By default, the Sun Java System Web Server prompts the administrator for the SSL key database password before starting up. If you want the Web Server to be able to restart unattended, you need to save the password in a password.conf file. Be sure that your system is adequately protected so that this file and the key databases are not compromised.
This file is not present by default. You must create it if you need it.
If you are using the internal PKCS#11 software encryption module that comes with the server, type the following:
If you are using a different PKCS#11 module, for example for hardware encryption or hardware accelerators, you will need to specify the name of the PKCS#11 module, followed by the password.