pam_abl

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: Oct 13, 2005
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NAME

pam_abl - query or purge the databases used by the pam_abl module  

OVERVIEW

pam_abl [ OPTIONS ] [ CONFIG ]  

DESCRIPTION

Performs maintenance on the databases used by the pam_abl (auto blacklist) module. CONFIG is the name of the pam_abl config file (/etc/security/pam_abl.conf). The config file is read to discover the names of the pam_abl databases and the rules that control purging of old data from them.  

OPTIONS

-h, --help
See a help message
-p, --purge
Purge databases according to purge rules in config
-r, --relative
Display times relative to now otherwise absolute times will be displayed
-v, --verbose
Verbose output
--okuser=USER
Unblock USER
--okhost=HOST
Unblock HOST
 

EXAMPLES

Obtain a list of failed hosts and users:
$ pam_abl
Obtain a full list of failures listing times relative to now:
$ pam_abl -rv
$ pam_abl --relative --verbose
Purge old data:
$ pam_abl -p
$ pam_abl --purge
Unblock all example.com, somewhere.com hosts:
$ pam_abl -v --okhost=*.example.com --okhost=*.somewhere.com
 

AUTHOR

Andy Armstrong <andy@hexten.net>  

SEE ALSO

/usr/share/doc/pam_abl-*/CONFIGURATION  

REPORT BUGS

Please report bugs in English language to the author.  

COPYRIGHT

pam_abl is licensed under GNU General Public License, the complete license you can get at: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html


 

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