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FAIL2BAN-SERVER(1)		 User Commands		    FAIL2BAN-SERVER(1)

NAME
       fail2ban-server - start the server

SYNOPSIS
       fail2ban-server [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION
       Fail2Ban	 v0.11.1  reads	log file that contains password	failure	report
       and bans	the corresponding IP addresses using firewall rules.

OPTIONS
       -c <DIR>
	      configuration directory

       -s <FILE>
	      socket path

       -p <FILE>
	      pidfile path

       --loglevel <LEVEL>
	      logging level

       --logtarget <TARGET>
	      logging target, use  file-name  or  stdout,  stderr,  syslog  or
	      sysout.

       --syslogsocket auto|<FILE>

       -d     dump configuration. For debugging

       --dp, --dump-pretty
	      dump the configuration using more	human readable representation

       -t, --test
	      test configuration (can be also specified	with start parameters)

       -i     interactive mode

       -v     increase verbosity

       -q     decrease verbosity

       -x     force execution of the server (remove socket file)

       -b     start server in background (default)

       -f     start server in foreground

       --async
	      start  server in async mode (for internal	usage only, don't read
	      configuration)

       --timeout
	      timeout to wait for the server (for internal usage  only,	 don't
	      read configuration)

       --str2sec <STRING>
	      convert time abbreviation	format to seconds

       -h, --help
	      display this help	message

       -V, --version
	      print the	version	(-V returns machine-readable short format)

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to https://github.com/fail2ban/fail2ban/issues

SEE ALSO
       fail2ban-client(1)

fail2ban-server	v0.11.1		 January 2020		    FAIL2BAN-SERVER(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | REPORTING BUGS | SEE ALSO

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