Commit 61f8a4ae authored by Vincent Pelletier's avatar Vincent Pelletier

caucase-moditor: Rename as caucase-updater

"Monitor" is too vague.
parent ef67dafb
......@@ -135,9 +135,9 @@ This command is intended to be used for isolated actions:
It is also able to submit certificate signing requests, retrieve signed
certificates, requesting certificate renewals and updating both
CA certificates and revocation lists, but you may be interested in using
_`caucase-monitor` for this instead.
_`caucase-updater` for this instead.
Reference caucase certificate renewal daemon.
......@@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ caucase-rerequest
Utility allowing to re-issue a CSR using a locally-generated private key.
Intended to be used in conjunction with _`caucase-monitor` when user cannot
Intended to be used in conjunction with _`caucase-updater` when user cannot
generate the CSR on the system where the certificate is desired (ex: automated
HTTPS server deployment), where user is not the intended audience for
caucase-produced certificate:
......@@ -170,7 +170,7 @@ caucase-produced certificate:
- User sends the CSR to the system where the certificate is desired
- User gets caucase-rerequest to run on this CSR, producing a new private key
and a CSR similar to issued one, but signed with this new private key
- From then on, caucase-monitor can take over
- From then on, caucase-updater can take over
This way, no private key left their original system, and user could still
freely customise certificate extensions.
......@@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ This daemon provides access to both CAU and CAS services over both HTTP and
It handles its own certificate issuance and renewal, so there is no need to use
_`caucase-monitor` for this service.
_`caucase-updater` for this service.
......@@ -584,12 +584,12 @@ def probe(argv=None):
if https_ca_pem not in (http_ca_pem, http2_ca_pem):
raise ValueError('http and https do not serve the same caucase database')
def monitor(argv=None):
def updater(argv=None):
Bootstrap certificate and companion files and keep them up-to-date.
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description='caucase monitor - '
description='caucase updater - '
'Bootstrap certificate and companion files and keep them up-to-date',
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ setup(
'console_scripts': [
'caucase = caucase.cli:main',
'caucase-probe = caucase.cli:probe',
'caucase-monitor = caucase.cli:monitor',
'caucase-updater = caucase.cli:updater',
'caucase-rerequest = caucase.cli:rerequest',
'caucase-key-id = caucase.cli:key_id',
'caucased = caucase.http:main',
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