kdb_util(8krb)kdb_util(8krb)Namekdb_util - Kerberos database utility
/var/dss/kerberos/bin/kdb_util operation filename [ database ]
Function to perform on the database. The operation argument
must be one of the following values:
load Converts the database in file filename, to format and
overwrites the database specified.
dump Converts the database into form, and writes the result
to file, filename.
Performs the same function as dump, and creates the
file when finished. The is used by to determine if a
slave_dump is in progress, or if it did not complete
Prompts you for the old key of the Kerberos database as
well as a new master key. It converts the database
into format and, at the same time, decrypts those sec‐
tions of the database encrypted with the old master key
and re-encrypts them with the new master key. The
result is written to the file, filename.
filename The name of the source file for the load operation or the des‐
tination file for the operations: dump, slave_dump, and
database The name of the database. If the argument is not included,
the Kerberos database is stored in files and by default.
The command allows the Kerberos administrator to perform several func‐
tions on the entire Kerberos database of a master or slave Kerberos
server in one operation. The database argument specifies the name of
the Kerberos database. The Kerberos database utility reads from and
writes to the Kerberos database and, in addition, it reads from and
writes to a file in format: filename. A file is an ASCII representa‐
tion of a Kerberos database. The functions that can be specified by
the operation argument are listed in the Arguments section.
Whenever the Kerberos database is changed by the modification time of
is updated. The file indicates the age of the database.
krb_dbase(5krb), kdb_init(8krb), kdb_edit(8krb),