Paraslash network audio streaming tools
para_audioc - communicate with para_audiod through a local socketSYNOPSIS
para_audioc [--help] [--detailed-help] [--version] [--loglevel=<severity>] [--complete] [--history-file=<filename>] [--socket=<path>] [--bufsize=<bytes>] [--] [command [options]]DESCRIPTION
The client program to control para_audiod at runtime. It can enable/disable streaming, receive status info, or grab the audio stream at any point of the decoding process.
If no command is given, para_audioc enters interactive mode.OPTIONS
print help and exit
print help, including all details, and exit
print version and exit
control amount of logging
values: debug, info, notice, warning, error, crit, emerg
Log only messages with severity greater or equal than the given value. Possible values:
debug: Produces really noisy output. info: Still noisy, but won’t fill up the disk quickly. notice: Indicates normal, but significant event. warning: Unexpected events that can be handled. error: Unhandled error condition. crit: System might be unreliable. emerg: Last message before exit.
print possible command line completions
If this flag is given, the environment variables COMP_LINE and COMP_POINT are examined to obtain the current command line and the cursor position respectively. Possible completions are written to stdout and the program exits.
location of the file for the command history list
If para_audioc runs in interactive mode, it reads the history file on startup. Upon exit, the in-memory history is appended to the history file.
If this option is not given, the history file is expected at ~/.paraslash/audioc.history.
path to well-known socket
The default path of the socket is /var/paraslash/audiod.socket.$HOSTNAME.
size of internal buffer