Running the UpdateSignerCerts command
For command-line tools to use an updated certificate, you can run the UpdateSignerCerts command so that the certificate is accepted permanently, and other tools can run without a prompt, making sure that non-attended script executions don't fail or wait for user input for the certificate prompt.
About this task
- Run the command:
UpdateSignerCerts.sh -url https://hostname:port -user IS_admin_user -password IS_admin_password
- The host name of the IBM® InfoSphere® Information Server server, as specified in the common name of the certificate.
- The port number of the IBM InfoSphere Information Server server, specified during installation. The default port number is 9443.
- The InfoSphere Information Server administrator user name (isadmin).
- The password for the InfoSphere Information Server administrator user.
- If the SSL certificate has been properly changed on the
server, you are prompted to accept the new certificate. After the
prompt, enter 1 to accept the certificate permanently.
An example prompt:
The following certificate could not be verified: Owner: CN=server1.example.com, OU=Software Group, O=IBM, C=US Issuer: CN=server1.example.com, OU=Software Group, O=IBM, C=US Serial number: 12A67955 Valid from: Oct 23 2013 Expired to: Oct 21 2014 SHA1 fingerprint: D2:57:88:57:AE:FD:E2:5D:B8:9B:7E:9D:B4:6F:64:46:15:42:D0:0E MD5 fingerprint: 39:9C:82:52:9C:CE:14:64:26:50:E2:F6:2A:19:B3:21 Do you want to accept this certificate permanently (1), for this session only (2), or reject (3) it? (1/2/3):