1. NAME

axiomatic - command-line tool for creating, configuring, and inspecting an axiom database

2. SYNOPSIS

axiomatic [ options ] [ command ]

3. DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the

axiomatic command.

axiomatic allows to create, configure and interact with an axiom database. The most commonly used subcommands are start, stop and status.

4. OPTIONS

These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

-b, --debug

    Enable Axiom-level debug logging.

-d, --dbdir=

    Path containing axiom database to configure/create.

--version

    Show version of program.

--help

    Display help.

5. COMMANDS

Except when using --version and --help, you need to specify one command. The possible commands are included below. Note that axiomatic has an extensible plugin system, so the exact list of commands will differ depending on what axiomatic plugins are available.

start

    Launch the given Axiom database.

stop

    Stop the server running from the given Axiom database.

status

    Report whether a server is running from the given Axiom database.

insert-user

    Insert a user store, such as one extracted with

extract-user, into a site store and login system.

userbase

    LoginSystem introspection and manipulation.

extract-user

    Remove an account from the login system, moving its associated database to the filesystem.

browse

    Interact with an Axiom store.

6. SEE ALSO

.URL "http://divmod.org/trac/wiki/DivmodAxiom" "Axiom homepage"

7. AUTHOR

axiomatic is part of Axiom, an object database, or alternatively, an object-relational mapper written by Divmod.

This manual page was written by Vincent Bernat < >, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).