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CentOS 7.0 - man page for strongimcv_pki---signcrl (centos section 1)

PKI --SIGNCRL(1)						    strongSwan							  PKI --SIGNCRL(1)

pki --signcrl - Issue a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) using a CA certificate and key
pki --signcrl --cakey file|--cakeyid hex --cacert file [--lifetime days] [--lastcrl crl] [--basecrl crl] [--crluri uri] [--digest digest] [[--reason reason] [--date ts] --cert file|--serial hex] [--outform encoding] [--debug level] pki --signcrl --options file pki --signcrl -h | --help
This sub-command of pki(1) is used to issue a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) using a CA certificate and private key.
-h, --help Print usage information with a summary of the available options. -v, --debug level Set debug level, default: 1. -+, --options file Read command line options from file. -k, --cakey file CA private key file. Either this or --cakeyid is required. -x, --cakeyid hex Key ID of a CA private key on a smartcard. Either this or --cakey is required. -c, --cacert file CA certificate file. Required. -l, --lifetime days Days until the CRL gets a nextUpdate, default: 15. -a, --lastcrl crl CRL of lastUpdate to copy revocations from. -b, --basecrl crl Base CRL to create a delta CRL for. -u, --crluri uri Freshest delta CRL URI to include in CRL. Can be used multiple times. -g, --digest digest Digest to use for signature creation. One of md5, sha1, sha224, sha256, sha384, or sha512. Defaults to sha1. -f, --outform encoding Encoding of the created certificate file. Either der (ASN.1 DER) or pem (Base64 PEM), defaults to der. Revoked Certificates Multiple revoked certificates can be added to the CRL by either providing the certificate file or the respective serial number directly. A reason and a timestamp can be configured for each revocation (they have to be given before each certificate/serial on the command line). -r, --reason reason The reason why the certificate was revoked. One of key-compromise, ca-compromise, affiliation-changed, superseded, cessa- tion-of-operation, or certificate-hold. -d, --date ts Revocation date as Unix timestamp. Defaults to the current time. -z, --cert file Certificate file to revoke. -s, --serial hex Hexadecimal encoded serial number of the certificate to revoke.
Revoke a certificate: pki --signcrl --cacert ca_cert.der --cakey ca_key.der \ --reason superseded --cert cert.der > crl.der Update an existing CRL with two new revocations, using the certificate's serial number, but no reason: pki --signcrl --cacert ca_cert.der --cakey ca_key.der \ --lastcrl old_crl.der --serial 0123 --serial 0345 > crl.der
pki(1) 5.1.1 2013-08-12 PKI --SIGNCRL(1)