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DOVEADM-DIRECTOR(1)                 Dovecot                DOVEADM-DIRECTOR(1)

       doveadm-director - Manage Dovecot directors

       doveadm [-Dv] director add [-a director_socket_path] host [vhost_count]
       doveadm [-Dv] director flush [-a director_socket_path] host|all
       doveadm  [-Dv]  director  map [-a director_socket_path] [-f users_file]
       doveadm [-Dv] director remove [-a director_socket_path] host
       doveadm [-Dv] director dump [-a director_socket_path]
       doveadm [-Dv] director status [-a director_socket_path] [user]

       doveadm director can be used to manage and query the status of the list
       of  backend  mail  servers where Dovecot proxy can redirect connections

       Global doveadm(1) options:

       -D     Enables verbosity and debug messages.

       -v     Enables verbosity, including progress counter.

       Command specific options:

       -a director_socket_path
              This option is used  to  specify  an  alternative  socket.   The
              option's  argument  is  either  an absolute path to a local UNIX
              domain socket, or a hostname and port (hostname:port), in  order
              to connect a remote host via a TCP socket.

              By   default  doveadm(1)  will  use  the  socket  /var/run/dove-
              cot/director-admin.  The socket may be located in another direc-
              tory,  when  the  default  base_dir  setting  was  overridden in

       host   A mail server's hostname or IP address.

       user   Is a user's login name.  Depending on the configuration, a login
              name may be for example jane or

              The  number  of  "virtual  hosts"  to assign to this server. The
              higher the number is relative to other servers, the more connec-
              tions it gets. The default is 100.

   director add
       doveadm director add [-a director_socket_path] host [vhost_count]

       The command's tasks are:

       *   assign a new mail server to the director.

       *   increase/decrease the vhost_count of an already assigned server.

   director flush
       doveadm director flush [-a director_socket_path] host|all

       doveadm  director  flush  drops  all  user associations either from the
       given host or all hosts.  This command is intended mainly  for  testing

   director map
       doveadm director map [-a director_socket_path] [-f users_file] [host]

       The  command  doveadm director map is used to list current user -> host
       mappings. Note that the director works using 32bit hashes  which  makes
       collisions  quite  likely,  so this command can't reliably list exactly
       which users have recently logged in.

       -f users_file
              Path to a file containing all user names (one per  line).   When
              given no userdb lookup will be performed.  This may be a helpful
              alternative when for example the network connection to the  LDAP
              or SQL server is slow.

       host   Specify a server's IP address or hostname, to list only mappings
              of the given host.

   director remove
       doveadm director remove [-a director_socket_path] host

       Use this command in order to remove the given host from the director.

   director dump
       doveadm director dump [-a director_socket_path]

       Dump the current host configuration as doveadm commands. These commands
       can  be easily run after a full director cluster restart to get back to
       the dumped state.

   director status
       doveadm director status [-a director_socket_path] [user]

       This command is used to show the current usage  of  all  assigned  mail
       When  a user name is given, this command shows which server the user is
       currently assigned to, where the user will be assigned after  the  cur-
       rent saved assignment gets removed and where the user would be assigned
       to if the whole proxy cluster was restarted fresh.

              Dovecot's main configuration file.

              Director specific settings.

       Add a director with vhost count 150 (or  change  existing  one's  vhost
       count to 150):

       doveadm -v director add 150
       2001:db8:543:6861:143::1357: OK

       Remove a director:

       doveadm director remove

       Query the status of mail hosts in a director:

       doveadm director status
       mail server ip       vhosts  users            100    125            100    144            100    115

       Query the status of a user's assignment:

       doveadm director status
       Current: (expires 2010-06-18 20:17:04)
       Initial config:

       This  means  that  the  user is currently assigned to mail server on IP After all of user's  connections  have  logged  out,  the
       assignment  will  be  removed (currently it looks like at 20:17:04, but
       that may be increased). After the assignment has expired, the user will
       next  time be redirected to (assuming no changes to direc-
       tor settings). If the entire Dovecot proxy cluster  was  restarted,  so
       that all of the director configuration would revert back to its initial
       values, the user would be redirected to

       Report bugs, including doveconf -n output, to the Dovecot Mailing  List
       <>.   Information  about reporting bugs is available


Dovecot v2.2                      2013-07-12               DOVEADM-DIRECTOR(1)

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