secauthmigrate - Convert ULTRIX auth(5) authentication
data to authcap(4) authentication data (Enhanced Security)
/usr/sbin/secauthmigrate [options] files
Indicate successful conversions on standard output. Give
a long usage message.
The secauthmigrate utility reads records from the specified
files or from standard input (-). These records must
be formatted according to the ULTRIX auth(Section 5) format.
These can be generated by getauth on ULTRIX, or (for
the Hesiod/BIND master host) can be found in
/var/dss/namedb/src/auth. For each authentication record
found, secauthmigrate will attempt to find a matching
username record for the given UID. If that translation
can be performed, an authcap(4) entry for the extended
profile information for that user is created from the data
in the input record. If the extended profile entry
already exists, then the converted entry is left in
/tcb/files/auth/?/username:ULT rather than overwrite the
entry in /tcb/files/auth/?/username.
If ROOTDIR is defined, it is used instead of / as the root
of the directory tree when creating the
No BSD style (/etc/passwd or NIS data) account exists. If
you need this account, create a BSD style account and run
secauthmigrate again. Extended profile already exists.
Compare the files to determine the differences. If the
differences are not related to the password, use the dxaccounts
program to update the existing file. If the differences
are related to the password, disable logins and edit
the /tcb/files/auth/?/username file. The option you provided
was not recognized. The options are -v and -U. The
-U option provides extensive help.
auth(5) and getauth(8) on ULTRIX
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