jubactl

Synopsis

jubactl [options ...]

Description

jubactl is a command to manage server processes in distributed environment.

Options

  • [] indicates the default value.
  • <zookeeper_list> is a comma-separated list of host:port of ZooKeeper servers (e.g., 10.0.0.1:2181,10.0.0.2:2181,10.0.0.3:2181). No spaces between values are allowed. If you have only one ZooKeeper server, just specify host:port without comma (e.g., 10.0.0.1:2181).
-c <command>, --cmd <command>

Send specified command to jubavisors registered to ZooKeeper. <command> should be one of the following.

Command Description
start Start Jubatus servers
stop Stop Jubatus servers
save Save the model to directory specified by jubatus_server -d
load Load the model from directory specified by jubatus_server -d
status Print the status of servers, proxies and jubavisors
-s <program>, --server <program>

Executable file of the server program (e.g., jubaclassifier, jubarecommender, ...).

-n <name>, --name <name>

The instance name, which is a value to uniquely identify a task in the ZooKeeper cluster.

-t <type>, --type <type>

Type of the server program (e.g., classifier, recommender, ...).

-N <num>, --num <num>

Number of processes in the whole cluster.

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

When 0 is specified, start 1 process on each jubavisor.

-z <zookeeper_list>, --zookeeper <zookeeper_list>

List of ZooKeeper server(s).

If not specified, environment variable ZK will be used.

-i <id>, --id <id>

ID of file name to save or load.

Effective only when used with --cmd save and --cmd load.

If not specified, the value that specified by --name will be used.

-B <interface>, --listen_if <interface>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -B).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-C <num>, --thread <num>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -c).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-T <seconds>, --timeout <seconds>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -t).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-D <dirpath>, --datadir <dirpath>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -d).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-L <dirpath>, --logdir <dirpath>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -l).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-G <log_config>, --log_config <log_config>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -g).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-X <mixer>, --mixer <mixer>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -x).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-S <seconds>, --interval_sec <seconds>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -s).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-I <count>, --interval_count <count>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -i).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-Z <seconds>, --zookeeper_timeout <seconds>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -Z).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-R <seconds>, --interconnect_timeout <seconds>

Option given when starting new server process (jubatus_server -I).

Effective only when used with --cmd start.

-d, --debug

This option is deprecated and is no longer be used.

-?, --help

Print the brief usage of the command.