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Turbo-CRL Readme ---------------- Turbo-CRL is a tool for fetching revocation lists for a given collection of certificates (in openssl 'hashdir' format). Turbo-CRL is GPLv3 licensed, see COPYING for details. ** This tool is provided with no warranty what-so-ever, implied or otherwise. ** Installation ------------ The installation should be fairly straight forward, on RHEL you need the following packages installed, they can all be found in the base repos. - openssl - python Just copy the turbo-crl.py to a suitable binary directory (like /usr/bin) or build the spec file and install the RPM. Usage ----- You can run turbo-crl.py manually just by providing a certificate directory as the only argument: turbo-crl.py /etc/grid-security/certificates It is also possible to run Turbo-CRL using cron, this should simply be a case of copying the example turbo-crl.cron to /etc/cron.d, customising it as necessary. The RPM will automatically install this cron job for you. See "turbo-crl.py --help" (or just read the source) for a full list of options. Bugs ---- There are certainly many bugs. Please send any bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject starting "TCRL Bug", remembering to include as much detail as possible. Uninstallation -------------- If for any reason you want to return to using other tools, you simply need to remove all of the .r0 files and .r0 symlinks from your certificate directory. This can be easily achieved by doing an "rm -f *.r0".