I would not count on the installer here.

If the packages are installed just do it manually, set your ca in your 
puppet.conf and go from there, do a run, sign and done.

The installer is too complex or fails here if you ask me.

Op maandag 17 oktober 2016 09:56:28 UTC+2 schreef Dominic Cleal:
> On 15/10/16 00:33, Jack Watroba wrote: 
> > I've been trying to setup a foreman installation with a separate 
> > puppetmaster/puppetca host. I've installed a full foreman installation 
> > on one server, and then followed the instructions from the "Setting up 
> > Foreman with external Puppet masters" section of the documentation, 
> > including generating ssl certs on the original server and copying them 
> > over to the new proxy server. If I follow those directions, I can setup 
> > an external puppetmaster that works fine, but if I want to also make 
> > that into a puppetca server by setting: 'puppet-server-ca=true' and 
> > 'foreman-proxy-puppetca=true', then I run into ssl errors when 
> > attempting to import classes from the puppet proxy/ca server, or even 
> > just running 'puppet agent -t' on the puppetmaster/ca proxy server. 
> > 
> > The error in the proxy.log on the proxy server is: 
> > "[2016-10-14T22:11:25.305337 #3733] ERROR -- : Failed to list puppet 
> > environments: SSL_connect SYSCALL returned=5 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read 
> > finished A" 
> > 
> > Are there additional steps that I need to take in regards to the ssl 
> > certificates in order to make this work? 
> Ensure you separate the two sets of SSL certificates (and CAs) and have 
> the correct settings pointing to the correct set of certs. It sounds 
> like they may be muddled. 
> /etc/foreman-proxy/settings.d/puppet_proxy_puppet_api.yml must reference 
> the certificates used to access the local Puppet master, while 
> /etc/foreman-proxy/settings.yml must instead reference the certs used by 
> your Foreman installation to communicate with the smart proxy. 
> -- 
> Dominic Cleal 
> dom...@cleal.org <javascript:> 

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