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       fedmsg-relay - Manpages for the fedmsg suite


       usage: debian/tmp/usr/bin/fedmsg-relay [-h] [--io-threads IO_THREADS]

              [--topic-prefix       TOPIC_PREFIX]       [--post-init-sleep       POST_INIT_SLEEP]
              [--config-filename   CONFIG_FILENAME]    [--print-config]    [--timeout    TIMEOUT]
              [--high-water-mark HIGH_WATER_MARK] [--linger ZMQ_LINGER] [--daemon]

       Relay connections from active loggers to the bus.

              ``fedmsg-relay`` is a service which binds to two ports, listens for messages on one
              and emits them on the  other.   ``fedmsg-logger``  requires  that  an  instance  of
              ``fedmsg-relay``  be running *somewhere* and that it's inbound address be listed in
              the config as one of the entries in :term:`relay_inbound`.

              ``fedmsg-relay`` becomes a  necessity  for  integration  points  that  cannot  bind
              consistently to and serve from a port.  See :doc:`topology` for the mile-high view.
              More specifically, ``fedmsg-relay`` is a SUB.bind()->PUB.bind() relay.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       --io-threads IO_THREADS
              Number of io threads for 0mq to use

       --topic-prefix TOPIC_PREFIX
              Prefix for the topic of each message sent.

       --post-init-sleep POST_INIT_SLEEP
              Number of seconds to sleep after initializing.

       --config-filename CONFIG_FILENAME
              Config file to use.

              Simply print out the configuration and exit. No action taken.

       --timeout TIMEOUT
              Timeout in seconds for any blocking zmq operations.

       --high-water-mark HIGH_WATER_MARK
              Limit on the number of messages in the queue before blocking.

       --linger ZMQ_LINGER
              Number of milliseconds to wait before timing out connections.

              Run in the background as a daemon.


       The full documentation for fedmsg-relay is maintained as a Texinfo manual.   If  the  info
       and fedmsg-relay programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info fedmsg-relay

       should give you access to the complete manual.