GSSPROXY(8) GssProxy Manual pages GSSPROXY(8)NAME
gssproxy - GssProxy Daemon
gssproxy provides a daemon to manage access to GSSAPI credentials.
gssproxy consists of the gssproxy daemon (configured by the gssproxy.conf(5) file) and a GSSAPI interposer plugin (gssproxy-mech(8)).
Become a daemon after starting up.
Run in the foreground, don't become a daemon.
Specify a non-default config file. The default is /etc/gssproxy/gssproxy.conf. For reference on the config file syntax and options,
consult the gssproxy.conf(5) manual page.
Turn on debugging.
Print version number and exit.
Informs the GssProxy to gracefully terminate all of its child processes and then shut down.
Tells the GssProxy to stop writing to its current debug file descriptors and to close and reopen them. This is meant to facilitate log
rolling with programs like logrotate.
SEE ALSO gssproxy.conf(5) and gssproxy-mech(8).
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ods-enforcerd - OpenDNSSEC Policy Enforcer daemon
ods-enforcerd [-c FILE] [-d] [-1] [-P PIDFILE] [-v] [-h]
ods-enforcerd is part of the OpenDNSSEC software. It will enforce any policies that you have set up for zones under the control of
OpenDNSSEC (including the generation of keys if configured to). For more information, go to http://www.opendnssec.org and visit the Docu-
Invoked with no arguments, ods-enforcerd will read the default configuration file /etc/opendnssec/conf.xml and act according to its con-
OPTIONS -c FILE
Use alternate conf.xml.
-d Run in debug mode.
-1 Run once, then exit.
Use alternate process-id file.
-v Print the version, then exit.
-h Show help, then exit.
The ods-enforcerd can be controlled using the ods-control utility. Signals may also be used.
SIGHUP ods-enforcerd runs on a schedule defined in conf.xml; this signal will interrupt that and force the daemon to wake up.
Force the daemon to stop (if it is running it will finish what it is doing first).
The configuration of ods-enforcerd is contained in the conf.xml file; the options available are described in the OpenDNSSEC documentation.
will log all the problems via the standard syslog(8) daemon facility.
default configuration file.
default process-id file.
SEE ALSO ods-auditor(1), ods-control(8), ods-hsmspeed(1), ods-hsmutil(1), ods-kaspcheck(1), ods-ksmutil(1), ods-signer(8), ods-signerd(8), ods-tim-
ing(5), opendnssec(7), http://www.opendnssec.org/
ods-enforcerd was written by John Dickinson and Nominet as part of the OpenDNSSEC project.
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