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     hprop — propagate the KDC database


     hprop [-m file | --master-key=file] [-d file | --database=file] [--source=heimdal|mit-dump]
           [-r string | --v4-realm=string] [-c cell | --cell=cell] [-k keytab | --keytab=keytab]
           [-R string | --v5-realm=string] [-D | --decrypt] [-E | --encrypt] [-n | --stdout]
           [-v | --verbose] [--version] [-h | --help] [host[:port]] ...


     hprop takes a principal database in a specified format and converts it into a stream of
     Heimdal database records. This stream can either be written to standard out, or (more
     commonly) be propagated to a hpropd(8) server running on a different machine.

     If propagating, it connects to all hosts specified on the command by opening a TCP
     connection to port 754 (service hprop) and sends the database in encrypted form.

     Supported options:

     -m file, --master-key=file
             Where to find the master key to encrypt or decrypt keys with.

     -d file, --database=file
             The database to be propagated.

             Specifies the type of the source database. Alternatives include:

                   heimdal   a Heimdal database
                   mit-dump  a MIT Kerberos 5 dump file
             +.It Fl k Ar keytab , Fl Fl keytab= Ns Ar keytab The keytab to use for fetching the
             key to be used for authenticating to the propagation daemon(s). The key
             hprop/hostname is used from this keytab.  The default is to fetch the key from the
             KDC database.

     -R string, --v5-realm=string
             Local realm override.

     -D, --decrypt
             The encryption keys in the database can either be in clear, or encrypted with a
             master key. This option transmits the database with unencrypted keys.

     -E, --encrypt
             This option transmits the database with encrypted keys.

     -n, --stdout
             Dump the database on stdout, in a format that can be fed to hpropd.


     The following will propagate a database to another machine (which should run hpropd(8)):

           $ hprop slave-1 slave-2