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tahoe - Secure distributed filesystem.
tahoe COMMAND [OPTION]... [PARAMETER]...
-q, --quiet Operate silently. -V, --version Display version numbers. --version-and-path Display version numbers and paths to their locations. -d, --node-directory Specify which Tahoe node directory should be used. (default for most commands: `$HOME/.tahoe')
The tahoe runner can be used for various tasks depending on the command used. ADMINISTRATION tahoe COMMAND [OPTION]... [NODEDIR] COMMANDS create-node Create a node that acts as a client, server or both. create-client Create a client node (with storage initially disabled). create-introducer Create an introducer node. create-key-generator Create a key generator service. create-stats-gatherer Create a stats-gatherer service. OPTIONS -C, --basedir= Same as —node-directory. -d, --node-directory= Specify which Tahoe node directory should be used. (default for create-node and create-client: `$HOME/.tahoe/'). -n, --nickname= Specify the nickname for this node (create-node and create-client only). -i, --introducer= Specify the introducer FURL to use (create-node and create-client only). -p, --webport= Specify which TCP port to run the HTTP interface on. Use `none' to disable. Default: `tcp:3456:interface=127.0.0.1' (create-node and create-client only). --no-storage Do not offer storage service to other nodes (create-node only). CONTROLLING NODES tahoe COMMAND [OPTION]... [NODEDIR] COMMANDS start Start a node (of any type). stop Stop a node. restart Restart a node. run Run a node synchronously. OPTIONS -p, --profile Run under the Python profiler, putting results in `profiling_results.prof' (use with start or restart only). --syslog Tell the node to log to syslog, not a file (use with start or restart only). -C, --basedir= Same as —node-directory. -d, --node-directory= Specify which Tahoe node directory should be used (default for commands other than run: `$HOME/.tahoe/'). --help Display help and exit USING THE FILESYSTEM mkdir Create a new directory. add-alias Add a new alias cap. create-alias Create a new alias cap. list-aliases List all alias caps. ls List a directory. get Retrieve a file from the grid. put Upload a file into the grid. cp Copy one or more files or directories. unlink Unlink a file or directory on the grid. rm Unlink a file or directory on the grid (same as unlink). mv Move a file within the grid. ln Make an additional link to an existing file or directory. backup Make target dir look like local dir. webopen Open a web browser to a grid file or directory. manifest List all files/directories in a subtree. stats Print statistics about all files/directories in a subtree. check Check a single file or directory. deep-check Check all files/directories reachable from a starting point OPTIONS Please run `tahoe COMMAND --help' for more details on each command. DEBUGGING tahoe debug SUBCOMMAND [OPTION]... [PARAMETER]... SUBCOMMANDS dump-share Unpack and display the contents of a share. dump-cap Unpack a read-cap or write-cap. find-shares Locate sharefiles in node directories. catalog-shares Describe all shares in node dirs. corrupt-share Corrupt a share by flipping a bit. repl Open a Python interpreter. trial Run tests using Twisted Trial with the right imports. Please run e.g. `tahoe debug dump-share --help' for more details on each subcommand.
Tahoe-LAFS has been written by Brian Warner, Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn and dozens of others. This manpage was originally written by bertagaz.
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