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Purge stale SSL session data.

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PRAYER-SSL-PRUNE(8)                   System Manager's Manual                 PRAYER-SSL-PRUNE(8)

NAME

prayer-ssl-prune — purge stale SSL session data

SYNOPSIS

prayer-ssl-prune [--config-file file] [[--config-option name=value] ...]

DESCRIPTION

prayer-ssl-prune should be run periodically (e.g. once a day) when using SSL session caching (ssl_session_timeout > 0 in prayer.cf). It removes old transaction logs and stale session data. It accepts the same configuration-overriding options as prayer(8) and prayer-session(8).

ENVIRONMENT

PRAYER_CONFIG_FILE Can be set to specify the configuration file to use.

FILES

/usr/local/prayer/etc/prayer.cf Default configuration file. /var/spool/prayer/ssl_scache/ Default location of the SSL session cache database.

SEE ALSO

prayer(8), prayer.cf(5)

AUTHORS

This manual page was put together by Magnus Holmgren <@debian.org> using documenta‐ tion written by David Carter <@cam.ac.uk>.
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