|From:||"Luca Stancapiano" <l(dot)stancapiano(at)k-tech(dot)it>|
|Subject:||Re: ssl with pem password|
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> "Luca Stancapiano" <l(dot)stancapiano(at)k-tech(dot)it> writes:
>> hi.....I'm trying to use postgresql in mode ssl and I would to use a
>> private key that uses a pem password. When I launch postgres with
>> postgres user and my server.key and server.crt in my home ,in this mode:
>> echo password | /usr/bin/postmaster -il -p '5432' -D '/home/data'
>> I see this message:
>> Enter PEM pass phrase
>> but I would a thing more automatic without that password request. Is it
> If you want the server to launch without a password, you have to alter
> the server key file to remove its password. See the documentation.
> The above is hardly a more-secure approach, since anyone who can look at
> the script (or happen to see the "echo" executing in ps) can find out
> the password. You might as well rely on file permissions to prevent
> people from getting at the password-less key file.
> regards, tom lane
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sorry but I would really to use the key with password because I use a gpg
system that hide the real password....It's possible with postgres to use a
thing like this?
echo crypted_password | /usr/bin/postmaster -il -p '5432' -D '/home/data'
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