If you know the name of a file in the directory, you can copy the file from the directory to another location. If you do not know the name of the file, you must change the permission for the directory to include the read permission before you can copy the file. You can use the command
to give read permission to the owner of the directory and subdirectories.
For example, you need to copy the encryption key file named
to a temporary directory to make it accessible to another node in the domain. Run the command
<Informatica installation directory>/isp/config
directory to assign the following permissions: rwx-wx---. You can then copy the encryption key file from the /keys subdirectory to another directory.
After you complete copying the files, change the permissions for the directory back to write and execute permissions. You can use the command
to remove the read permission.
Do not use the -R option to recursively change the permissions for the directory and files. The directory and the files in the directory have different permissions.