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EXPIRE(1p)                                              User Contributed Perl Documentation                                             EXPIRE(1p)

expire -- expire Interchange session files and databases VERSION
expire [-ra] [-e expr] [-c catalog] [-d dir] [sessiondb] DESCRIPTION
Interchange's "expire" expires the various session database and temporary files used by the Interchange daemon. If the program "tmpwatch" is available, it is called with the appropriate arguments. Otherwise, Interchange will remove all files itself with a recursive routine. OPTIONS
-c name Expires the catalog "name" according to its settings. Removes all temporary files that are in a subdirectory one level below the directory itself. -d dir Sets the directory that will be checked for session files and/or temporary files. -e spec Accepts a Interchange expire time setting like "6 hours", "3 days", etc. The expire time is applied directly to sessions, and may be padded for temporary files. SEE ALSO
expireall(1), AUTHOR
Mike Heins perl v5.14.2 2012-01-23 EXPIRE(1p)

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INTERCHANGECONFIG(1p)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     INTERCHANGECONFIG(1p)

interchangeconfig - Updates Debian specific Interchange configuration files DESCRIPTION
interchangeconfig reads and writes the Interchange configuration files /etc/interchange/features.cfg and /etc/interchange/settings.cfg. The following settings can be changed with "interchangeconfig": "DEBUG" Whether to enable debug mode or not. "FULL_URL" Whether to enable FullUrl configuration directive or not. "ROBOTS" The Interchange Debian package uses a separate configuration file "/etc/interchange/robots.cfg" for the directives "RobotUA", "RobotIP" and "RobotHost". It is recommended to include these settings so Interchange can distinguish between robots and ordinary users. "SWISH" Whether to enable Swish search or not. "SOAP" This setting determines if Interchange starts the SOAP server as well. This is only available if the Perl module SOAP::Lite is installed. "TRAFFIC" You can choose different sets of server parameters ("low", "high" and "rpc"). Any store based on the foundation demo will change its behaviour too. If "rpc" is selected, the Interchange server will run in PreFork mode. AUTHOR
Stefan Hornburg (Racke), SEE ALSO
interchange(1p) perl v5.14.2 2011-03-09 INTERCHANGECONFIG(1p)
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