opendmarc-expire man page

opendmarc-expire — OpenDMARC history data expiration tool

Synopsis

opendmarc-expire [options]

Description

opendmarc-expire expires old records from the database that is part of the OpenDMARC aggregate reporting feature.

Options

--alltables

Expire records in all tables rather than only the large ones.

--dbhost=host

Attempts to connect to the database server on the named host. The default is "localhost".

--dbname=name

Requests a connection to the database called name. The default is "opendmarc".

--dbpasswd=password

Attempts to authenticate to the database server using the specified password. The default is "opendmarc".

--dbport=port

Tries to connect to the database at the specified TCP port. The default is 3306.

--dbuser=user

Attempts to authenticate to the database server as the specified user. The default is "opendmarc".

--expire=days

Indicates the number of days of data to keep.  The default is 180.

--help

Prints a usage message and exits.

--verbose

Requests verbose output.

--version

Prints version number and exits.

Version

This man page covers the version of opendmarc-expire that shipped with version 1.3.2 of OpenDMARC.

See Also

opendmarc(8), opendmarc-import(8)

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