cmkkey - create secondary copy of CFS directory key
cmkkey olddir newdir
cmkkey creates a secondary copy of the key for an encrypted
Cryptographic File System (CFS) directory. The secondary key is
initially the same as the original key, but can be changed with the
Only CFS 1.4 or later directories (and not created with cmkdir -o) can
have secondary key files.
New secondary encyrpted key file.
Link to encrypted directory olddir.
cfsd(8), cattach(1), cmkdir(1), cpasswd(1)
Any symbolic links in olddir are resolved at the time cmkkey is run;
this could cause newdir/..data to break if one of these links moves.
(This can be fixed by re-linking to the correct place by hand).
Matt Blaze; for information on cfs, email to email@example.com.