CSA ciscosecd command line options

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May 17th, 2010
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Can someone pleased advise what the function of the

"-a" and "-r" command line options are when running /opt/CSCOcsa

/ciscosecd ? Usage statment provides no information.

Correct Answer by Scott Fringer about 6 years 11 months ago

From a past discussion with a developer on this question:


-a is normal startup


-r is for auto-restart after an exception is caught (and is used when 'ciscosecd -a' encounters a Linux signal during a crash, it is restarted with -r)


Scott

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Scott Fringer Wed, 05/19/2010 - 04:53
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From a past discussion with a developer on this question:


-a is normal startup


-r is for auto-restart after an exception is caught (and is used when 'ciscosecd -a' encounters a Linux signal during a crash, it is restarted with -r)


Scott

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