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VBoxService

x86 virtualization solution

Usage:
VBoxService

[-f|--foreground] [-v|--verbose] [-l|--logfile <file>] [-i|--interval <seconds>] [--disable-<service>] [--enable-<service>] [--only-<service>] [-h|-?|--help] [--control-interval <ms>] [--control-procs-max-kept <x>] [--control-procs-mem-std[in|out|err] <KB>] [--timesync-interval <ms>] [--timesync-min-adjust <ms>] [--timesync-latency-factor <x>] [--timesync-max-latency <ms>] [--timesync-set-threshold <ms>] [--timesync-set-start] [--timesync-set-on-restore 0|1] [--vminfo-interval <ms>]

-i | --interval

The default interval.

-f | --foreground

Don’t daemonize the program. For debugging.

-l | --logfile <file>

Enables logging to a file.

-v | --verbose

Increment the verbosity level. For debugging.

-V | --version

Show version information.

-h | -? | --help

Show this message and exit with status 1.

Service-specific options:
--enable-control

Enables the control service. (default)

--disable-control

Disables the control service.

--only-control

Only enables the control service.

--control-interval

Specifies the interval at which to check for new control commands. The default is 1000 ms.

--control-procs-max-kept

Specifies how many started guest processes are kept into memory to work with. Default is 256.

--enable-timesync

Enables the timesync service. (default)

--disable-timesync

Disables the timesync service.

--only-timesync

Only enables the timesync service.

--timesync-interval

Specifies the interval at which to synchronize the time with the host. The default is 10000 ms.

--timesync-min-adjust

The minimum absolute drift value measured in milliseconds to make adjustments for. The default is 1000 ms on OS/2 and 100 ms elsewhere.

--timesync-latency-factor

The factor to multiply the time query latency with to calculate the dynamic minimum adjust time. The default is 8 times.

--timesync-max-latency

The max host timer query latency to accept. The default is 250 ms.

--timesync-set-threshold

The absolute drift threshold, given as milliseconds, where to start setting the time instead of trying to adjust it. The default is 20 min.

--timesync-set-start

Set the time when starting the time sync service.

--timesync-set-on-restore 0|1

Immediately set the time when the VM was restored. 1 = set (default), 0 = don’t set.

--enable-vminfo

Enables the vminfo service. (default)

--disable-vminfo

Disables the vminfo service.

--only-vminfo

Only enables the vminfo service.

--vminfo-interval

Specifies the interval at which to retrieve the VM information. The default is 10000 ms.

--enable-cpuhotplug

Enables the cpuhotplug service. (default)

--disable-cpuhotplug

Disables the cpuhotplug service.

--only-cpuhotplug

Only enables the cpuhotplug service.

--enable-memballoon

Enables the memballoon service. (default)

--disable-memballoon

Disables the memballoon service.

--only-memballoon

Only enables the memballoon service.

--enable-vmstats

Enables the vmstats service. (default)

--disable-vmstats

Disables the vmstats service.

--only-vmstats

Only enables the vmstats service.

--enable-automount

Enables the automount service. (default)

--disable-automount

Disables the automount service.

--only-automount

Only enables the automount service.

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