flux-broker [OPTIONS] [initial-program [args...]]


flux-broker(1) is a distributed message broker daemon that provides communications services within a Flux instance. It may be launched as a parallel program under Flux or other resource managers that support PMI.

Resource manager services are implemented as dynamically loadable modules.

Brokers within a Flux instance are interconnected using ZeroMQ sockets, and each is assigned a rank from 0 to size - 1. The rank 0 node is the root of a tree-based overlay network. This network may be accessed by Flux commands and modules using Flux API services.

A logging service aggregates Flux log messages across the instance and emits them to a configured destination on rank 0.

After its overlay network has completed wire-up, flux-broker(1) starts the initial program on rank 0. If none is specified on the broker command line, an interactive shell is launched.


-h, --help
Summarize available options.
-v, --verbose
Be annoyingly chatty.
-S, --setattr=ATTR=VAL
Set initial value for broker attribute.