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-.TH PROSODYCTL 1 "2009-07-02"
-
+.\" Automatically generated by Pandoc 1.15.2
+.\"
+.hy
+.TH "PROSODYCTL" "1" "2015\-12\-23" "" ""
.SH NAME
+.PP
prosodyctl \- Manage a Prosody XMPP server
-
.SH SYNOPSIS
-\fBprosodyctl\fP \fIcommand\fP [\fI--help\fP]
-
+.IP
+.nf
+\f[C]
+prosodyctl\ command\ [\-\-help]
+\f[]
+.fi
.SH DESCRIPTION
-\fBprosodyctl\fP is the control tool for the Prosody XMPP server. It may be
-used to control the server daemon and manage users.
-
-\fBprosodyctl\fP needs to be executed with sufficient privileges to perform
-its commands. This typically means executing \fBprosodyctl\fP as the root user.
-If a user named "prosody" is found then \fBprosodyctl\fP will change to that
+.PP
+prosodyctl is the control tool for the Prosody XMPP server.
+It may be used to control the server daemon and manage users.
+.PP
+prosodyctl needs to be executed with sufficient privileges to perform
+its commands.
+This typically means executing prosodyctl as the root user.
+If a user named "prosody" is found then prosodyctl will change to that
user before executing its commands.
-
.SH COMMANDS
.SS User Management
-In the following commands users are identified by a Jabber ID, \fIjid\fP, of the
-usual form: user@domain.
-
-.IP "\fBadduser\fP \fIjid\fP"
-Adds a user with Jabber ID, \fIjid\fP, to the server. You will be
-prompted to enter the user's password.
-
-.IP "\fBpasswd\fP \fIjid\fP"
-Changes the password of an existing user with Jabber ID, \fIjid\fP. You will be
-prompted to enter the user's new password.
-
-.IP "\fBdeluser\fP \fIjid\fP"
-Deletes an existing user with Jabber ID, \fIjid\fP, from the server.
-
+.PP
+In the following commands users are identified by a Jabber ID, jid, of
+the usual form: user\@domain.
+.TP
+.B adduser jid
+Adds a user with Jabber ID, jid, to the server.
+You will be prompted to enter the user\[aq]s password.
+.RS
+.RE
+.TP
+.B passwd jid
+Changes the password of an existing user with Jabber ID, jid.
+You will be prompted to enter the user\[aq]s new password.
+.RS
+.RE
+.TP
+.B deluser jid
+Deletes an existing user with Jabber ID, jid, from the server.
+.RS
+.RE
.SS Daemon Management
-Although \fBprosodyctl\fP has commands to manage the \fBprosody\fP daemon it is
-recommended that you utilize your distributions daemon management features if
-you attained Prosody through a package.
-
-To perform daemon control commands \fBprosodyctl\fP needs a \fIpidfile\fP value
-specified in \fI/etc/prosody/prosody.cfg.lua\fP. Failure to do so will cause
-\fBprosodyctl\fP to complain.
-
-.IP \fBstart\fP
-Starts the \fBprosody\fP server daemon. If run as root \fBprosodyctl\fP will
-attempt to change to a user named "prosody" before executing. This operation
-will block for up to five seconds to wait for the server to execute.
-
-.IP \fBstop\fP
-Stops the \fBprosody\fP server daemon. This operation will block for up to five
-seconds to wait for the server to stop executing.
-
-.IP \fBrestart\fP
-Restarts the \fBprosody\fP server daemon. Equivalent to running \fBprosodyctl
-stop\fP followed by \fBprosodyctl start\fP.
-
-.IP \fBstatus\fP
-Prints the current execution status of the \fBprosody\fP server daemon.
-
+.PP
+Although prosodyctl has commands to manage the prosody daemon it is
+recommended that you utilize your distributions daemon management
+features if you attained Prosody through a package.
+.PP
+To perform daemon control commands prosodyctl needs a pidfile value
+specified in \f[C]/etc/prosody/prosody.cfg.lua\f[].
+Failure to do so will cause prosodyctl to complain.
+.TP
+.B start
+Starts the prosody server daemon.
+If run as root prosodyctl will attempt to change to a user named
+"prosody" before executing.
+This operation will block for up to five seconds to wait for the server
+to execute.
+.RS
+.RE
+.TP
+.B stop
+Stops the prosody server daemon.
+This operation will block for up to five seconds to wait for the server
+to stop executing.
+.RS
+.RE
+.TP
+.B restart
+Restarts the prosody server daemon.
+Equivalent to running prosodyctl stop followed by prosodyctl start.
+.RS
+.RE
+.TP
+.B status
+Prints the current execution status of the prosody server daemon.
