Sample Execution for the AIX Package Installer
The sample execution shows the installation of a Privilege Management for Unix and Linux submit host, run host, and shared libraries using the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux AIX package installer.
This sample execution is divided into the following parts:
- Generate the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux settings files.
- Create the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux configuration package using the pbcreateaixcfgpkg program.
- Install the component packages using the installp -ad command.
- Install the configuration package using the installp -ad command.
- Use syncwpar to propagate additional AIX global environment packages to shared workload partitions (WPARs). WPARS are available with AIX v6.1 and higher.
Generate the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux Settings Files
This section of the execution shows the generation of the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux settings files (pb.key, pb.cfg, and pb.settings) and also displays the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux installation menu. This output was generated using the pbinstall program with the -z option.
# ./pbinstall -zlr Starting pbinstall main() from /opt/bt_pkg/powerbroker/v9.4/pmul_aix52+_9.4.3-18/install/. aix52+ WARNING: When creating configuration packages to be installed on AIX WPARs, care must be taken to set log file directories to WPAR-writable partitions. The default AIX shared WPAR has the following read-only and/or shared partitions, although configuration can vary: /usr /opt /proc ThePrivilege Management for Unix and Linux log file default directory for AIX WPARs is '/var/adm'. Privilege Management for Unix and Linux Settings File Generation Please read thePrivilege Management for Unix and Linux Installation Instructions before proceeding. Checking MANIFEST against release directory Press return to continue The Registry Name Service ofPrivilege Management for Unix and Linux facilitates location of other services within the PBUL enterprise with the aid of a centralized data repository. IMPORTANT: client registration is required if this is not the Primary Server and you intend to use Registry Name Services. Do you wish to utilize Registry Name Service? [yes]? no BeyondTrust Privilege Management for Unix and Linux Installation Menu Opt Description [Value] 1 Install Everything Here (Demo Mode)? [no] 2 Install License Server? [no] 3 Install Registry Name Services Server? [no] 4 Install Client Registration Server? [no] 5 Install Policy Server Host? [yes] 6 Install Run Host? [yes] 7 Install Submit Host? [yes] 8 Install PBSSH [yes] 10 Install Log Host? [yes] 11 Enable Logfile Tracking and Archiving? [yes] 12 Is this a Log Archiver Storage Server? [no] 13 Is this a Log Archiver Database Server? [no] 14 Install File Integrity Monitoring Polic... [no] 15 Install REST Services? [yes] 16 List of License Servers [*] 19 Path to Password Safe 'pkrun' binary  23 Install Synchronization program? [yes] 25 Install Secure GUI Host? [yes] 26 Install Utilities: pbvi, pbnvi, pbmg, p... [yes] 27 Install pbksh? [yes] 28 Install pbsh? [yes] 29 Install man pages? [no] 30 Will this host use a Log Host? [yes] 31 AD Bridge Integration? [no] 37 Integration with BeyondInsight? [no] 55 Synchronization program can be initiate... [yes] 56 Daemons location [/usr/sbin] 57 Number of reserved spaces for submit pr...  58 Administration programs location [/usr/sbin] 59 User programs location [/usr/local/bin] 60 GUI library directory [/usr/local/lib/pbbuilder] 61 Policy include (sub) file directory [/opt/pbul/policies] 62 Policy file name [/opt/pbul/policies/pb.conf] 65 Log Archive Storage Server name  67 Log Archiver Database Server name  69 Logfile Name Cache Database file path? [/opt/pbul/dbs/pblogcache.db] 70 REST Service installation directory? [/usr/lib/beyondtrust/pb/rest] 71 Install REST API sample code? [no] 73 Pblighttpd user [pblight] 75 Pblighttpd user UID  76 Pblighttpd user GID  78 Configure systemd? [yes] 79 Command line options for pbmasterd [-ar] 80 Policy Server Delay  81 Policy Server Protocol Timeout [-1] 82 pbmasterd diagnostic log [/var/log/pbmasterd.log] 83 Eventlog filename [/var/log/pb.eventlog] 84 Configure eventlog rotation via size?  85 Configure eventlog rotation path?  86 Configure eventlog rotation via cron? [no] 87 Validate Submit Host Connections? [no] 88 List of Policy Servers to submit to [kandor] 89 pbrun diagnostic log? [none] 90 pbssh diagnostic log? [none] 91 Allow Local Mode? [yes] 92 Additional secured task checks? [no] 93 Suppress Policy Server host failover er... [yes] 94 List of Policy Servers to accept from [kandor] 95 pblocald diagnostic log [/var/log/pblocald.log] 96 Command line options for pblocald  97 Syslog pblocald sessions? [no] 98 Record PTY sessions in utmp/utmpx? [yes] 99 Validate Policy Server Host Connections? [no] 100 List of Log Hosts [kandor] 101 Command line options for pblogd  102 Log Host Delay  103 Log Host Protocol Timeout [-1] 104 pblogd diagnostic log [/var/log/pblogd.log] 105 List of log reserved filesystems [none] 106 Number of free blocks per log system fi...  107 Command line options for pbsyncd  108 Sync Protocol Timeout [-1] 109 pbsyncd diagnostic log [/var/log/pbsyncd.log] 110 pbsync diagnostic log [/var/log/pbsync.log] 111 pbsync sychronization time interval (in...  112 Add installed shells to /etc/shells [no] 113 pbksh diagnostic file [/var/log/pbksh.log] 