File: fetch-crl.sysconfig

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# Configuration file for fetch-crl v2.7.x

# Directory containing .crl_url files and output directory

CRLDIR=/etc/grid-security/certificates
QUIET=yes

# The time in hours for which CRL download failures are accepted
# without printing an error (instead, a warning is generated)
# Default=24hours (used to be 0 for versions <= 2.6.6).
# Can also overridden with the -a command-line argument 
#CRL_AGING_THRESHOLD=24

# Does the path need to be set explicitly, and if so, should we look
# for OpenSSL with the 'old' path? Valid values are "yes", "searchopenssl"
# and "no". Default=yes
#RESETPATHMODE=yes

# Write messages also to syslog using logger(1) if and only if the facility
# name is set. When empty, no syslog messages are generated. Default is
# empty. For valid facility values see logger(1)
#SYSLOGFACILITY=

# The timeout and retry arguments given to wget: 
# ... -t $WGET_RETRIES -T $WGET_TIMEOUT ...
# Default: retries=2, timeout=10
#WGET_RETRIES=2
#WGET_TIMEOUT=10
# Other options to provide to wget after those set above
#WGET_OPTS=

# Overwrite files that ought to have a CRL in them, but for some 
# reason do not. There is a remote possibility that you will overwrite
# the wrong file if you set this to "yes". Leave it to the default "no",
# unless your file system suffers random data corruption. So: "yes" is
# ONLY needed if your file system is rotten!
# Default: no
#FORCE_OVERWRITE=no

# Force printing of all warning messages (usually driven by -v) if set to
# "yes". Default is no.
#ALLWARNINGS=no

# Path to an explicit OpenSSL version to use. Default will look through
# the path (depending on RESETPATHMODE) and Globus location directories
#FETCH_CRL_OPENSSL=<path>

# Path of a download cache directory, *exclusively writable by the user
# running fetch-crl*, where the original downloads are stored. The
# cache is ONLY used if this variable is set. Default is NO cache.
# You will need to manually create this directory first with proper permissions
#CACHEDIR=/var/cache/fetch-crl
#CACHEDIR=${CRLDIR}/cache

# Use the name of the crl_url file to find the name of the crl hash. Default
# is to calculate the has from the CRL data itself. Set to "yes" to enable.
#SLOPPYCRLHASHES=