+.RS
+.RE
.SS Ejabberd Compatibility
-\fBejabberd\fP is another XMPP server which provides a comparable control tool,
-\fBejabberdctl\fP, to control its server's operations. \fBprosodyctl\fP
-implements some commands which are compatible with \fBejabberdctl\fP. For
-details of how these commands work you should see
-.BR ejabberdctl (8).
-
-.IP "\fBregister\fP \fIuser server password\fP"
-.IP "\fBunregister\fP \fIuser server\fP"
-
+.PP
+ejabberd is another XMPP server which provides a comparable control
+tool, ejabberdctl, to control its server\[aq]s operations.
+prosodyctl implements some commands which are compatible with
+ejabberdctl.
+For details of how these commands work you should see ejabberdctl(8).
+.IP
+.nf
+\f[C]
+register\ user\ server\ password
+
+unregister\ user\ server
+\f[]
+.fi
.SH OPTIONS
-.IP \fI--help\fP
+.TP
+.B \f[C]\-\-help\f[]
Display help text for the specified command.
-
+.RS
+.RE
.SH FILES
-.IP \fI/etc/prosody/prosody.cfg.lua\fP
-The main \fBprosody\fP configuration file. \fBprosodyctl\fP reads this to
-determine the process ID file of the \fBprosody\fP server daemon and to
-determine if a host has been configured.
-
+.TP
+.B \f[C]/etc/prosody/prosody.cfg.lua\f[]
+The main prosody configuration file.
+prosodyctl reads this to determine the process ID file of the prosody
+server daemon and to determine if a host has been configured.
+.RS
+.RE
.SH ONLINE
-More information may be found online at: \fIhttp://prosody.im/\fP
-
+.PP
+More information may be found online at: <https://prosody.im/>
.SH AUTHORS
-Dwayne Bent <dbb.1@liqd.org>
+Dwayne Bent <dbb.1@liqd.org>.
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+---
+author:
+- 'Dwayne Bent <dbb.1@liqd.org>'
+date: '2015-12-23'
+section: 1
+title: PROSODYCTL
+...
+
+NAME
+====
+
+prosodyctl - Manage a Prosody XMPP server
+
+SYNOPSIS
+========
+
+ prosodyctl command [--help]
+
+DESCRIPTION
+===========
+
+prosodyctl is the control tool for the Prosody XMPP server. It may be
+used to control the server daemon and manage users.
+
+prosodyctl needs to be executed with sufficient privileges to perform
+its commands. This typically means executing prosodyctl as the root
+user. If a user named "prosody" is found then prosodyctl will change to
+that user before executing its commands.
+
+COMMANDS
+========
+
+User Management
+---------------
+
+In the following commands users are identified by a Jabber ID, jid, of
+the usual form: user@domain.
+
+adduser jid
+: Adds a user with Jabber ID, jid, to the server. You will be prompted
+ to enter the user's password.
+
+passwd jid
+: Changes the password of an existing user with Jabber ID, jid. You
+ will be prompted to enter the user's new password.
+
+deluser jid
+: Deletes an existing user with Jabber ID, jid, from the server.
+
+Daemon Management
+-----------------
+
+Although prosodyctl has commands to manage the prosody daemon it is
+recommended that you utilize your distributions daemon management
+features if you attained Prosody through a package.
+
+To perform daemon control commands prosodyctl needs a pidfile value
+specified in `/etc/prosody/prosody.cfg.lua`. Failure to do so will cause
+prosodyctl to complain.
+
+start
+: Starts the prosody server daemon. If run as root prosodyctl will
+ attempt to change to a user named "prosody" before executing. This
+ operation will block for up to five seconds to wait for the server
+ to execute.
+
+stop
+: Stops the prosody server daemon. This operation will block for up to
+ five seconds to wait for the server to stop executing.
+
+restart
+: Restarts the prosody server daemon. Equivalent to running prosodyctl
+ stop followed by prosodyctl start.
+
+status
+: Prints the current execution status of the prosody server daemon.
+
+Ejabberd Compatibility
+----------------------
+
+ejabberd is another XMPP server which provides a comparable control
+tool, ejabberdctl, to control its server's operations. prosodyctl
+implements some commands which are compatible with ejabberdctl. For
+details of how these commands work you should see ejabberdctl(8).
+
+ register user server password
+
+ unregister user server
+
+OPTIONS
+=======
+
+`--help`
+: Display help text for the specified command.
+
+FILES
+=====
+
+`/etc/prosody/prosody.cfg.lua`
+: The main prosody configuration file. prosodyctl reads this to
+ determine the process ID file of the prosody server daemon and to
+ determine if a host has been configured.
+
+ONLINE
+======
+
+More information may be found online at: <https://prosody.im/>