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NAME

       icinga2 - The Icinga 2 network monitoring daemon

SYNOPSIS

       icinga2 command [ command options ][ global options ]

       command  :=  [ api | console | daemon | feature | node | object | pki |
       repository | troubleshoot | variable ] --help

DESCRIPTION

       Icinga  2  is  an  open  source  monitoring  system  which  checks  the
       availability  of your network resources, notifies users of outages, and
       generates performance data for reporting.

       Scalable  and  extensible,  Icinga  2  can   monitor   large,   complex
       environments across multiple locations.

OPTIONS

       Details  for  specific  command  options  can be viewed by invoking the
       command name with --help parameter.

   Global options
       -h,--help
              Show this help message.

       -V,--version
              Show version information.

       --color
              Use VT100 color codes even when stdout is not a terminal.

       -D, --define arg
              Define a constant.

       -l, --library arg
              Load a library.

       -I, --include arg
              Add include search directory.

       -x, --log-level [ debug | notice | information | warning | critical ]
              Specify  the  log  level  for  the  console  log,   default   is
              information.

       -X, --script-debugger
              Enables  the  script  debugger.  When an exception occurs or the
              'debugger' keyword is encountered in  a  user  script  Icinga  2
              launches  the  script debugger that allows the user to debug the
              script.

   daemon options
       The CLI command daemon provides the functionality to start/stop  Icinga
       2.  Furthermore it provides the configuration validation.

       -c, --config arg
              Using  this  option  you  can  specify one or more configuration
              files.  Config  files  are  processed  in  the  order  they  are
              specified on the command-line.

              When  no  configuration file is specified and the --no-config is
              not used,  Icinga  2  automatically  falls  back  to  using  the
              configuration  file  SysconfDir  +  /icinga2/icinga2.conf (where
              SysconfDir is usually /etc).

       -z, --noconfig
              Start without a configuration file.

       -C, --validate
              This option can be used to check  if  your  configuration  files
              contain  errors.   If any errors are found the exit status is 1,
              otherwise 0 is returned.

       -e, --errorlog arg
              Log fatal errors to  the  specified  log  file  (only  works  in
              combination with --daemonize).

       -d, --daemonize
              Detach from the controlling terminal.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs at <https://dev.icinga.org/>
       Icinga home page: <https://www.icinga.org/>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  ©  2012-2014 Icinga Development Team (http://www.icinga.org)
       License     GPLv2+:     GNU     GPL     version     2     or      later
       <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl2.html>
       This  is  free  software:  you  are free to change and redistribute it.
       There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

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