gssproxy man page

gssproxy — GssProxy Daemon

Synopsis

gssproxy [options]

Description

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)).

Options

-D,--daemon

Become a daemon after starting up.

-i,--interactive

Run in the foreground, don't become a daemon.

-c,--config

Specify a config file to use as the main config file (read before the rest of the config directory). The default is to use the file /etc/gssproxy/gssproxy.conf. For reference on the config file syntax and options, consult the gssproxy.conf(5) manual page.

-C,--configdir

Specify a non-default config dir. Files named of the form "##-foo.conf" (that is, beginning with two digits and a dash, and ending in ".conf") will be read in numeric order from this directory, in addition to the config file itself. The default is /etc/gssproxy. For reference on the config file syntax and options, consult the gssproxy.conf(5) manual page.

-s,--socket

Specify a custom default socket name. This socket will be used by all sections that do not define an explicit socket.

-d,--debug

Turn on debugging.

--version

Print version number and exit.

Signals

SIGTERM/SIGINT

Informs the GssProxy to gracefully terminate all of its child processes and then shut down.

SIGHUP

Request a reload of all configuration for gssproxy. If there is an error in the configuration files, the existing configuration will not be replaced; if there is a problem applying the new configuration, gssproxy will exit.

See Also

gssproxy.conf(5) and gssproxy-mech(8).

Authors

GSS-Proxy - http://fedorahosted.org/gss-proxy

Referenced By

gssproxy.conf(5), gssproxy-mech(8), gssproxy_selinux(8).

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