Below is a list of the cli commands available in Pritunl.
Starts the server this should only be used for debugging. For normal operation the server should be started using the service system available in the Linux distro. Below is a table of the available options.
Path to create pid file
Path to configuration file
Suppress logging output
Pritunl the version information for the Pritunl installation.
This command will reset the administrator username and password back to
pritunl. It will also remove any single sign-on and two-step authentication settings for the administrator user if enabled.
Pritunl will prevent running a version older then the version that was last used for the database. This prevents potential corruption that could occur when database layout changes are made during updates. If a Pritunl server has been downgraded this command will need to be run to reset the version in the database to the current version. You should contact support before running this command to ensure the downgraded version of Pritunl is still compatible with the current database layout. Before running all servers in the cluster should be stopped.
When custom ssl certificates are improperly configured the Pritunl web console can become inaccessible. This command will reset the ssl certificates and generate a new self signed certificate. Before running all servers in the cluster should be stopped.
During the initial setup of Pritunl the MongoDB uri is set. in the event that the MongoDB server is moved the uri can be reset by running this command. After running the command the Pritunl server will display the initial setup allowing a new MongoDB uri to be set. The server should be stopped before running this command.
This command can be used to set the MongoDB uri. This is helpful for automating Pritunl installations. The server should be stopped before running this command.
This command will allow viewing the logs for all the servers in the Pritunl cluster. Below is a table of the options available.
Archive all the logs to the provided location.
Tails the log output as it occurs.
Sets a limit on the number of lines outputted.
Sets an advanced configuration property using the format
pritunl set category.property value
Clears an advanced configuration property using the format
pritunl unset category.property
Gets the current value of an advanced configuration property using the format
pritunl get category.property
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