SKEYPRUNE(8) BSD System Manager's Manual SKEYPRUNE(8)
skeyprune - prune zeroed and old entries from S/Key database
skeyprune searches through the S/Key database, /etc/skey, and prunes out entries that have been zeroed out via skeyinit(1) as well as entries that have not been modified in days days. If days is not specified, only in- valid entries are pruned. If a malformed entry is encountered, or if the file mode/type is in- correct, an error is printed to the standard error.
/etc/skey directory containing S/Key user entries
The following errors are cause for concern. Can't cd to /etc/skey The S/Key database directory, /etc/skey, does not exist. The su- peruser may create it by running "skeyinit -E". Can't open user The user's entry was found in /etc/skey but it could not be opened. user is not a regular file The user's entry is not a regular file. Bad mode for user The user's entry had a bad file mode (should be 0600). Bad link count for user. The user's entry had a bad link count (should be 1). Invalid entry for user The user's entry was not of the correct format, as specified by skey(5).
skey(1), skeyinit(1), skey(5) MirOS BSD #10-current May 16, 2002 1
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