17.3. taler-auditor-httpd(1)

17.3.1. Name

taler-auditor-httpd - HTTP server providing a RESTful API to access a Taler auditor

17.3.2. Synopsis

taler-auditor-httpd [-C | ––connection-close] [-c FILENAME | ––config=FILENAME] [-h | ––help] [-L LOGLEVEL | ––loglevel=LOGLEVEL] [-l FILENAME | ––logfile=FILENAME] [-t SECONDS | ––timeoutSECONDS] [-v | ––version]

17.3.3. Description

taler-auditor-httpd is a command-line tool to run the Taler auditor (HTTP backend). The required configuration and database must exist before running this command.

17.3.4. Options

-C | ––connection-close
Force each HTTP connection to be closed after each request (useful in combination with -f to avoid having to wait for nc to time out).
-c FILENAME | ––config=FILENAME
Use the configuration and other resources for the auditor to operate from FILENAME.
-h | ––help
Print short help on options.
-L LOGLEVEL | ––loglevel=LOGLEVEL
Specifies the log level to use. Accepted values are: DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR.
-l FILENAME | ––logfile=FILENAME
Send logging output to FILENAME.
-t SECONDS | ––timeout=SECONDS
Specifies the number of SECONDS after which the HTTPD should close (idle) HTTP connections.
-v | ––version
Print version information.

17.3.5. Signals

SIGTERM
Sending a SIGTERM to the process will cause it to shutdown cleanly.

17.3.6. See Also

taler-auditor-dbinit(1), taler-auditor(1), taler.conf(5).

17.3.7. Bugs

Report bugs by using Mantis https://bugs.taler.net/ or by sending electronic mail to <taler@gnu.org>