16.32. taler-fakebank-run(1)

16.32.1. Name

taler-fakebank-run - run Taler “in memory” bank (with RESTful API)

16.32.2. Synopsis

taler-fakebank-run [-c FILENAME | –config=FILENAME] [-h | –help] [-L LOGLEVEL | –loglevel=LOGLEVEL] [-l FILENAME | –logfile=FILENAME] [-n N | –num-threads=N] [-s AMOUNT | –signup-bonus=AMOUNT] [-v | –version]

16.32.3. Description

taler-fakebank-run is a command-line tool to run a Taler “bank” API (HTTP REST service). The program is useful to provide the bank functionality for benchmarking or testing when LibEuFin is unavailable or otherwise unsuitable.

It should be noted that the fakebank will keep a configured number of transactions in memory. If the number of transactions exceeds the configured memory limit, the fakebank will simply discard and overwrite the old entries. At that point, any requests involving such overwritten transactions will fail. Users of the fakebank are responsible for ensuring that the transaction history kept in memory is long enough for the purpose the bank is used for. The default limit is 128k entries.

Its options are as follows:

-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 merchant 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.
-n N | –num-threads=N
Use N threads in the thread pool.
-s AMOUNT | –signup-bonus=AMOUNT
Credit newly registered accounts with a balance of AMOUNT. Unlike other banks, this initial balance will be created out of thin air and not via a wire transfer from some bank-internal account.
-v | –version
Print version information.

16.32.4. See Also

taler-exchange-httpd(1), taler.conf(5).

16.32.5. Bugs

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