opendmarc-expire man page

opendmarc-expire — OpenDMARC history data expiration tool


opendmarc-expire [options]


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


Expire records in all tables rather than only the large ones.
Attempts to connect to the database server on the named host. The default is "localhost".
Requests a connection to the database called name. The default is "opendmarc".
Attempts to authenticate to the database server using the specified password. The default is "opendmarc".
Tries to connect to the database at the specified TCP port. The default is 3306.
Attempts to authenticate to the database server as the specified user. The default is "opendmarc".
Indicates the number of days of data to keep. The default is 180.
Prints a usage message and exits.
Requests verbose output.
Prints version number and exits.


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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