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aa-remove-unknown - remove unknown AppArmor profiles
SYNOPSIS
aa-remove-unknown [option]
DESCRIPTION
aa-remove-unknown will inventory all profiles in /etc/apparmor.d/, compare that list to the profiles currently loaded into the kernel, and then remove all of the loaded profiles that were not found in /etc/apparmor.d/. It will also report the name of each profile that it removes on standard out.
OPTIONS
-h, --help
displays a short usage statement.
-n
dry run; only prints the names of profiles that would be removed
EXAMPLES
  $ sudo ./aa-remove-unknown -n
  Would remove 'test//null-/usr/bin/whoami'
  Would remove 'test'
  $ sudo ./aa-remove-unknown
  Removing 'test//null-/usr/bin/whoami'
  Removing 'test'
BUGS
None. Please report any you find to Launchpad at < https://bugs.launchpad.net/
SEE ALSO
apparmor
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