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NAME

       flumotion-admin - streaming media server administration GUI

SYNOPSIS

       flumotion-admin [ -h ] [ --debug debug configuration ] [ -m manager ] [
       --no-ssl ]

DESCRIPTION

       flumotion-admin is  a  GUI  application  that  provides  administration
       capabilities  for  the  flumotion  streaming  server. Using it, you can
       configure and monitor the streams  flumotion  serves.   flumotion-admin
       connects  to  a running flumotion-manager to control the manager, start
       and stop components, and display  logging  and  monitoring  information
       about the running components.

       You  must  start flumotion-manager before you can use flumotion-admin ,
       but once you've done so  you  can  just  run  flumotion-admin  with  no
       arguments to start the GUI.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Show a brief help message, then exit.

       --version
              Show the version number.

       -v, --verbose
              Be  verbose in console output. This is equivalent to setting the
              debug level to 3, and will override any debug specifiers.

       -dDEBUG, --debug=DEBUG
              Set the debug configuration to the specified debug  string.  See
              the Debugging section for details of this.

       -mMANAGER, --manager=MANAGER
              Set    the    manager    connection    string    in   the   form
              [username[:password]@]host:port

       --no-ssl
              Disable encryption when connecting to the manager.

DEBUGGING

       In the unlikely event of something in flumotion not working, you  might
       want  to  debug it. The flumotion tools ( flumotion-worker , flumotion-
       admin , and flumotion-manager ) all allow  you  to  turn  on  debugging
       output in two different ways.

       Firstly,  you can use an environment variable, FLU_DEBUG. Secondly, you
       can launch the program with a -d or  --debug  switch.  Either  approach
       allows  you  to specify a debug configuration string with the following
       syntax:

              name1:n1,name2:n2,name3:n3

       In this syntax, the 'name' variables can be replaced with the name of a
       particular  module within flumotion (such as 'admin', 'twisted', etc.).
       You can also use '*' to specify all  modules.  The  'n'  variables  are
       numbers  from  1  to  5,  larger  numbers corresponding to more verbose
       output (ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG, and LOG). At level 4, full  debugging
       information is emitted.

       You  can  also  use  an abbreviated form where you just supply a single
       number, thisuses that debug level for all modules.  Thus  the  simplest
       way to enable full debug output for all modules is to use '-d 4' on the
       command line.

       A more complex example would be '-d *:3,admin:4'  to  set  the  logging
       level for the admin module to DEBUG, and for all other modules to INFO.

BUGS

       Hopefully   none.   If  you  find  any  bugs,  please  report  them  at
       https://core.fluendo.com/trac/cgi-bin/trac.cgi

SEE ALSO

       flumotion(1),flumotion-worker(1),flumotion-manager(1)



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