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       corosync-qnetd-certutil - tool to generate qnetd TLS certificates


       corosync-qnetd-certutil [-i|-s] [-c certificate] [-n cluster_name]


       corosync-qnetd-certutil  is a frontend for the NSS certutil, it is used for generating the
       QNetd CA (Certificate Authority), server certificate and signing cluster certificate  used
       by corosync-qdevice when using the model 'net'.


       -i     Initialize  the QNetd NSS certificate database and generate the QNetd CA and server
              certificates.  The default directory for the database is /etc/corosync/qnetd.  This
              directory  must  be writeable by the current user. The QNetd CA certificate is also
              exported into the file /etc/corosync/qnetd/nssdb/qnetd-cacert.crt.

       -s     Sign the cluster certificate.  It  is  necessary  to  pass  the  cluster  name  (as
              configured  in corosync.conf) and the certificate request file - see options below.
              The     signed     certificate     will     be     written     to     the      file

       -c     Certificate request file to sign.

       -G     Do  not  set  group  write bit for new files. This option has effect only when used
              together with -i option. It is useful when extended security  is  needed  and  it's
              viable  to  prohibit daemon to change its configuration. Expected usage is to first
              set owner of the /etc/corosync/qnetd directory to root:$COROQNETD with  permissions
              0750 and then create database (as a root):

              # corosync-qnetd-certutil -i -G

       -n     Name of the cluster.


       If  qnetd  is executed by a non root user, /etc/corosync/qnetd and its subdirectories must
       be owned by (or have group access for)  the  given  user.  If  corosync-qnetd-certutil  is
       executed as root it tries to copy the owner and group of /etc/corosync/qnetd to all of the
       created files.


       corosync-qnetd(8) corosync-qdevice(8)


       Jan Friesse

                                            2016-06-28                 COROSYNC-QNETD-CERTUTIL(8)