14.14. sync-dbconfig(1)

14.14.1. Name

sync-dbconfig - configure sync database

14.14.2. Synopsis

sync-dbconfig [-c FILENAME] [-h] [-n NAME] [-r] [-s] [-u USER]

14.14.3. Description

sync-dbconfig is a simple shell script that configures a Postgresql database for use by sync-httpd.

Its options are as follows:

-c FILENAME

Write the database configuration to FILENAME. The tool will append the required CONFIG option for the Postgresql access to the respective file.

-h

Print short help on options.

-n DBNAME

Use DBNAME for the name of the created database.

-r

Reset any existing database. Looses all existing data. DANGEROUS.

-s

Skip database initialization. Useful if you want to run sync-dbinit manually.

-u USER

Specifies the (main) sync user that will access the database.

14.14.4. See Also

sync-dbinit(1), sync.conf(5).

14.14.5. Bugs

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