Defining a secattrs resource

You can use the following command-line syntax and attributes for defining a secattrs resource.

The command line syntax for defining a secattrs resource is as follows:
nim -o define -t secattrs -a server=server_name \
-a location=secattrs_file_location secattrs_object_name
After the secattrs resource is defined, you can use the secattrs resource to allocate the resource and create a WPAR, as follows:
nim -o create -a secattrs=secattrs_object_name client_name

The following attributes are required for the secattrs resource:

Item Description
-a location=Value Specifies the full path name of the file being defined as the secattrs resource.
-a server=Value Specifies the name of the machine where the file for the secattrs resource resides.

The following attributes are optional for the secattrs resource:

Item Description
-a comments=Value Describes the resource.
-a source=Value Specifies an existing secattrs resource to be replicated when defining a new resource. The file pointed to by the source resource will be copied to the new location.
-a nfs_versValue Specifies the NFS protocol version required for NFS access.
-a nfs_secValue Specifies the security method required for NFS access.