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I have AIX 7.1 Installed on my box with MQ Server 7.5, everything is fine but now i want to enable SSL on two queue managers, however gsk7cmd seems to be not installed.

What do i have to check in order to enable/find it?

Any help is greatly appreciated.


which gsk7cmd
which: 0652-141 There is no gsk7cmd in /usr/bin /etc /usr/sbin /usr/ucb /var/mqm/bin /usr/bin/X11 /sbin ..



lslpp -l | grep mq
  mqm.ams.rte                7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Advanced
  mqm.base.runtime           7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Runtime for
  mqm.base.samples           7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Samples
  mqm.base.sdk               7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Base Kit for
  mqm.client.rte             7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Client for
  mqm.ft.agent               7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Managed File
  mqm.ft.base                7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Managed File
  mqm.ft.logger              7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Managed File
  mqm.ft.service             7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Managed File
  mqm.ft.tools               7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Managed File
  mqm.gskit.rte              7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM Global Security Kit for
  mqm.java.rte               7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Java Client,
  mqm.jre.rte                7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Java Runtime
  mqm.msg.en_US              7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Messages -
  mqm.server.rte             7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Server
  mqm.xr.clients             7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry
  mqm.xr.service             7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry
  mqm.base.runtime           7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Runtime for
  mqm.man.en_US.data         7.5.0.0  COMMITTED  IBM WebSphere MQ Man Pages -

dspmqver
Name:        WebSphere MQ
Version:     7.5.0.0
Level:       p000-L120604
BuildType:   IKAP - (Production)
Platform:    WebSphere MQ for AIX
Mode:        64-bit
O/S:         AIX 7.1
InstName:    Installation1
InstDesc:
InstPath:    /usr/mqm
DataPath:    /var/mqm
Primary:     Yes
MaxCmdLevel: 750




Ok, found the answer i'm posting it here in case anyone has the same issue.

The command name gsk7cmd is replaced with runmqckm; gsk7ikm is replaced with strmqikm, and gsk7capicmd is replaced with runmqakm on MQ 7.5.

Hhere you can find more info:

IBM HELP


 runmqckm

No options were specified on the command line.

-Program usage-
Object   Action       Description
------   ------       -----------
-keydb   -changepw    Change the password for a key database
         -convert     Convert the format of a key database
         -create      Create a key database
         -delete      Delete a key database
         -expiry      Display password expiry
         -list        Currently supported types of key database.
         -stashpw     Stash the password of a key database into a file
-cert    -add         Add a CA Certificate
         -create      Create a self-signed certificate
         -delete      Delete a certificate
         -details     Show the details of a specific certificate
         -export      Export a personal certificate and associated private key
                      into a PKCS12 file or a key database
         -extract     Extract a certificate from a key database
         -getdefault  Show the default personal certificate
         -import      Import a certificate from a key database or a PKCS12 file
         -list        List certificates in a key database
         -listsigners List signer certificates delivered with ikeyman
         -modify      Modify a certificate (NOTE: the only field that may be
                      modified is the trust field)
         -populate    Populate with included CA Certificates
         -receive     Receive a certificate
         -rename      Rename a certificate
         -setdefault  Set the default personal certificate
         -sign        Sign a certificate
-certreq -create      Create a certificate request
         -delete      Delete a certificate request from a certificate request
                      database
         -details     Show the details of a specific certificate request
         -extract     Extract a certificate from a certificate request database
         -list        List all certificate requests in a certificate request
                      database
         -recreate    Recreate a certificate request
-seckey  -create      Create a secret key
         -delete      Delete a secret key
         -details     Show the details of a specific secret key
         -export      Export secret keys to a file
         -import      Import secret keys from a file
         -list        List all secret keys in a key database
         -rename      Rename a secret key
-version              Display iKeyman version information
-help                 Display this help text

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