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cockroach debug encryption-active-key command displays the encryption algorithm and store key for an encrypted store.
$ cockroach debug encryption-active-key [path specified by the store flag]
cockroach debug command has a few subcommands, users are expected to use only the
We recommend using the
job-trace subcommand only when directed by the Cockroach Labs support team.
debug subcommands are useful only to CockroachDB's developers and contributors.
Start a node with encryption-at-rest enabled:
$ cockroach start --store=cockroach-data --enterprise-encryption=path=cockroach-data,key=aes-128.key,old-key=plain --insecure --certs-dir=certs
View the encryption algorithm and store key:
$ cockroach debug encryption-active-key cockroach-data