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ISNSSETUP(8)		    System Manager's Manual		  ISNSSETUP(8)

NAME
       isnssetup  - a simple script to bootstrap an iSNS server, including se-
       curity

SYNOPSIS
       isnssetup

DESCRIPTION
       isnssetup is a command line utility for for bootstrapping your iSNS in-
       stallation.  It	sets  up  the  authentication credentials, sets	up the
       ServerAddress to	be localhost, and registers the	appropriate values  in
       the iSNS	database. The isnssetup	script does not	take any options.

       Running this script performs the	following steps:

       +o      Set  ServerAddress  to  localhost	 and Security to 1 for isnsad-
	      min.conf and isnsdd.conf.

       +o      Initialize security files	by running isnsd --init,  copying  the
	      public  key to the server	key, then restarting the isnsd daemon,
	      so that it sees the new authorization files.

       +o      Registering the control node policy, the	control	 node  itself,
	      and lastly registering the server	policy.

       Note that this script is	supplied as an example,	although you should be
       able to use it directly if you wish. You	have to	be root	 to  run  this
       script successfully.

BUGS
       This script does	not take systemd into account, so you may have to mod-
       ify it to get it	to work	on a modern system.

SEE ALSO
       RFC 4171, isnsadm(8), isnsd(8), isns_config(5).

AUTHORS
       Olaf Kirch <olaf.kirch@oracle.com>

				  4 Dec	2020			  ISNSSETUP(8)

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