supysonic-server [--server gevent | gunicorn | waitress] [--host <hostname>] [--port <port>] [--socket <path>] [--processes <n>] [--threads <n>]
supysonic-server is the main supysonic’s component, allowing to serve content to clients. It is actually a basic wrapper over Gevent, Gunicorn or Waitress, requiring at least one of them to be installed to run.
- -S <name>, --server <name>
Specify which WSGI server to use. <name> must be one of
waitressand the matching package must then be installed. If the option isn’t provided, the first one available will be used.
- -h <hostname>, --host <hostname>
Hostname or IP address on which to listen. The default is
0.0.0.0which means to listen on all IPv4 interfaces on this host. Cannot be used with --socket.
- -p <port>, --port <port>
TCP port on which to listen. Default is
5722. Cannot be used with --socket.
- -s <path>, --socket <path>
Path of a Unix socket on which to bind to. If a path is specified, a Unix domain socket is made instead of the usual inet domain socket. Cannot be used with --host or --port. Not available on Windows.
- --processes <n>
Number of worker processes to spawn. Only applicable when using the Gunicorn WSGI server.
- --threads <n>
The number of worker threads for handling requests. Only applicable when using the Gunicorn or Waitress WSGI server.
Bugs can be reported to your distribution’s bug tracker or upstream at https://github.com/spl0k/supysonic/issues.