SYNOPSISfedmsg-hub [--with-consumers EXPLICIT_HUB_CONSUMERS] [--websocket-server-port MOKSHA.LIVESOCKET.WEBSOCKET.PORT] [--daemon] [<common fedmsg options>]
fedmsg-hub is the all-purpose daemon for consuming messages on the fedmsg bus. This should be run on every host that has services which declare their own consumers.
fedmsg-hub will listen to every endpoint discovered in the fedmsg config and forward messages in-process to the locally-declared consumers. It is a thin wrapper over a moksha-hub(1)
Other commands like fedmsg-irc(1) are just specialized, restricted versions of fedmsg-hub. fedmsg-hub also houses the functions to run a websocket server.
- -h, --help
- Print an help message and exit
- --with-consumers EXPLICIT_HUB_CONSUMERS
- A comma-delimited list of conumers to run.
- --websocket-server-port MOKSHA.LIVESOCKET.WEBSOCKET.PORT
- Port on which to host the websocket server.
Run in the background as a daemon.
COMMON FEDMSG OPTIONS
- --io-threads IO_THREADS
- Number of io threads for 0mq to use
- --topic-prefix TOPIC_PREFIX
- Prefix for the topic of each message sent.
- --post-init-sleep POST_INIT_SLEEP
- Number of seconds to sleep after initializing.
- --config-filename CONFIG_FILENAME
- Config file to use.
- Simply print out the configuration and exit. No action taken.
- --timeout TIMEOUT
- Timeout in seconds for any blocking zmq operations.
- --high-water-mark HIGH_WATER_MARK
- Limit on the number of messages in the queue before blocking.
- --linger ZMQ_LINGER
Number of milliseconds to wait before timing out connections.
- The Fedora Infrastructure team <[email protected]>
- Wrote the fedmsg software.
- Nicolas Dandrimont <[email protected]>
Wrote this manpage for the Debian system.
Copyright © 2014 Nicolas Dandrimont
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On Debian systems, a copy of the license can be found in the /usr/share/common-licenses/LGPL-2.1 file.