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tadm set-pkcs11-prop common_options --config=config_name (property_name=property_value)+


Use this command to set the PKCS#11 properties. Oracle® Traffic Director introduces an option to instruct Network Security Services (NSS) to bypass the PKCS#11 layer during parts of the SSL/TLS processing. Bypassing the PKCS#11 layer improves performance.


For information about common_options, run the help command.


Specify the name of the configuration to set the PKCS#11 properties.



Specify name=value pairs for one or more properties that you want to define. The name=value pairs should be separated by spaces.

You can set the following PKCS#11 properties:

enabled: Specifies whether the server initializes PKCS#11 tokens, prompting for personal identification numbers (PINs) as necessary.
Values: Default is true if SSL is enabled and false if SSL is disabled.

crl-path: Specifies the directory that contains dynamically updated CRL files.
Values: Name of the directory. If a relative path is used, it is relative to the server's config directory.

allow-bypass: If enabled, the PKCS#11 layer is bypassed during parts of the SSL/TLS processing. Bypassing the PKCS#11 layer enhances performance.
Values: true, false. Default: true.

To reset a property to its default value, do not provide a property value.
For example, property-name=<empty_string>


tadm set-pkcs11-prop --user=admin 
--password-file=./admin.passwd --port=8989 
--no-prompt enabled=false

Exit Codes

The following exit values are returned:

0: command executed successfully

>0: error in executing the command

For more information about exit codes and syntax notations, run the help command.

See Also

help, get-pkcs11-prop, list-tokens, set-token-prop, set-token-pin