gramine-sgx-sign – Gramine SIGSTRUCT generator


gramine-sgx-sign [OPTION]… –output output_manifest –key key_file –manifest manifest_file


gramine-sgx-sign is used to expand Trusted Files and generate signature file for given input manifest and libpal file (main Gramine binary).

Command line arguments

--help, -h

Show help and exit.

--output output_manifest, -o output_manifest

Path to the output manifest file (with Trusted Files expanded).

--key key_file, -k key_file

Path to the private key used for signing.

--manifest manifest_file, -m manifest_file

Input manifest file.

--date <YYYY-MM-DD>|today

Set specific date to be put into SIGSTRUCT. If not given, or the value is literal today, then current day according to system calendar is used. Otherwise expects <YYYY>-<MM>-<DD>. The date needs not to be a valid day, it will happily accept --date 0000-00-00, e.g. for reproducible builds.

--libpal libpal_path, -l libpal_path

Path to libpal file (main Gramine binary).

--sigfile sigfile, -s sigfile

Path to the output file containing SIGSTRUCT. If not provided, manifest_file will be used with “.manifest” (if present) removed from the end and with “.sig” appended.

--depfile depfile

Generate a file that describes the dependencies for the output manifest and SIGSTRUCT, i.e. files that should trigger rebuilding if they’re modified. The dependency file is in Makefile format, and is suitable for using in build systems (Make, Ninja).

--chroot <path>

When calculating cryptographic hashes of trusted files, measure files inside a chroot instead of paths in root of the file system. Requires that all paths in manifest are absolute, and those will be interpreted as relative to the directory specified as the value of the option.

Note you need to be very careful that the Gramine runtime binaries are exactly the same inside chroot as the ones used to execute gramine-sgx-sign.

--verbose, -v

Print details to standard output. This is the default.

--quiet, -q

Don’t print details to standard output.

--with <plugin>

Use plugin to perform actual signing. The default plugin is file, which signs the SIGSTRUCT using PEM-encoded local file. The list of available plugins is at the end of --help output.

Each plugin may add its own set of options (usually in the form of --<plugin>-<option>). To get help about those, use gramine-sgx-sign --with=<plugin> --help-<plugin> and/or consult the documentation of the respective plugin.