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     calendarserver_monitor_notifications — Calendar Server push notification


     calendarserver_monitor_notifications [--admin username] [--config file]
                                          [--host hostname]
                                          [--node pubsub-node-name]
                                          [--port port-number] [--ssl]
                                          [--verbose] [--help] username


     calendarserver_monitor_notifications is a tool for making sure XMPP push
     notifications are working properly.  Given a username and password it
     will connect to the calendar server and determine which pubsub node(s)
     correspond to that user's calendar home, as well as those of any user
     which has delegated calendar access.  Next it will subscribe to those
     nodes and await notifications, printing them to stdout.  An administrator
     can monitor the push notifications for another user by passing the
     --admin option.  Exit by hitting Control-C.


     -a, --admin
           Authenticate using the credentials of the given administrator.

     -h, --help
           Display usage information.

     -f, --config FILE
           Use the Calendar Server configuration specified in the given file.
           Defaults to /etc/caldavd/caldavd.plist.

     -H, --host HOSTNAME
           Connect to the specified calendar server.  If not passed on the
           command line, the host name is looked up in the configuration file.

     -n, --node NODENAME
           Bypass the auto-discovery of pubsub nodes and specify one
           explicitly.  Useful on calendar servers which don't support the
           push-transports DAV property.  When using this option, the host and
           port options instead refer to the XMPP server host and port

     -p, --port NUMBER
           Connect to the specified port number.  If not passed on the command
           line, the port number is looked up in the configuration file.

     -s, --ssl
           Use https to connect to calendar server (default is http).

     -v, --verbose
           Print debugging information.


           The Calendar Server configuration file.