I have a question regarding the ability to clean up the service provisioning settings
found in /var/lib/connman/*/settings. As far as I understand, these files are internal to
connman and shouldn't be manipulated manually. However, I'd like to remove old
service settings frequently to prevent old and unnecessary SSID/psk combinations from
staying on the device for long periods of time.
I've noticed that when switching network connections, the old service settings remain
in /var/lib/connman, even if I use the service Remove() DBus method. Is it possible to
remove these settings files using the DBus API?
If not, is it safe for me to remove the service directories from the filesystem manually
after using DBus Remove method to remove the service?
Lastly, could you tell me a bit more about the normal behavior of the provisioning
settings, such as when those files are removed by connman (if at all)?
Thanks in advance for any information you can provide!