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swift-proxy-server(1)		OpenStack Swift		 swift-proxy-server(1)

NAME
       swift-proxy-server - Openstack-swift proxy server.

SYNOPSIS
       swift-proxy-server [CONFIG] [-h|--help] [-v|--verbose]

DESCRIPTION
       The  Swift  Proxy  Server is responsible	for tying together the rest of
       the Swift architecture.	For each request, it will look up the location
       of  the account,	container, or object in	the ring and route the request
       accordingly. The	public API is also exposed through the Proxy Server. A
       large  number of	failures are also handled in the Proxy Server. For ex-
       ample, if a server is unavailable for an	object PUT, it	will  ask  the
       ring  for  a  handoff  server and route there instead. When objects are
       streamed	to or from  an	object	server,	 they  are  streamed  directly
       through	the proxy server to or from the	user the proxy server does not
       spool them.

DOCUMENTATION
       More in depth documentation in regards to swift-proxy-server  and  also
       about  Openstack-Swift  as  a  whole can	be found at http://swift.open-
       stack.org/index.html

SEE ALSO
       proxy-server.conf(5)

Linux				   8/26/2011		 swift-proxy-server(1)

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