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cdvserver - server for the codeville distributed revision system.

CDVSERVER(1) General Commands Manual CDVSERVER(1)

NAME

cdvserver - server for the codeville distributed revision system.

SYNOPSIS

cdvserver [-c file | -n] [-f file] [-l file] [-p file] [-b] [-d] [-r] [-u user]

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the cdvserver command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.
cdvserver is a server for the codeville distributed revision system. A server keeps track of revisions and holds a database used for revision control. The codeville system needs both a server and a client. cdv is the only known codeville client.

OPTIONS

-c <configfile> Specify file to use as a configuration file.
-n
Don't use a configuration file.
-f <datadir>
Specify where all the database files and password file go.
-l <logfile>
Specify where the server output goes when daemonized.
-p <pidfile>
Specify a file to hold the process ID of the server in.
-b
Start server in backup mode.
-d
Don't daemonize, won't write pidfile or logfile.
-u <user>
Run as the given user, must be root to do this.
-r
Rebuild internal data structures on startup.

SEE ALSO

cdv(1), cdvpasswd(1), http://www.codeville.org

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Michael Janssen <jamuraa@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
Dec 1 2005 Debian Sid