olad

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: July 2013
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NAME

olad - The Open Lighting Architecture Daemon  

SYNOPSIS

olad [ options ]  

DESCRIPTION

olad is the Open Lighting Architecture (OLA) daemon. It handles communication with DMX512 / RDM hardware devices and remote network hosts via various lighting control protocols.  

OPTIONS

-c, --config-dir
Path to the config directory. Defaults to ~/.ola
-d, --http-data-dir <string>
The path to the static www content.
-f, --daemon
Fork and run as a background process.
-h, --help
Display the help message
-i, --interface <string>
The interface name (e.g. eth0) or IP address of the network interface to use
-l, --log-level <int8_t>
Set the logging level 0 .. 4. See LOGGING.
-p, --http-port <uint16_t>
Port to run the http server on. Defaults to 9090.
-r, --rpc-port <uint16_t>
The port to listen for RPCs on. Defaults to 9010.
-v, --version
Print olad version information
--no-http
Disable the HTTP server.
--no-http-quit
Disable the HTTP /quit handler.
--pid-location <string>
The directory containing the PID definitions
--syslog
Send to syslog rather than stderr.
--no-register-with-dns-sd
Don't register the web service using DNS-SD (Bonjour).
--no-use-epoll
Disable the use of epoll(), revert to select()
--no-use-kqueue
Disable the use of kqueue(), revert to select()
--no-use-async-libusb
Disable the use of the asyncronous libusb calls, revert to syncronous
--scheduler-policy <policy>
The thread scheduling policy, one of {fifo, rr}.
--scheduler-priority <priority>
The thread priority, only used if --scheduler-policy is set.
 

LOGGING

olad can either log to stderr(4) or syslog(5). Each log level includes those of higher severity.
0
No logging.
1
Fatal logging.
2
Warnings.
3
Informational logging.
4
Debug logging.
 

SIGNALS

Once running, the following signals control the behavior of olad:
SIGHUP
Reloads the plugins.
SIGUSR1
Increases the logging level, eventually wrapping
 

SEE ALSO

ola_dmxconsole(1), ola_dmxmonitor(1),


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
LOGGING
SIGNALS
SEE ALSO

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