metabase-relayd - A relay server for Metabase
--debug - display interesting things;
--help - Display program usage;
--version - Display program version;
--url URI - The URI of a Metabase server to use;
--idfile - The path to an ID file to use;
--dbfile - The path to the database file to use;
--address - A particular IP address to listen on;
--port - The TCP port to listen on;
--multiple - Whether to use multiple HTTP clients;
--submissions - control the number of 'multiple' clients;
--offline - disable report submissions to the Metabase;
--nocurl - disable automatic usage of POE::Component::Curl::Multi;
metabase-relayd is a Metabase relay server that acts an intermediate between Test::Reporter::Transport::Socket based CPAN Tester clients and a Metabase server.
Command line options override options given in the "CONFIGURATION FILE"
Turns on all output.
Displays program usage and exits.
Displays the program version and exits.
Specify a Metabase ID file to use.
The default is metabase_id.json located in the .metabase directory.
Specify the file that DBD::SQLite will use for the queue storage.
The default is relay.db located in the .metabase directory.
The URL of a Metabase server to send reports to.
Specify a particular IP address for the listening socket to bind to. The default is INADDR_ANY. This may also be a comma-separated list of IP addresses, if you wish to bind to more than one address.
Specify the TCP port for the listening socket to bind to. The default is 0, ie. pick a random port.
By default a single POE::Component::Client::HTTP instance is created and used to send each report. Enabling this option means that a new instance of POE::Component::Client::HTTP will be created for each report submitted.
In conjunction with multiple controls the number of concurrent submissions to the Metabase.
Enable this so that reports are recorded to the database but not submitted to the Metabase.
Enable this to disable automatic usage of POE::Component::Curl::Multi.
A number of the above options may be specified in a configuration file, relayd, that is stored in the .metabase directory. See "ENVIRONMENT" for where the .metabase directory is located and how to effect its location.
Command line options will override options from the configuration file.
The configuration file is parsed using Config::Tiny.
A subset of the command line options can be specified in the configuration file:
Set to a true value to turn on all output.
metabase-relayd uses the .metabase directory to locate the configuration file, relayd.
This is usually located in the current user's home directory. Setting the environment variable PERL5_MBRELAYD_DIR will effect where the .metabase directory is located.
Thanks go to Ricardo SIGNES for CPAN::Mini which inspired the design of this script/module.
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Chris Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Chris Williams.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
To install metabase::relayd, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.