9.5.9. tpm policy Command

The tpm policy command displays and optionally sets the cluster policy.

Table 9.4. tpm policy Options

OptionDescription
--automatic, --auto, -aUse the --automatic option to set the cluster policy to AUTOMATIC mode. You may also use -a and --auto.
--display, -dUse the --display option to display the current cluster policy. Please note that tpm policy with no arguments will also display the current policy.
--get, -gUse the --get option to display the current cluster policy. Please note that tpm policy with no arguments will also display the current policy.
--list, -lUse the --list option to display the current cluster policy. Please note that tpm policy with no arguments will also display the current policy.
--maintenance, --maint, -mUse the --maintenance option to set the cluster policy to MAINTENANCE mode. You may also use -m and --maint.
--print, -pUse the --print option to display the current cluster policy. Please note that tpm policy with no arguments will also display the current policy.
--show, -sUse the --show option to display the current cluster policy. Please note that tpm policy with no arguments will also display the current policy.

shell> tpm policy
maintenance
shell> tpm policy -a
automatic

The tpm policy command was designed as a replacement for the cctrl set policy command to make it easier to set the cluster policy on the command line.