deluged

deluged

TLDR

Start the Deluge daemon

$ deluged
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Start the Deluge daemon on a specific port
$ deluged -p [port]
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Start the Deluge daemon using a specific configuration file
$ deluged -c [path/to/configuration_file]
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Start the Deluge daemon and output the log to a file
$ deluged -l [path/to/log_file]
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SYNOPSIS

deluged [options]

DESCRIPTION

Deluge utilizes a client/server model, with deluged being the daemon process and deluge being used to launch a user-interface.

By default deluged will run as a background daemon, use the -d option to run process in foreground.

OPTIONS

Config Options

-c path, --config=path

Set the config directory location.

Daemon Options

-p port, --port=port

Port daemon will listen on, default is 58846

-i ip_address, --interface=ip_address

Interface daemon will listen for bittorrent connections on, this should be an IP address

-u ip_address, --ui-interface=ip_address

Interface daemon will listen for UI connections on, this should be an IP address

Logging Options

-l file, --logfile=file

Output to specified logfile instead of stdout

-L loglevel, --loglevel=loglevel

Set the log level (default is error): none, info, warning, error, debug

-q, --quiet

Sets the log level to none, same as -L none

--logrotate[=max-size]

Enable logfile rotation, with optional maximum logfile size, default: 2M (Logfile rotation count is 5)

--profile[=file]

Profile with cProfile. Outputs to stdout unless a filename is specified

Process Control Options:

-P file, --pidfile=file

Pidfile to store the process id

-d, --do-not-daemonize

Do not daemonize (fork) this process

-U, --user=user

Change to this user on startup (Requires root)

-g, --group=group

Change to this group on startup (Requires root)

Help Options

-V, --version

Show program's version number and exit.

-h, --help

Show help message and exit.

AUTHORS

Deluge Team: http://www.deluge-torrent.org

SEE ALSO

deluge(1), deluge-web(1), deluge-console(1)

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