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tiup mirror sign

The tiup mirror sign command is used to sign the metadata files (*.json)defined in TiUP mirror. These metadata files might be stored on the local file system or remotely stored using the HTTP protocol to provide a signature entry.

Syntax

tiup mirror sign <manifest-file> [flags]

<manifest-file> is the address of the file to be signed, which has two forms:

  • Network address, which starts with HTTP or HTTPS, such as http://172.16.5.5:8080/rotate/root.json
  • Local file path, which is a relative path or an absolute path

If it is a network address, this address must provide the following features:

  • Supports the access via http get that returns the complete content of the signed file (including the signatures field).
  • Supports the access via http post. The client adds the signature to the signatures field of the content that is returned by http get and posts to this network address.

Options

-k, --key

  • Specifies the location of the private key used for signing the {component}.json file.
  • Data type: STRING
    • If this option is not specified in the command, "${TIUP_HOME}/keys/private.json" is used by default.

--timeout

  • Specifies the access timeout time for signing through the network. The unit is in seconds.
  • Data type: INT
  • Default: 10

Note:

This option is valid only when <manifest-file> is a network address.

Output

  • If the command is executed successfully, there is no output.
  • If the file has been signed by the specified key, TiUP reports the error Error: this manifest file has already been signed by specified key.
  • If the file is not a valid manifest, TiUP reports the error Error: unmarshal manifest: %s.

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