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       couchdb - Apache CouchDB database server


       couchdb [OPTION]


       The couchdb command runs the Apache CouchDB server.

       Erlang is called with:

              start_memsup   false       start_cpu_sup   false       disk_space_check_interval  1
              disk_almost_full_threshold 1 -sasl errlog_type error +K true +A 4

       Erlang inherits the environment of this command.

       You can override these options using the environment:


       See erl(1) for more information about the environment variables.

       The exit status is 0 for success or 1 for failure.


       -h     display a short help message and exit

       -V     display version information and exit

       -a FILE
              add configuration FILE to chain

       -A DIR add configuration DIR to chain

       -n     reset configuration file chain (including system default)

       -c     print configuration file chain and exit

       -i     use the interactive Erlang shell

       -b     spawn as a background process

       -p FILE
              set the background PID FILE (overrides system default)

       -r SECONDS
              respawn background process after SECONDS (defaults to no respawn)

       -o FILE
              redirect background stdout to FILE (defaults to couchdb.stdout)

       -e FILE
              redirect background stderr to FILE (defaults to couchdb.stderr)

       -s     display the status of the background process

       -k     kill the background process, will respawn if needed

       -d     shutdown the background process


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