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UPDATE 28 APRIL 2015: THIS ISSUE HAS BEEN FIXED IN ALL SKC VERSIONS GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO RELEASE: 2015.1.14652 Trial versions of our KMIP SKC client expects that all ciphers are enabled in the OpenSSL library in use. This allows the trial user t...
INTRODUCTION We recommend building and running the KMIP examples as the first step to get familiar with the SKC Toolkit. The examples are easy to build and makefiles (solution files on windows) are provided. A little bit of preparation and configurati...
If you find that the product installer is exiting immedaitley when run on a non-windows platform, the likely cause may be that the platform you are running on does not have support for running 32bit executables. You can use strace to verify that th...
P6R's Secure KMIP Client (SKC) requires the libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll OpenSSL files. These files must be provided by the customer, and need to be the proper "bitness" to match the bitness of the P6R's DLLs in use (32 or 64 bit DLLs). We recommend that...
If when running the p6pkcs11tool command line program it hangs, there a couple possible reasons. UNCLEAN SHUTDOWN If for some reason the tool crashed or was killed, it could leave an orphaned semaphore causing the tool to hang. The semaphore is used t...
Currently, our keystore can use one of two databases: Sqlite or Postgress, which is determined via configuration. When using Sqlite we advise not to put the resulting database on NFS. There is a FAQ from the Sqlite we site: https://www.sqlite.org/faq....
Our current shipping KMIP SKC product supports the following versions of OpenSSL: Any 1.0.1X (where 1.0.1j is an example) should work fine. Both 32 bit and 64 bit versions for Linux and Windows are supported. We support what is on the OpenSSL web s...
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