This program is experimental and its interface is subject to change.
nix store info - test whether a store can be accessed
nix store info [option...]
Test whether connecting to a remote Nix store via SSH works:
# nix store info --store ssh://mac1
Test whether a URL is a valid binary cache:
# nix store info --store https://cache.nixos.org
Test whether the Nix daemon is up and running:
# nix store info --store daemon
This command tests whether a particular Nix store (specified by the
--store url) can be accessed. What this means is
dependent on the type of the store. For instance, for an SSH store it
means that Nix can connect to the specified machine.
If the command succeeds, Nix returns a exit code of 0 and does not print any output.
Produce output in JSON format, suitable for consumption by another program.
Set the logging verbosity level to 'debug'.
Set the format of log output; one of
Print full build logs on standard error.
Decrease the logging verbosity level.
Increase the logging verbosity level.
Show usage information.
Disable substituters and consider all previously downloaded files up-to-date.
Set the Nix configuration setting name to value (overriding
Consider all previously downloaded files out-of-date.
Show version information.
man nix.conffor overriding configuration settings with command line flags.