pki-server man page

pki-server — Command-Line Interface for performing administrative tasks on Certificate System subsystems.

Synopsis

pki-server [CLI options] <command> [command arguments]

Description

The pki-server command provides a command-line interface allowing administrators to perform various administrative operations on the Certificate System instances. These services include starting/stopping instances, enabling/disabling subsystems, performing certain migrations and enabling/disabling startup using nuxwdog.

Operations are performed using file system utilities, and can only be performed by an administrative user on the local host. This utility does not connect to any of the subsystem's WEB or REST interfaces.

Cli Options

--help Prints additional help information.

-d
Displays debug information.
-v
Displays verbose information.

Operations

To view available commands and options, simply type pki-server.

Some commands have sub-commands. To view the sub-commands, type pki-server <command>. To view each command's usage, type pki-server <command> --help.

Files

/usr/sbin/pki-server

See Also

pki-server-instance(1)

Certificate Server instance management commands

pki-server-subsystem(1)

Certificate Server subsystem management commands

pki-server-migrate(1)

Certificate server migration script management commands

pki-server-nuxwdog(1)

Commands to enable/disable startup using nuxwdog.

Authors

Ade Lee <alee@redhat.com>.

Referenced By

pki-server-instance(8), pki-server-migrate(8), pki-server-nuxwdog(8), pki-server-subsystem(8).

July 15, 2015 version 10.2 PKI Administrative Command-Line Interface (CLI)