You can change the authentication key at any time by using the key_manager rekey command. You might want to change the authentication key as part of your security protocol or when moving an aggregate to another storage system.
|If you want to...||Then...|
|Change the authentication key and enter a new one manually||
|Change the authentication key and have the system generate a new one automatically||Enter the following command at the storage system prompt: key_manager rekey -key_tag key_tag|
The following command changes the authentication key and prompts you to enter a new one manually. You can run the disk encrypt show command after completion to verify the results.
storage-system> key_manager rekey -manual Please enter a new passphrase: Please reenter the new passphrase: New passphrase generated. Key ID: 080CDCB2000000000100000000000000B0A11CBF3DDD20EFB0FBB5EE198DB22A Key tag: storage-system Notice: Remember to store the passphrase and the Key ID in a secure location. Passphrase, key ID, and key tag synchronized with the following key server(s): 172.16.132.118 172.16.132.211 Completed rekey on 4 disks: 4 successes, 0 failures, including 0 unknown key and 0 authentication failures.