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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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KMF Plugin Management

The kmfcfg command provides the following subcommands for plugins:

  • list plugin – Lists plugins that are managed by KMF.

  • install plugin – Installs the plugin by the module's path name and creates a keystore for the plugin. To remove the plugin from KMF, you remove the keystore.

  • uninstall plugin – Removes the plugin from KMF by removing its keystore.

  • modify plugin – Enables the plugin to be run with an option that is defined in the code for the plugin, such as debug.

For more information, see the kmfcfg(1) man page. For the procedure, see How to Manage Third-Party Plugins in KMF.

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