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NAME

       keydctl - control an onak keyd instance

SYNOPSIS

       keydctl [ options ] command

DESCRIPTION

       keydctl  is  a  command line client for interacting with a backend keyd
       daemon. It's  intended  to  perform  functions  that  are  specifically
       related  to  keyd  rather  than  being generic keyserver functions. See
       onak(1) for details about how to perform key related operations.

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

       -h     Display help text.

   Commands
       check  Query if keyd is running and accepting commands. Returns 0 if it
              is, 1 otherwise. Outputs nothing to stdout/stderr.

       quit   Request that keyd exits cleanly

       status Display  the  status  of  a running keyd. Currently the protocol
              version in use, when keyd was  started,  the  number  of  client
              connections seen and a breakdown of the commands seen.

FILES

       /etc/onak.conf             default configuration file

NOTES

       This man page could probably do with some more details.

SEE ALSO

       onak(1) keyd(8)

AUTHOR

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

                                                                       KEYD(8)