|-c file||Specify a configuration file, overriding the default location [/etc/conman.conf].|
|-h||Display a summary of the command-line options.|
|-k||Send a SIGTERM to the conmand process associated with the specified configuration, thereby killing the daemon. Returns 0 if the daemon was successfully signaled; otherwise, returns 1.|
|-L||Display license information.|
|-p port||Specify the port on which conmand will listen for clients, overriding both the default port  and the port specified in the configuration file.|
|-q||Displays the PID of the conmand process associated with the specified configuration if it appears active. Returns 0 if the configuration appears active; otherwise, returns 1.|
|-r||Send a SIGHUP to the conmand process associated with the specified configuration, thereby re-opening both that daemons log file and individual console log files. Returns 0 if the daemon was successfully signaled; otherwise, returns 1.|
|-v||Enable verbose mode.|
|-V||Display version information.|
Truncate both the daemons log file and individual console log files
|SIGHUP||Close and re-open both the daemons log file and the individual console log files. Conversion specifiers within filenames will be re-evaluated. This is useful for logrotate configurations.|
Terminate the daemon.
If the configuration file is modified while the daemon is running and a pidfile was not originally specified, the -k and -r options may be unable to identify the daemon process; consequently, the appropriate signal may need to be sent to the daemon manually.
ConMan is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.
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