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Syntax for checking the password expiry date of SSL KeyDB file using gsk6cmd

Posted on 2008-10-31
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Websphere MQ Series Version 5.3 is Installed on Solaris 5.9 Box. We are using SSL. I like to check the password expiry date of KeyDB file with the already available gsk6cmd.
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Brian Utterback earned 2000 total points
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I don't see anything obvious in gsk6cmd, although there is a way with gsk7cmd. This suggests to me that it was a deficiency in gsk6cmd that was rectified in gsk7cmd and that gsk6cmd doesn't really have a way.

The best thing I can suggest to you is to change the password and specify a particular expiration time and then note that time and keep track of it manually. If you need it programatically, put the date in a file.
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Yes, even I tried all the ways to find it out. Till now we are doing it manually. Anyway thank you for the suggestion.
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