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What do the values from SSL CLIENT VERIFY mean?

9:02 am on Dec 18, 2012 (gmt 0)

If you enable ssl in apache, you can verify a client certificate. If so apache will create a environment variable for you with the name 'SSL_CLIENT_VERIFY' with values 'NONE, SUCCESS, GENEROUS or FAILED:reason'. See [httpd.apache.org...]

What is the meaning of this different values?