flux-config(1)

SYNOPSIS

flux config reload

flux config get [OPTIONS] [NAME]

flux config builtin [NAME]

DESCRIPTION

flux config reload tells flux-broker(1) to reload its TOML configuration. Further details of Flux configuration are described in flux-config(5), including some caveats on configuration updates. On Flux instances started with systemd(1), systemctl reload flux invokes this command. This command is restricted to the instance owner.

flux config get queries the TOML configuration for a given Flux broker. if NAME is unspecified, it dumps the entire configuration object. Otherwise, NAME is expected to be a period-delimited path name representing a TOML key. Return values are printed in string-encoded JSON form, except for string values, which are printed without quotes to simplify their use in shell scripts. This command is restricted to the instance owner.

flux config builtin prints compiled-in Flux configuration values. See BUILTIN VALUES below for a list of builtin configuration key names. This command is available to all users.

Note

flux config get and flux config builtin refer to disjoint key namespaces. Flux behavior is determined by a combination of these values, flux-broker-attributes(7), and other factors. This disjoint configuration scheme is subject to change in future releases of Flux.

Note

flux config builtin uses a heuristic to determine if flux(1) was run from the flux-core source tree, and substitutes source tree specific values if found to be in tree. This enables Flux testing without requiring installation.

GET SUBCOMMAND OPTIONS

-h, --help

Display subcommand help.

-d, --default=VALUE

Substitute VALUE if NAME is not set in the configuration, and exit with a return code of zero.

-q, --quiet

Suppress printing of errors if NAME is not set and --default was not specified. This may be convenient to avoid needing to redirect standard error in a shell script.

-t, --type=TYPE

Require that the value has the specified type, or exit with a nonzero exit code. Valid types are string, integer, real, boolean, object, and array. In addition, types of fsd, fsd-integer, and fsd-real ensure that a value is a both a string and valid Flux Standard Duration. fsd prints the value in its human-readable, string form. fsd-integer and fsd-real print the value in integer and real seconds, respectively.

BUILTIN VALUES

The following configuration keys may be printed with flux config builtin:

rc1_path

The rc1 script path used by flux-broker(1), unless overridden by the broker.rc1_path broker attribute.

rc3_path

The rc3 script path used by flux-broker(1), unless overridden by the broker.rc1_path broker attribute.

shell_path

The path to the flux-shell(1) executable used by the exec service.

shell_pluginpath

The search path used by flux-shell(1) to locate plugins, unless overridden by setting the conf.shell_pluginpath broker attribute.

shell_initrc

The initrc script path used by flux-shell(1), unless overridden by setting the conf.shell_pluginpath broker attribute.

jobtap_pluginpath

The search path used by the job manager to locate flux-jobtap-plugins(7).

rundir

The configured ${runstatedir}/flux directory.

bindir

The configured ${libexecdir/flux/cmd directory.

lua_cpath_add

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the LUA_CPATH environment variable.

lua_path_add

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the LUA_PATH environment variable.

python_path

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the PYTHONPATH environment variable.

man_path

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the MANPATH environment variable.

exec_path

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the FLUX_EXEC_PATH environment variable.

connector_path

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the FLUX_CONNECTOR_PATH environment variable.

module_path

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the FLUX_MODULE_PATH environment variable.

pmi_library_path

Consulted by flux(1) when setting the FLUX_PMI_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable.

cmdhelp_pattern

Used by flux(1) to generate a list of common commands when run without arguments.

no_docs_path

EXAMPLES

$ flux config get --type=fsd-integer tbon.tcp_user_timeout
60

RESOURCES

Flux: http://flux-framework.org

RFC 23: Flux Standard Duration: https://flux-framework.readthedocs.io/projects/flux-rfc/en/latest/spec_23.html

SEE ALSO

flux-config(5), flux-getattr(1)