TPISS command line options

To change the behavior of TPISS, command line options can be used. They can be invoked by starting TPISS from a command line prompt with one or more of the following options added to the command.

Option Description
-c <file>
--config <file>
Use a config file to configure TPISS.
The full path to the config file must be specified. When no config file is defined, TPISS uses the default settings.
-h
--help
Display help text and exit
-l <file>
--logfile <file>
Specify a log file that will log TPISS output information.
The filename for the log file is optional.
-L <level>
--loglevel <level>
Define the log level: none, error, warning, info.
When TPISS is started as service/daemon, the default log level is warning.
When TPISS is started as application, the default log level is info.
-t
--configtest
Perform a syntax test on the config file without actually executing it. Any warnings or errors will shown on the console.
-v
--version
Show TPISS version information and exit.

Windows service control options

When running TPISS as windows service, the options below apply. These options require elevation, TPISS will automatically elevate if started non elevated.

Option Description
--service-install Install the TPISS service
--service-uninstall Uninstall the TPISS service
--service-startup <type> Set the service start type (auto, auto-delayed, manual, disabled)
--service-start Start the TPISS service
--service-stop Stop the TPISS service
--service-restart Restart the TPISS service

Linux specific options

When running TPISS in a Linux environment, the following options apply:

Option Description
-d
--daemonize
Daemonize TPISS
-g <group>
--group <group>
Run TPISS as group
-P <file>
--pidfile <file>
Define pid file
-u <user>
--user <user>
Run TPISS as user