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NAME

       certmonger

SYNOPSIS

       certmonger  [-s|-S]  [-L|-l]  [-P  SOCKET]  [-b TIMEOUT|-B] [-n|-f] [-d
       LEVEL] [-p FILE] [-F] [-c cmd] [-v]

DESCRIPTION

       The certmonger daemon monitors certificates for  impending  expiration,
       and  can  optionally  refresh  soon-to-be-expired certificates with the
       help of a CA.  If told to, it can drive the entire  enrollment  process
       from key generation through enrollment and refresh.

       The     daemon     provides     a    control    interface    via    the
       org.fedorahosted.certmonger service, with which client  tools  such  as
       getcert(1) interact.

OPTIONS

       -s     Listen on the session bus rather than the system bus.

       -S     Listen  on  the system bus rather than the session bus.  This is
              the default.

       -l     Also listen on a private socket  for  connections  from  clients
              running under the same UID.

       -L     Listen  only  on  a  private socket for connections from clients
              running under the same UID, and skip connecting to a bus.

       -P     Specify a location for the private  listening  socket.   If  the
              location  beings  with a '/' character, it will be prefixed with
              'unix:path=', otherwise it will be prefixed  with  'unix:'.   If
              this  option  is  not specified, the listening socket, if one is
              created, will be placed in the abstract namespace.

       -b TIMEOUT
              Behave as a bus-activated service: if there are no  certificates
              to be monitored or obtained, and no requests are received within
              TIMEOUT seconds, exit.  Not compatible with the -c option.

       -B     Don't behave as a bus-activated service.  This is the default.

       -n     Don't fork, and log messages to stderr rather than syslog.

       -f     Do fork, and log messages to syslog rather than stderr.  This is
              the default.

       -d LEVEL
              Set  debugging  level.   Higher  values  produce  more debugging
              output.  Implies -n.

       -p FILE
              Store the daemon's process ID in the named file.

       -F     Force NSS to be initialized in FIPS mode.  The default  behavior
              is to heed the setting stored in /proc/sys/crypto/fips_enabled.

       -c cmd After  the  service  has initialized, run the specified command,
              then shut down the service after the command exits.  If  the  -l
              or  -L  option  was also specified, the command will be run with
              the  CERTMONGER_PVT_ADDRESS  environment  variable  set  to  the
              listening socket's location.  Not compatible with the -b option.

       -v     Print version information and exit.

FILES

       The  set  of  certificates  being  monitored or signed is tracked using
       files stored under  /var/lib/certmonger/requests,  or  in  a  directory
       named by the CERTMONGER_REQUESTS_DIR environment variable.

       The   set   of   known   CAs   is  tracked  using  files  stored  under
       /var/lib/certmonger/cas,   or   in   a   directory   named    by    the
       CERTMONGER_CAS_DIR environment variable.

       Temporary  files  will  be  stored  in "/var/run/certmonger", or in the
       directory named by the CERTMONGER_TMPDIR environment variable  if  that
       value was not given at compile time.

BUGS

       Please     file     tickets     for    any    that    you    find    at
       https://fedorahosted.org/certmonger/

SEE ALSO

       getcert(1) getcert-add-ca(1) getcert-add-scep-ca(1) getcert-list-cas(1)
       getcert-list(1)   getcert-modify-ca(1)  getcert-refresh-ca(1)  getcert-
       remove-ca(1)  getcert-request(1)   getcert-resubmit(1)   getcert-start-
       tracking(1)   getcert-status(1)   getcert-stop-tracking(1)  certmonger-
       certmaster-submit(8)        certmonger-dogtag-ipa-renew-agent-submit(8)
       certmonger-dogtag-submit(8)  certmonger-ipa-submit(8) certmonger-local-
       submit(8) certmonger-scep-submit(8) certmonger_selinux(8)