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ACMED(8)		  BSD System Manager's Manual		      ACMED(8)

NAME
     acmed -- ACME client daemon

SYNOPSIS
     acmed [-c|--config	FILE] [-f|--foreground]	[-h|--help] [--log-stderr]
	   [--log-syslog] [--log-level LEVEL] [--pid-file FILE]
	   [--root-cert	FILE] [-V|--version]

DESCRIPTION
     acmed is an Automatic Certificate Management Environment (ACME) client
     daemon which can automatically request and	renew X.509 security certifi-
     cates from	various	Certification Authorities (CA).

     The options are as	follows:

     -c, --config FILE
	     Specify an	alternative configuration file.

     -f, --foreground
	     Runs in the foreground

     -h, --help
	     Prints help information

     --log-stderr
	     Prints log	messages to the	standard error output

     --log-syslog
	     Sends log messages	via syslog

     --log-level LEVEL
	     Specify the log level. Possible values: error, warn, info,	debug
	     and trace.

     --pid-file	FILE
	     Specifies the location of the PID file

     --root-cert FILE
	     Add a root	certificate to the trust store.	This option can	be
	     used multiple times.

     -V, --version
	     Prints version information

FILES
     /etc/acmed/acmed.toml
	     Default acmed configuration file.

SEE ALSO
     acmed.toml(5), tacd(8)

STANDARDS
     -	 R. Barnes, J. Hoffman-Andrews,	D. McCarney, and J. Kasten, Automatic
	 Certificate Management	Environment (ACME), RFC	8555, March 2019.

     -	 R.B. Shoemaker, Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME)
	 TLS Application-Layer Protocol	Negotiation (ALPN) Challenge
	 Extension, RFC	8737, February 2020.

     -	 R.B. Shoemaker, Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME)
	 IP Identifier Validation Extension, RFC 8738, February	2020.

AUTHORS
     Rodolphe BrA(C)ard	<rodolphe@breard.tf>

BSD			       October 10, 2020				   BSD

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