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  • #6429
    Server General
    Keymaster

    Why don’t I see any files in my protected directory?

    #6431
    Server General
    Keymaster

    A) Did you just reboot your server?

    B) Are you logged in as “sgadmin” user?

    If A is not true and B is true, then you must restart the Server General service via the “policy-start” command. Remember only the authorized Data Administrator can start the service.

    $ sudo srvg policy-start -p -d [-D ]

    Please, remember that only authorized users can see the protected files.

    #6432
    Server General
    Keymaster

    How do I figure out which policies are defined?

    #6433
    Server General
    Keymaster

    You can run the “policy-status” command.

    [email protected]:~$ sudo srvg policy-status -A
    Please enter your current SO Master Key (“SMK”):

    Policies of all Data Administrators
    =============================================

    1: DataAdmin1
    —————————————

    Policy security_policy_mysql RUNNING
    ———————————————–
    /var/lib/mysql ==> /vault/serverg/security_policy_mysql0
    /var/log/mysql ==> /vault/serverg/security_policy_mysql1

    In this case, the policy name is “security_policy_mysql”.

    #6434
    Server General
    Keymaster

    Where is my data encryption key stored?

    #6435
    Server General
    Keymaster

    Nowhere. The data encryption key is reconstituted once you enter your DMK or SMK. The encrypted version of your data encryption key is stored within the key locker.

    #6436
    Server General
    Keymaster

    Where do you store the log files?

    #6437
    Server General
    Keymaster

    A) Did you just reboot your server?

    B) Are you logged in as “sgadmin” user?

    If A is not true and B is true, then you must restart the Server General service via the “policy-start” command. Remember only the authorized Data Administrator can start the service.

    $ sudo srvg policy-start -p -d [-D ]

    Please, remember that only authorized users can see the protected files.

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