Command-line feature functions

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Please note, as of Filespace format 2.2 the legacy term “Shares” has been changed to “Permissions.”

 

Advanced client functionality can be scripted through Windows, macOS, and Linux clients via the command line and terminal.

Please reach out via a support ticket for additional guidance as we would be happy to provide pre-prepared scripting examples to fast track your development efforts.

Usage: lucid [general options] command [options]

General options:

--rest-endpoint endpoint Specify the REST service ip:port
--id id Specify a daemon instance id. To see instance ids, use 'lucid list'.
--instance id Same as --id
--name fs Specify a Filespace name

Commands:

help Display argument help information
version Display version information
daemon Start the daemon/service in interactive mode
log Set or display the logging verbosity. Default: list all loggers.
exit Call the daemon to exit
info Display general information
log-config Additional logging configuration
config Set local or global scope filespace configurations
perf Periodically output performance metrics.
fscheck Run checks on the filesystem metadata
status Display information about the currently linked Filespace
link Link to a Filespace
unlink Unlink form the currently linked Filespace
mount Mount the Filespace to the OS
unmount Unmount the Filespace from the OS
cache Display cache information as well as control the cache
prefetcher Display information and control the prefetcher
pin Pin/unpin a folder/file locally (keep/remove a local copy)
lock Display file locking information
compression Display information and control protocol compression
sync Synchronize all of the data and metadata with the cloud
init-s3 Initialize with S3 object store
init-azure Initialize with Azure blob store
rekey-s3 Rekey S3 credentials
rekey-azure Rekey Azure credentials
password Change your password
update Auto-updater control
snapshot Snapshot management. To activate a snapshot, see the options of 'lucid link'. To schedule snapshots see 'lucid snapshot-schedule'.
snapshot-schedule Snapshot schedule management - requires administrative privileges
user User management - requires administrative privileges
group Group management - requires administrative privileges
permission Permission management - requires administrative privileges (Filespace Format 2.2 and above) share Share management - requires administrative privileges (before Filespace Format 2.2)
latency Display a frequency distribution list of latencies or statistics for the GET or PUT requests.
support Collect and upload a Lucid diagnostic report
metastore Controls the behavior of the metastore.
list Lists the currently linked Filespaces
service Manage the Lucid service - requires Windows Administrator privileges

Examples:     

lucid version
lucid help status
lucid support

Change Filespace mount-point

Adjust local cache settings

Link Filespace from the command line

Link to multiple Filespaces on the same client

 

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