verbosity. -q Quiet mode, if quiet mode is enabled no output or logs are made. -f Fork uhub to background in order to run it as a daemon. -l logfile Log messages to the given logfile (default: stderr) -L Log messages to syslog. -c config Specify configuration file (default: /etc/uhub/uhub.conf) -C Check configuration files and return. Will print either -s Show all configuration parameters. In a format that is compatible with the configuration files. -S Show all non-default configuration parameters. -h Show the help message. -u user Drop privileges and run as the given user. -g group Drop privileges and run with the given group permissions. -V Show the version number
To run uhub as a daemon, and log to a file: uhub -f -l /var/log/uhub/uhub.log
This program was written by Jan Vidar Krey <email@example.com>
If you find a bug in uhub please report it to http://bugs.extatic.org/ March 2009 UHUB(1)