Importing a new SHA2+ certificate into Domino keyring based on existing CSR

Tags: sha2 keyring kyr openssl certificates domino import howto
When you renew an existing server certificate using the existing CSR for example to upgrade from the weak SHA1 cypher, the following commands will allow you to import the new server certificate into the existing Domino keyring file.


IBM Domino server running 9.0.1FP3+
IBM Notes clinet running 9.0.1FP3+
The 'new'  keyring tool from www.ibm.com/support/fixcentral (901FP3IF_Keytool.zip)
The new certificate file from your certificate vendor and certificates for all signers in the certificate chain
Access to the keyring files (both .kyr and .sth)


Fun with OSX Storage or How to upgrade to a larger boot disk

Tags: Apple MacBook OSX CoreStorage physical volume resizing increase physical volume howto
Recently I bought a larger SSD for my wife's  2011 MacBook Pro and to avoid having to reinstall everything I created an image of the original SSD using my Ubuntu laptop.
I restored the image onto the new drive,  using gParted I then moved the Recovery Partition to the end of the disk to free space directly following the main OSX partition.
This left only one more thing, to resize the actual OSX partition to use the full size of the new drive.

Unfortunately this wasn't so easy as I first thought.
The tools available to me on my Linux system didn't quite seem up to the task, so I put the drive into the MacBook Pro, and booted into Recovery Mode (Command-R).
No problem there, the Disk Utility saw the drive, but flat out refused to resize it. I could create a new partiition in the unused space, but that wasn't quite what we had in mind.

In recovery I then opened up a terminal window.

The command "diskutil list" showed the full size of the drive and "diskutil cs list" showed there was a smaller physical volume containing  a logical volume "Macintosh HD"

A few Google queries later I found my self trying the (undocumented) diskutil resizedisk / diskutil cs resizevolume commands but both returned errors.

Edit: the command diskutil cs resizedisk returned:  this operation couldn't proceed because the target's boot helper was mounted

After a couple of iterations where I fine tuned my Google query I ended up with the following.