How to use terminal to change mac-cache-ttl
benjamin at py-soft.co.uk
Mon Oct 17 23:41:20 CEST 2011
On 12 October 2011 16:44, Vortran66 <americabrazil1234 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I realize now that changing the cache values involves a little more than
> changing a few values and that I am probably in
way over my head.
Open a terminal and type "man gpg-agent". Make a note of any ttl values you
want to set, eg:
Set the time a cache entry is valid to n seconds. The
is 600 seconds.
Set the time a cache entry used for SSH keys is valid to n
onds. The default is 1800 seconds.
Set the maximum time a cache entry is valid to n seconds.
this time a cache entry will be expired even if it has
accessed recently. The default is 2 hours (7200 seconds).
Set the maximum time a cache entry used for SSH keys is valid
n seconds. After this time a cache entry will be expired
if it has been accessed recently. The default is 2 hours
Then type "nano ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf" at the command prompt and enter the
values you want without the preceding dashes, for example:
Then kill any existing gpg-agent with "kill gpg-agent". As you are using
gpg-tools, you may wish to direct your query to their email list -
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