kumo-server(1) kumofs server daemon


kumo-server -m <addr[:port=19700]> -p <addr[:port19700]> -l <addr[:port=19800]> -s <path.tch>


kumo-server stores actual data. You can add kumo-servers after buiding the cluster. You can get live status of the kumo-manager using kumostat and kumotop command.


-l <addr[:port=19800]> --listen
listen address
-L <port=19900> --stream-listen
listen port for replacing stream
-f <dir=/tmp> --offer-tmp
path to temporary directory for replacing
-s <path.tch> --store
path to database
-m <addr[:port=19700]> --manager1
address of manager 1
-p <addr[:port=19700]> --manager2
address of manager 2
-S <number=20> --replicate-set-retry
replicate set retry limit
-D <number=20> --replicate-delete-retry
replicate delete retry limit
-gN <seconds=60> --garbage-min-time
minimum time to maintenance deleted key
-gX <seconds=3600> --garbage-max-time
maximum time to maintenance deleted key
-gS <kilobytes=2048> --garbage-mem-limit
maximum memory usage to memory deleted key
-k <number=2> --keepalive-interval
keepalive interval in seconds
-Ys <number=1> --connect-timeout
connect timeout time in seconds
-Yn <number=4> --connect-retry-limit
connect retry limit
-Ci <number=8> --clock-interval
clock interval in seconds
-TW <number=2> --write-threads
number of threads for asynchronous writing
-TR <number=4> --read-threads
number of threads for asynchronous reading
-o <path.log> --log
output logs to the file
-g <path.mpac> --binary-log
enable binary log
-v --verbose

-d <path.pid> --daemon


[on svr1 ]$ kumo-server -v -l svr1 -m mgr1 -p mgr2 -s /var/kumodb.tch -gN 5 -gS 20480

[on svr2 ]$ kumo-server -v -l svr2 -m mgr1 -p mgr2 -s /var/kumodb.tch -TR 6 -TW 4

[on svr3 ]$ kumo-server -v -l svr3 -m mgr1 -p mgr2 -s /var/kumodb.tch -Ci 16

[localhost]$ kumo-server -v -m localhost -l localhost:19801 -L 19901 -s ./database1.tch

[localhost]$ kumo-server -v -m localhost -l localhost:19802 -L 19902 -s ./database2.tch

[localhost]$ kumo-server -v -m localhost -l localhost:19803 -L 19902 -s ./database3.tch