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HOWTO-bkd(7.3.3)	    BitKeeper User's Manual	      HOWTO-bkd(7.3.3)

NAME
       bk Howto-bkd - howto: configuring the BitKeeper daemon

DESCRIPTION
       Here are	examples how to	configure the bk daemon	for both read-only and
       read-write modes.  We show how to export	all repositories on  a	system
       in  both	read-write and read-only mode and we show how to export	only a
       specific	repository in read-write and read-only mode.

	   # Configure BitKeeper daemon	for read-only
	   # access for	all repositories
	   bk bkd -d -xpush

	   # Configure BitKeeper daemon	for read-write
	   # access for	all repositories
	   bk bkd -d

	   # Access a specific repository when multiple
	   # ones are being exported
	   bk clone bk://host.domain/some/dir/master ~/my_tree

	   # Configure a specific BitKeeper repository
	   # for read-write access
	   cd /master/repository
	   bk bkd -d -p6666 -xcd

	   # Configure a specific BitKeeper repository
	   # for read-only access
	   cd /master/repository
	   bk bkd -d -p4444 -xcd -xpush

	   # Access a repository bound to a specific port
	   bk clone bk://host.domain:6666 ~/my_tree

       With the	BK/Web feature,	you can	use a web browser to  access  the  bkd
       web  interface.	For example, to	access the bkd above listening on port
       6666, you can use the URL:

	   http://host.domain:6666/

SEE ALSO
       bk-bkd, bk-Howto

CATEGORY
       Overview

BitKeeper Inc			      1E1		      HOWTO-bkd(7.3.3)

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