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carbon-c-relay - carbon-compatible graphite line mode relay

CARBON-C-RELAY(1) User Commands CARBON-C-RELAY(1)

NAME

carbon-c-relay - carbon-compatible graphite line mode relay

SYNOPSIS

carbon-c-relay -f <config> [opts]

OPTIONS

-v
print version and exit
-f
read <config> for clusters and routes
-p
listen on <port> for connections, defaults to 2003
-l
write output to <file>, defaults to stdout/stderr
-w
use <workers> worker threads, defaults to the number of cpu cores
-b
server send batch size, defaults to 2500
-q
server queue size, defaults to 25000
-L
server max stalls, defaults to 4
-S
statistics sending interval in seconds, defaults to 60
-B
connection listen backlog, defaults to 32
-U
socket receive buffer size, max/min/default values depend on OS
-T
IO timeout in milliseconds for server connections, defaults to 600
-m
send statistics like carbon-cache.py, e.g. not cumulative
-c
characters to allow next to [A-Za-z0-9], defaults to -_:#
-d
debug mode: currently writes statistics to log, prints hash ring contents and matching position in test mode ( -t)
-s
submission mode: don't add any metrics to the stream like statistics, report drop counts and queue pressure to log
-t
config test mode: prints rule matches from input on stdin
-H
hostname: override hostname (used in statistics)
-D
daemonise: run in a background
-P
pidfile: write a pid to a specified pidfile
-O
minimum number of rules before optimising the ruleset, default: 50
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