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qop(4) [bsd man page]

mech(4) 							   File Formats 							   mech(4)

NAME
mech, qop - mechanism and QOP files SYNOPSIS
/etc/gss/mech /etc/gss/qop DESCRIPTION
The /etc/gss/mech and /etc/gss/qop files contain tables showing installed security mechanisms and the Quality of Protection (QOP) associ- ated with them, respectively. As security mechanisms are installed on the system, entries are added to these two files. Contents of these files may be accessed either manually or programmatically. For example, manually with cat(1) or more(1), or programmatically with either rpc_gss_get_mechanisms(3NSL) or rpc_gss_get_mech_info(3NSL). The /etc/gss/mech file contains five fields: mechanism name ASCII string representing the mechanism. object identifier RPC OID for this mechanism. shared library Shared library which implements the services provided by this mechanism. kernel module Kernel module which implements the services provided by this mechanism. library options (optional field) Optional parameters that are interpreted by the individual mechanism with which they are associated. Specific supported options are described in the documentation for the individual mechanism, if any. Not all mechanisms have support for optional parameters. library options must be enclosed in brackets ([ ]) so they may be differentiated from the optional kernel module entries. The /etc/gss/qop file contains three fields: QOP string Name, in ASCII, of this Quality of Protection. QOP value Numeric value by which RPC identifies this QOP. mechanism name ASCII string representing the mechanism with which this QOP is associated. EXAMPLES
Example 1: A Typical Entry in /etc/gss/mech This is a typical entry in a /etc/gss/mech file: kerberosv5 1.2.840.113554.1.2.2 mech_krb5.so kmech_krb5 Example 2: A Typical Entry in /etc/gss/qop This is a typical entry in a /etc/gss/qop file: GSS_KRB5_CONF_C_QOP_DES 0 kerberosv5 SEE ALSO
rpc(3NSL), rpc_gss_get_mechanisms(3NSL), rpc_gss_get_mech_info(3NSL), rpcsec_gss(3NSL) ONC+ Developer's Guide SunOS 5.10 13 May 2003 mech(4)

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mech(4) 							   File Formats 							   mech(4)

NAME
mech, qop - mechanism and QOP files SYNOPSIS
/etc/gss/mech /etc/gss/qop DESCRIPTION
The /etc/gss/mech and /etc/gss/qop files contain tables showing installed security mechanisms and the Quality of Protection (QOP) associ- ated with them, respectively. As security mechanisms are installed on the system, entries are added to these two files. Contents of these files may be accessed either manually or programmatically. For example, manually with cat(1) or more(1), or programmatically with either rpc_gss_get_mechanisms(3NSL) or rpc_gss_get_mech_info(3NSL). The /etc/gss/mech file contains five fields: mechanism name ASCII string representing the mechanism. object identifier RPC OID for this mechanism. shared library Shared library which implements the services provided by this mechanism. kernel module Kernel module which implements the services provided by this mechanism. library options (optional field) Optional parameters that are interpreted by the individual mechanism with which they are associated. Specific supported options are described in the documentation for the individual mechanism, if any. Not all mechanisms have support for optional parameters. library options must be enclosed in brackets ([ ]) so they may be differentiated from the optional kernel module entries. The /etc/gss/qop file contains three fields: QOP string Name, in ASCII, of this Quality of Protection. QOP value Numeric value by which RPC identifies this QOP. mechanism name ASCII string representing the mechanism with which this QOP is associated. EXAMPLES
Example 1: A Typical Entry in /etc/gss/mech This is a typical entry in a /etc/gss/mech file: kerberosv5 1.2.840.113554.1.2.2 mech_krb5.so kmech_krb5 Example 2: A Typical Entry in /etc/gss/qop This is a typical entry in a /etc/gss/qop file: GSS_KRB5_CONF_C_QOP_DES 0 kerberosv5 SEE ALSO
rpc(3NSL), rpc_gss_get_mechanisms(3NSL), rpc_gss_get_mech_info(3NSL), rpcsec_gss(3NSL) ONC+ Developer's Guide SunOS 5.10 13 May 2003 mech(4)

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