The healthcheck.conf configuration file is used to set the defaults when running pki-healthcheck tool.
The configuration options are not case sensitive. The values may be case sensitive, depending on the option.
Blank lines are ignored. Lines beginning with # are comments and are ignored.
Valid lines consist of an option name, an equals sign and a value. Spaces surrounding equals sign are ignored. An option terminates at the end of a line.
Values should not be quoted, the quotes will not be stripped.
# Wrong - don't include quotes verbose = "True" # Right - Properly formatted options verbose = True verbose=True
Options must appear in the section named [default] or [dogtag]. There are no other sections defined or used currently.
Options may be defined that are not used. Be careful of misspellings, they will not be rejected.
The following options are relevant for the healthcheck tool:
The number of days left before a certificate expires to start displaying a warning. The default is 28.
The name of the PKI instance. The default is pki-tomcat
cert_expiration_days = 30
instance_name = pki-tomcat
Dinesh Prasanth M K <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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