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PATHFINDERD

PATHFINDERD

Section: (8) Updated: December 23, 2007
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NAME

pathfinderd - RFC3280 Path Discover and Validation Daemon  

SYNOPSIS

pathfinderd [options]
 

DESCRIPTION

pathfinderd is a fully RFC 3280 compliant path discovery and validation daemon, designed to be a centrally manageable point for PKI trust anchors and configuration.  

OPTIONS

pathfinderd support the following options:
-c, --config=ini:filename.ini
UniConf config moniker (default: ini:/etc/pathfinderd.conf)
-d, --daemonize
Fork into background and return (implies --syslog)
--no-syslog
Do not write log entries to syslog
-q, --quiet
Decrease log level (can be used multiple times)
-s, --syslog
Write log entries to syslog
--session
Listen on the session bus (instead of the system bus)
-v, --verbose
Increase log level (can be used multiple times)
-?, --help
Show summary of options.
--usage
Show a short usage message.
-v, --version
Show version of program.
 

SEE ALSO

pathfinderd.conf(3),uniconf.conf(3)
 

AUTHOR

pathfinder was written by Carillon Information Security Inc.

This manual page was written by Patrick Patterson <ppatters@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)


 

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OPTIONS
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