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       glance-manage - Glance Management Utility



       Date   2014-01-16

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       Manual section

       Manual group
              cloud computing

          glance-manage [options]

       glance-manage  is  a  utility  for  managing  and  configuring a Glance installation.  One
       important use of glance-manage is to setup the database. To do this run:

          glance-manage db_sync

       Note: glance-manage commands can be run either like this:

          glance-manage db sync

       or with the db commands concatenated, like this:

          glance-manage db_sync

          db     This is the prefix for the commands below when used with a space rather  than  a
                 _. For example "db version".

                 This will print the current migration level of a glance database.

          db_upgrade <VERSION>
                 This will take an existing database and upgrade it to the specified VERSION.

          db_downgrade <VERSION>
                 This will take an existing database and downgrade it to the specified VERSION.

                 Place the database untder migration control.

          db_sync <VERSION> <CURRENT_VERSION>
                 Place  a  database  under  migration  control  and upgrade, creating it first if

          General Options

              -h, --help
                     Show the help message and exit

                     Print the version number and exit

              -v, --verbose
                     Print more verbose output

                     Disable verbose output

              -d, --debug
                     Print debugging output (set  logging  level  to  DEBUG  instead  of  default
                     WARNING level)

                     Disable debugging output

                     Use syslog for logging

                     Disable the use of syslog for logging

              --syslog-log-facility SYSLOG_LOG_FACILITY
                     syslog facility to receive log lines

              --config-dir DIR
                     Path  to  a  config  directory  to  pull *.conf files from. This file set is
                     sorted, so as to provide a predictable parse order if individual options are
                     over-ridden.  The  set  is  parsed  after the file(s) specified via previous
                     --config-file, arguments hence over-ridden options  in  the  directory  take
                     precedence.  This  means  that  configuration  from  files  in  a  specified
                     config-dir  will  always  take  precedence  over  configuration  from  files
                     specified by --config-file, regardless to argument order.

              --config-file PATH
                     Path  to  a  config  file  to use. Multiple config files can be specified by
                     using  this  flag  multiple  times,  for  example,   --config-file   <file1>
                     --config-file <file2>. Values in latter files take precedence.

              --log-config-append PATH --log-config PATH
                 The  name  of  logging configuration file. It does not disable existing loggers,
                 but just appends specified logging configuration to any other  existing  logging
                 options.  Please  see  the  Python  logging  module documentation for details on
                 logging configuration files. The log-config name for this option is depcrecated.

              --log-format FORMAT
                     A logging.Formatter log message format string  which  may  use  any  of  the
                     available logging.LogRecord attributes. Default: None

              --log-date-format DATE_FORMAT
                     Format string for %(asctime)s in log records. Default: None

              --log-file PATH, --logfile PATH
                     (Optional)  Name  of  log  file to output to. If not set, logging will go to

              --log-dir LOG_DIR, --logdir LOG_DIR
                     (Optional) The directory  to  keep  log  files  in  (will  be  prepended  to

                 A proper SQLAlchemy connection string as described here

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