Installs private key ring.
sminstkey [ inpdir | -d | tarfile]
The sminstkey command expects the private key ring file of the current machine (S.privkr where S is the full TCP/IP machine name) in a directory, or on a diskette archive created by TAR, or in a TAR file, and installs it as /usr/websm/security/SM.privkr.
Note: In case of TAR file or diskette TAR, the private key ring should appear there without a path.
If the source private key ring file is password-encrypted, the command prompts for the password.
You can use Web-based System Manager (wsm) command to access the graphical interface.
|inpdir||The source S.privkr is in the directory inpdir.|
|-d||The source S.privkr is in a diskette archive created by TAR.|
|tarfile||The source S.privkr is in the TAR file tarfile.|
sminstkey /usr/websm/security/tmp sminstkey -d sminstkey /afs/security/privkrs.tar
|/usr/websm/security/SM.privkr||Server private key ring file.|
The smgenkeycr, smgenprivkr, smimpservercert, smlistcerts, and the smserverprop command.
For information on installing the Web-based System Manager, see Chapter 2: Installation and System Requirements in AIX 5L Version 5.1 Web-based System Manager Administration Guide.