config-encryption

Configures the encryption of sensitive information such as service account passwords.

config-encryption 
[-b value | --bootstrap-config=value] 
[-t value | --tool-password=value] 
[-u | --update-encryption-password] 
[-p value | --new-encryption-password=value] 
[-n | --no-prompt] 
[-f | --force]

Overview

Use this command to configure the encryption of sensitive information such as service account passwords, including changing the encryption password.

Options

Option Optional or Required Default Value Description
-b value
--bootstrap-config=value
Optional none The path to the bootstrap configuration file. See Bootstrap.xml file for more information about this file.
-t value
--tool-password=value
Optional none The configuration tool password used to decrypt the database password in the file bootstrap.xml. If the tool password is omitted, the command prompts the user for it in the console. See Bootstrap.xml file.
-u
--update-encryption-password
Optional none When this flag is specified the encryption password will be updated.
-p value
--new-encryption-password=value
Optional none The new encryption password. If no encryption password is given and the --update-encryption-password flag is given, then the tool will prompt for the password, unless the --no-prompt flag is given.
-n
--no-prompt
Optional none When this flag is specified, the tool will not prompt for any missing password arguments.
-f
--force
Optional none When this flag is specified, the encryption configuration will be updated even if the encryption password in the given bootstrap configuration file does not match the one currently in use.
Warning: Any previously configured secret passwords will have to be reconfigured if this option is used.