Advanced client functionality can be scripted through Windows, macOS and Linux clients via the command line and terminal.
Please reach out via support 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 --instance id Specify the daemon instance, when running multiple instances Commands: help Display argument help information version Display version information daemon Start the daemon/service in interactive mode info Display general information fscheck Run checks on the filesystem metadata status Display information about the currently linked filespace log Sets the logging verbosity log-config Additional logging configuration 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 activate Activate the currently linked filespace deactivate Deactivate the active filespace exit Call the daemon to exit cache Display cache information as well as control the cache prefetcher Display information and control the prefetcher compression Display information and control protocol compression sync Synchronize all of the data and metadata with the cloud init-s3 Initialize with Amazon S3 object store rekey-s3 Rekey Amazon S3 credentials password Change your password update Auto-updater control snapshot Snapshot management. To activate a snapshot, see the options of 'lucid activate'. To schedule snapshots see 'lucid snapshot-schedule'. snapshot-schedule Snapshot schedule management - requires root permissions user User management - requires root permissions share Share management - requires root permissions config Set local or global scope filespace configurations perf Periodically output perfomance metrics. service Manage the Lucid service - requires Windows Administrator privileges
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