114 pbsh diagnostic file [/var/log/pbsh.log] 115 Stand-alone pblocald command [none] 116 Stand-alone root shell default iolog [/pbshell.iolog] 117 Command line options for pbguid  118 Command line options for secure pbsguid  119 pbguid and pbsguid diagnostic log [/var/log/pbguid.log] 120 pbguid and pbsguid site configuration file [none] 121 Use syslog? [yes] 122 Syslog facility to use? [LOG_AUTHPRIV] 123 Base Daemon port number  124 pbmasterd port number  125 pblocald port number  126 pblogd port number  127 pbguid port number  128 Secure pbsguid port number  129 pbsyncd port number  130 REST Service port number  131 Add entries to '/etc/services' [yes] 132 Allow non-reserved port connections [yes] 133 Inbound Port range [1025-65535] 134 Outbound Port range [1025-65535] 137 Network encryption options [aes-256:keyfile=/etc/pb.key] 138 Event log encryption options [none] 139 I/O log encryption options [none] 140 Report encryption options [none] 141 Policy file encryption options [none] 142 Settings file encryption type [none] 143 REST API encryption options [aes-256:keyfile=/etc/pb.re...] 144 Configure with Kerberos v5? [no] 150 Enforce High Security Encryption? [yes] 151 Use SSL? [yes] 152 SSL Configuration? [requiressl] 153 SSL pbrun Certificate Authority Directory? [none] 154 SSL pbrun Certificate Authority File? [none] 155 SSL pbrun Cipher List? [HIGH:!SSLv2:!3DES:!MD5:@ST…] 156 SSL pbrun Certificate Directory? [none] 157 SSL pbrun Certificate File? [none] 158 SSL pbrun Private Key Directory? [none] 159 SSL pbrun Private Key File? [none] 160 SSL pbrun Certificate Subject Checks? [none] 161 SSL Server Certificate Authority Direct... [none] 162 SSL Server Certificate Authority File? [none] 163 SSL Server Cipher List? [HIGH:!SSLv2:!3DES:!MD5:@ST...] 164 SSL Server Certificate Directory? [none] 165 SSL Server Certificate File? [/etc/pbssl.pem] 166 SSL Server Private Key Directory? [none] 167 SSL Server Private Key File? [/etc/pbssl.pem] 168 SSL Server Certificate Subject Checks? [none] 169 SSL Certificate Country Code [US] 170 SSL Certificate State/Province [AZ] 171 SSL Certificate Location (Town/City) [Phoenix] 172 SSL Certificate Organizational Unit/Dep... [Security] 173 SSL Certificate Organization [BeyondTrust] 174 Configure Privilege Management for Unix... [no] 175 Install BeyondTrust built-in third-part... [yes] 176 BeyondTrust built-in third-party librar... [/usr/lib/beyondtrust/pb] 188 Use PAM? [no] 196 Allow Remote Jobs? [yes] 197 UNIX Domain Socket directory [none] 198 Reject Null Passwords? [no] 199 Enable TCP keepalives? [no] 200 Name Resolution Timeout  N for the next menu page, P for the previous menu page, C to continue, X to exit Please enter a menu option [For technical support call 1-800-234-9072]> c no such map in server's domain No submitmasters was specified and no NIS netgroup called pbsubmitmasters found Privilege Management for Unix and Linux needs to know the submitmasters(s) to work. ThePrivilege Management for Unix and Linux programs need to know which Policy Server Host(s) you have decided to allow to act as submitmaster(s) for this machine. Submitmasters take requests for secured tasks from Submit Hosts, accept or reject them, and pass the accepted requests to a Run Host. To locate submitmasters, programs look for a setting in the settings file containing the names of the submitmaster machines or a netgroup called pbsubmitmasters. Enter Policy Server list (submitmasters): aix52-ca012-05.unix.symark.com no such map in server's domain No acceptmasters was specified and no NIS netgroup called pbacceptmasters found Privilege Management for Unix and Linux needs to know the acceptmasters(s) to work. ThePrivilege Management for Unix and Linux programs need to know which Policy Server Host(s) you have decided to allow to request execution of secured tasks to this machine. Hosts on the acceptmasters list are the Policy Server Hosts which are allowed to make secured task requests to this machine. To do this, programs look for a setting in the settings file containing the names of the acceptmasters machines or a netgroup called pbacceptmasters. Enter Incoming Policy Server list (acceptmasters): aix52-ca012-05.unix.symark.com no such map in server's domain No log hosts was specified and no NIS netgroup called pblogservers foundPrivilege Management for Unix and Linux needs to know the log hosts(s) to work. ThePrivilege Management for Unix and Linux programs need to know which machine(s) you have selected as Log Host(s). Log Hosts are hosts which Policy Servers select for Run Hosts to do event and I/O logging. To do this, pbmasterd looks for the setting logservers in the settings file. This setting contains the names of the Log Host machines or a netgroup. Current installation settings for Log Server(s): Enter Log Server list (logservers): aix52-ca012-05.unix.symark.com Generating key file /opt/bt_pkg/powerbroker/v9.4/pmul_aix52+_9.4.3-18/install/settings_files/pb.key... Are all the installation settings correct [yes]? Generating config file /opt/bt_pkg/powerbroker/v9.4/pmul_aix52+_9.4.3-18/install/settings_files/pb.cfg Creating the settings file creation script Running settings file creation script Creating settings file /opt/bt_pkg/powerbroker/v9.4/pmul_aix52+_9.4.3-18/install/settings_files/pb.settings Generated settings files are in directory: /opt/bt_pkg/powerbroker/v9.4/pmul_aix52+_9.4.3-18/install/settings_files Privilege Management for Unix and Linux Settings File Generation completed successfully.