lstskey - list trusted system key information
lstskey -m managed-system [-F [attribute-names] [--header]] [--help]
lstskey lists trusted system key information for the managed-system. The trusted system key is used for virtual Trusted Platform Module (vTPM) data encryption.
-m The name of the managed system for which to list trusted system key information. The name may either be the user-defined name for the managed system, or be in the form tttt-mmm*sssssss, where tttt is the machine type, mmm is the model, and sssssss is the serial number of the managed system. The tttt-mmm*sssssss form must be used if there are multiple managed systems with the same user-defined name. -F A delimiter separated list of attribute names for the desired attribute values to be displayed. If no attribute names are specified, then values for all of the attributes will be displayed.
When this option is specified, only attribute values will be displayed. No attribute names will be displayed. The attribute values displayed will be separated by the delimiter which was specified with this option.
This option is useful when only attribute values are desired to be displayed, or when the values of only selected attributes are desired to be displayed.
--header Display a header record, which is a delimiter separated list of attribute names for the attribute values that will be displayed. This header record will be the first record displayed. This option is only valid when used with the -F option. --help Display the help text for this command and exit.
List the trusted system key information for managed system system1:
lstskey -m system1
|Linux||LSTSKEY (1)||October 2011|