FreeKB - Create a new stash password file for an IBM Key Database on Linux
Create a new stash password file for an IBM Key Database on Linux

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This assumes you have reviewed IBM GSKit (Global Security Kit) - Getting Started (command line) or IBM iKeyman - Getting Started (GUI).

 


GSKit (command line)

In this example, the password used for the example.kdb file will be stashed. This will create a new file, named example.sth in this example. 

${ihs_home}/gsk8/bin/gsk8capicmd
-keydb
-stashpw
-db example.kdb
-pw your_password

 

Once the STH file exists, then instead of using the -pw <your password> option, the -stashed option can be used, and the password in the STH file will be used. For example, you can used the -stashed option to list the certificates in a Key Database. Notice no parameters follow the -stashed option. Instead, the STH file must reside in the same directory as the Key Database file.

ihs_home/gsk8/bin/gsk8capicmd_64
-cert
-list
-db /path/to/example.kdb
-stashed

 



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