arangovpack Options

The startup options of the arangovpack executable

Usage: arangovpack [<options>]

General

--check-configuration

Type: boolean

Check the configuration and exit.

This is a command, no value needs to be specified. The process terminates after executing the command.


--config

Type: string

The configuration file or “none”.

Default: none


--configuration

Type: string

The configuration file or “none”.

Default: none


--define

Type: string…

Define a value for a @key@ entry in the configuration file using the syntax "key=value".


--dump-dependencies

Type: boolean

Dump the dependency graph of the feature phases (internal) and exit.

This is a command, no value needs to be specified. The process terminates after executing the command.


--dump-options

Type: boolean

Dump all available startup options in JSON format and exit.

This is a command, no value needs to be specified. The process terminates after executing the command.


--fail-on-non-json

Introduced in: v3.8.0

Type: boolean

Raise an error when trying to emit non-JSON types to JSON output.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true


--input-file

Type: string

The input file (leave empty or use “-” for stdin).


--input-type

Introduced in: v3.8.0

Type: string

The input format.

Default: vpack

Possible values: “json”, “json-hex”, “vpack”, “vpack-hex”


--log

Deprecated in: v3.5.0

Type: string…

Set the topic-specific log level, using --log level for the general topic or --log topic=level for the specified topic (can be specified multiple times). Available log levels: fatal, error, warning, info, debug, trace.

Default: info


--output-file

Type: string

The output file (leave empty or use “+” for stdout).


--output-type

Introduced in: v3.8.0

Type: string

The output format.

Default: json-pretty

Possible values: “json”, “json-pretty”, “vpack”, “vpack-hex”


--use-splice-syscall

Introduced in: v3.9.4

Type: boolean

Use the splice() syscall for file copying (may not be supported on all filesystems).

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true

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--version

Type: boolean

Print the version and other related information, then exit.

This is a command, no value needs to be specified. The process terminates after executing the command.


--version-json

Introduced in: v3.9.0

Type: boolean

Print the version and other related information in JSON format, then exit.

This is a command, no value needs to be specified. The process terminates after executing the command.


log

--log.color

Type: boolean

Use colors for TTY logging.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: dynamic (e.g. true)


--log.escape-control-chars

Introduced in: v3.9.0

Type: boolean

Escape control characters in log messages.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true

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--log.escape-unicode-chars

Introduced in: v3.9.0

Type: boolean

Escape Unicode characters in log messages.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

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--log.file

Type: string

shortcut for ‘--log.output file://


--log.file-group

Type: string

group to use for new log file, user must be a member of this group


--log.file-mode

Type: string

mode to use for new log file, umask will be applied as well


--log.force-direct

Type: boolean

Do not start a separate thread for logging.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

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--log.foreground-tty

Type: boolean

Also log to TTY if backgrounded.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.


--log.hostname

Introduced in: v3.8.0

Type: string

The hostname to use in log message. Leave empty for none, use “auto” to automatically determine a hostname.

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--log.ids

Type: boolean

Log unique message IDs.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true

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--log.level

Type: string…

Set the topic-specific log level, using --log.level level for the general topic or --log.level topic=level for the specified topic (can be specified multiple times). Available log levels: fatal, error, warning, info, debug, trace. Available log topics: all, agency, agencycomm, agencystore, aql, audit-authentication, audit-authorization, audit-collection, audit-database, audit-document, audit-hotbackup, audit-service, audit-view, authentication, authorization, backup, bench, cache, cluster, communication, config, crash, deprecation, development, dump, engines, flush, general, graphs, heartbeat, httpclient, license, maintenance, memory, mmap, queries, rep-state, rep-wal, replication, replication2, requests, restore, rocksdb, security, ssl, startup, statistics, supervision, syscall, threads, trx, ttl, v8, validation, views.

Default: info

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--log.line-number

Type: boolean

Include the function name, file name, and line number of the source code that issues the log message. Format: [func@FileName.cpp:123]

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.


--log.max-entry-length

Type: uint32

The maximum length of a log entry (in bytes).

Default: 134217728

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--log.max-queued-entries

Introduced in: v3.10.12, v3.11.5, v3.12.0

Type: uint32

Upper limit of log entries that are queued in a background thread.

Default: 16384

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--log.output

Type: string…

Log destination(s), e.g. file:///path/to/file (any occurrence of $PID is replaced with the process ID).

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--log.performance

Deprecated in: v3.5.0

Type: boolean

Shortcut for --log.level performance=trace.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.


--log.prefix

Type: string

Prefix log message with this string.

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--log.process

Introduced in: v3.8.0

Type: boolean

Show the process identifier (PID) in log messages.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true


--log.request-parameters

Type: boolean

include full URLs and HTTP request parameters in trace logs

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true


--log.role

Type: boolean

Log the server role.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

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--log.shorten-filenames

Type: boolean

shorten filenames in log output (use with --log.line-number)

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true


--log.structured-param

Introduced in: v3.10.0

Type: string…

Toggle the usage of the log category parameter in structured log messages.

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--log.thread

Type: boolean

Show the thread identifier in log messages.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

Default: true


--log.thread-name

Type: boolean

Show thread name in log messages.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.


--log.time-format

Type: string

The time format to use in logs.

Default: utc-datestring-micros

Possible values: “local-datestring”, “timestamp”, “timestamp-micros”, “timestamp-millis”, “uptime”, “uptime-micros”, “uptime-millis”, “utc-datestring”, “utc-datestring-micros”, “utc-datestring-millis”

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--log.use-json-format

Introduced in: v3.8.0

Type: boolean

Use JSON as output format for logging.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

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--log.use-local-time

Deprecated in: v3.5.0

Type: boolean

Use the local timezone instead of UTC.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

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--log.use-microtime

Deprecated in: v3.5.0

Type: boolean

Use Unix timestamps in seconds with microsecond precision.

This option can be specified without a value to enable it.

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--random.generator

Type: uint32

The random number generator to use (1 = MERSENNE, 2 = RANDOM, 3 = URANDOM, 4 = COMBINED). The options 2, 3, and 4 are deprecated and will be removed in a future version.

Default: 1

Possible values: 1, 2, 3, 4

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