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TOMOYO-SAVEPOLICY(8)					  System Administration Utilities				      TOMOYO-SAVEPOLICY(8)

tomoyo-savepolicy - save TOMOYO Linux policy SYNOPSIS
tomoyo-savepolicy [directory] tomoyo-savepolicy [directory] [remote_ip:remote:port] DESCRIPTION
This program saves TOMOYO Linux policy onto disk from kernel memory. The directory /etc/tomoyo/policy/YY-MM-DD.hh:mm:ss is created with four files inside: domain_policy.conf, exception_policy.conf, profile.conf, and manager.conf. The symbolic links /etc/tomoyo/policy/previous and /etc/tomoyo/policy/current are updated to point to the previous and current YY-MM-DD.hh:mm:ss directories respectively. The following symbolic links should exist within the /etc/tomoyo directory: domain_policy.conf -> policy/current/domain_policy.conf exception_policy.conf -> policy/current/exception_policy.conf profile.conf -> policy/current/profile.conf manager.conf -> policy/current/manager.conf policy/current -> policy/YY-MM-DD.hh:mm:ss policy/previous -> policy/YY-MM-DD.hh:mm:ss You can therefore access the current policy files without having to descend into subdirectories, and without having to determine which YY-MM-DD.hh:mm:ss directory is the most recent. If the policy type is specified, this program works similar to cat(1). OPTIONS
-e Print /sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/exception_policy to standard output. -d Print /sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/domain_policy to standard output. -p Print /sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/profile to standard output. -m Print /sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/manager to standard output. -s Print /sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/stat to standard output. directory Save policy to an alternative directory, rather than the default /etc/tomoyo directory. remote_ip:remote_port Save policy on a remote system via an agent waiting at port remote_port on IP address remote_ip. EXAMPLES
Save policy to disk tomoyo-savepolicy Print "/sys/kernel/security/tomoyo/exception_policy" to standard output tomoyo-savepolicy -e Retrieve policy from a remote system and save in a local directory tomoyo-savepolicy /etc/tomoyo/ BUGS
If you find any bugs, send an email to <>. AUTHORS
Tetsuo Handa <> Main author. Jamie Nguyen <> Documentation and website. SEE ALSO
tomoyo-editpolicy-agent(8), tomoyo-loadpolicy(8) See <> for more information. tomoyo-tools 2.5.0 2012-04-14 TOMOYO-SAVEPOLICY(8)

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