Provided by: fnord_1.10-2_i386 bug

NAME

       fnord-ssl-conf - sets up a fnord HTTPS service

SYNOPSIS

       fnord-ssl-conf acct logacct sslacct dir webroot [ ip ]

DESCRIPTION

       fnord-ssl-conf creates the service directory dir that runs sslio(8) and
       the fnord program under tcpsvd(8).  dir must start  with  a  slash  and
       must  not  contain any special characters.  Normally dir is /etc/fnord-
       ssl.

       You can run the HTTPS service under runit’s supervision by  creating  a
       symbolic link in the services directory /var/service/:

       ln -s dir /var/service/

       fnord-ssl-conf  arranges for tcpsvd(8) to listen for TCP connections on
       the address ip:443, and to run  sslio(8)  under  the  uid  and  gid  of
       sslacct,  chroot’ed  in  dir/sslio/, for incoming connections, which in
       turn starts the fnord program under the uid and gid of acct,  chroot’ed
       to  webroot.   The  names acct and sslacct must not contain any special
       characters.

       fnord-ssl-conf  creates  an  automatically  rotated  log  directory  in
       dir/log/main.   The  logs  are  owned by logacct, and the corresponding
       svlogd(8) process runs under the uid and  gid  of  logacct.   The  name
       logacct must not contain any special characters.

SEE ALSO

       fnord-conf(8)

                                                             fnord-ssl-conf(8)