1. perhaps instead of saying:|
Currently the only valid sub‐ system is tps.
Currently the only supported sub‐ system is tps.
2.pki [CLI options] <subsystem>-audit
This command is to list the available audit commands the
do you mean
This command is to list the available audit commands of
3.pki [CLI options] <subsystem>-audit-mod --action
This command is to the audit status in the subsystem.
do you mean
This command is to modify the audit status in the
also, what is the audit status? if its enable/disable status, how
This command is to modify the audit system
(enabled/disabled) status in the subsystem.
4. To enable/disable audit in TPS execute the following
try with a punctuation
To enable/disable audit in TPS, execute the following
On 07/17/2015 03:29 PM, Endi Sukma
7/15/2015 5:13 PM, Endi Sukma Dewata wrote:
Thanks for the comments. Please take a
look at the updated patch.
On 7/14/2015 12:17 PM, Matthew Harmsen wrote:
This was a little confusing as the
ticket is for a kra-audit man page.
I think I understand a bit better after reading comment #4,
Yes, the command is removed from all subsystems except TPS
the database upgrade requirement.
still have the following questions/comments:
* What is '<TPS admin authentication>', and how does
one obtain this?
I added a reference to the Authentication section in pki(1) and
explanation that the user must be in the Administrators group.
* The 'pki tps-audit-mod --help'
command shows the following:
usage: tps-audit-mod [OPTIONS...]
--action <action> Action: update (default),
--help Show help options
--input <file> Input file containing audit
--output <file> Output file to store audit
where the man page does not talk about the 'update
for the '--action <action>' option.
One or more EXAMPLES would be nice, although this will
for the first pass at a man page.
To clarify this I created a separate description for each usage:
* pki tps-audit-mod --action <action>
* pki tps-audit-mod --input <file path>
I removed the "update (default)" from the CLI since it can be
Please take a look at the new patch (#623-2). The patch now
contains just the new pki-audit man page and line wrapping in the
pki man page.
The CLI changes to remove the non-working command from non-TPS
subsystems have been posted as a separate patch (#636).