tarsnap-keyregen (1) - Linux Man Pages
tarsnap-keyregen: generate a key file for use with
NAMEtarsnap-keyregen - generate a key file for use with tarsnap-recrypt1
SYNOPSIS--keyfile key-file --oldkey old-key-file --user user-name --machine machine-name [--passphrased ] [--passphrase-mem maxmem ]
DESCRIPTIONgenerates a set of cryptographic keys which are compatible with an existing set of cryptographic keys, registers with the tarsnap server, and writes a key file for use with tarsnap-recrypt1 and tarsnap(1). The term Qq compatible here means that it is possible to re-encrypt archives stored with the first set of keys to be stored with the second set of keys.
The --keyfile --user --machine and --oldkey parameters are all required.
If the --passphrased option is specified, the user will be prompted to enter a passphrase (twice) to be used to encrypt the key file.
If the --passphrase-mem maxmem option is specified, a maximum of maxmem bytes of RAM will be used in the scrypt key derivation function to encrypt the key file; it may be necessary to set this option if a key file is being generated on a system with far more RAM than the system on which the key file will be used.
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