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       sxacl-usernewkey - change (password based) user authentication key


       sxacl usernewkey [OPTIONS] <username> sx://[profile@]cluster


       sxacl  usernewkey  generates a new user authentication key based on a password or a random
       data, which automatically replaces the old one. A normal user can change its own key and a
       cluster administrator can change a key of any user.


       -h, --help
              Print help and exit

              Print help, including hidden options, and exit

       -V, --version
              Print version and exit

       -p, --pass-file=PATH
              By  default  sxacl  works  in  interactive  mode  and asks for the user password on
              standard input. With this option it will read the password from the provided file.

       -a, --auth-file=FILE
              Store authentication key in a given file (instead of printing it).

       -g, --generate-key
              Automatically generate a new key based on a random data instead of a password.

       -b, --batch-mode
              Disable  additional  information  and  only  print  the   automatically   generated
              authentication key.

              By default, the new authentication key is automatically generated. With this option
              one can force the use of an old key. Only a key that was previously  generated  for
              the same username will be accepted.

       -c, --config-dir=PATH
              Path to the SX configuration directory (default: ~/.sx)

       -D, --debug
              Enable debug messages.


       To change the key of user 'joe' run:
           sxacl usernewkey joe sx://admin@cluster


       sxacl-usergetkey(1), sxacl-userlist(1), sxacl-useradd(1), sxacl-userdel(1), sxinit(1)