Provided by: onak_0.4.6-1_i386 bug

NAME

       keyd - Backend key serving daemon for the onak PGP keyserver

SYNOPSIS

       keyd [ options ]

DESCRIPTION

       keyd  is  a  backend daemon for the onak PGP keyserver. It listens on a
       Unix socket for connections from the various CGI and  mail  front  ends
       and  handles  talking  to the backend database. It is intended to be of
       use in high load keyservers to reduce the time spent in connecting  and
       disconnecting from the key database.

       keyd  is  currently  fairly alpha code; it is only recommended that you
       use it if you know what you are doing.

   Options
       -c FILE
              Use FILE as the config file instead of the default.

       -f     Run in the foreground rather than forking and daemonising.

       -h     Display help text.

FILES

       /etc/onak.conf             default configuration file

NOTES

       This man page could probably do with some more details.

SEE ALSO

       onak(1)

AUTHOR

       onak was written by Jonathan McDowell  <noodles@earth.li>.  It  can  be
       found at http://www.earth.li/projectpurple/progs/onak.html

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