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ssh-ekview - external key viewer on z/OS
ssh-ekview [options ] provider
With ssh-ekview, you can export certificates from external
key providers such as zos-saf. You can further study
these certificates with ssh-certview.
This helps when you want to generate, for example, entries
for ssh-certd map files. You might need to know the sub-
ject names on the certificate.
With ssh-ekview, you can export the certificate and get
the information you need from the certificates with ssh-
-h Displays a short help.
-i info Uses info as the initialization string for the
-k Prints the keypaths only.
Exports certificates at keypath to files.
-a Exports all found certificates to files.
-b base Uses base when printing integers. For example, the
decimal 10 is 'a' in base-16.
Prints extensive debug information to stderr.
debug_level is either a number, from 0 to 99,
where 99 specifies that all debug information
should be displayed, or a comma-separated list of
assignments of the format ModulePat-
tern=debug_level, for example "*=10,sshd2=2".
This should be the first argument on the command
For example the following command will dump certificates
from the zos-saf provider to files:
ssh-ekview -a -i "keys(ring(TESTUSER1))" zos-saf
SSH Communications Security Corp.
For more information, see http://www.ssh.com.
ssh-certview(1), ssh-certd(8), ssh_certd_config(5)