Provided by: prayer_1.2.2.1-5aubuntu1_i386 bug

NAME

     prayer-ssl-prune - purge stale SSL session data

SYNOPSIS

     prayer-ssl-prune [--config-file file] [[--config-option name=value] ...]

DESCRIPTION

     prayer-ssl-prune should be run periodically (e.g. once a day) when using
     SSL session caching (ssl_session_timeout > 0 in prayer.cf).  It removes
     old transaction logs and stale session data.  It accepts the same
     configuration-overriding options as prayer(8) and prayer-session(8).

ENVIRONMENT

     PRAYER_CONFIG_FILE  Can be set to specify the configuration file to use.

FILES

     /etc/prayer/prayer.cf             Default configuration file.
     /var/run/prayer/ssl_scache/       Default location of the SSL session
                                       cache database.

SEE ALSO

     prayer(8), prayer.cf(5)

AUTHORS

     This manual page was put together by Magnus Holmgren
     <holmgren@debian.org> using documentation written by
     David Carter <dpc22@cam.ac.uk>.