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what is ssl.prm file?

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Hello, I would like to know what is ssl.prm file.. I saw this file in my apache conf dir. what does prm stands for and why we use it? Thanks!
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ssl.prm - contains the parameter files for creating the keys.
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try this
openssl dsaparam -noout -text -in <name>.prm

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Thanks, let me check it :-)
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