Adam Young wrote:
Had some success earlier today, but I seem to be unable to replicate it.
I've been working with the "full" proxy.conf file lately,. and even that
seems to be preventing a replica. It is quite possible that the problem
is something on one of the two systems, as I've found that
install/uninstall often leaves some of the files being owned by
non-existent users. At this point, I'm not sure if the patch I've
submitted will work on a vanilla system. Testing it has proven to be a
pretty time consuming endeavour.


Here's what I've gotten it down to:

ON One machine, run

ipa-server-install -U -r ` hostname | tr '[:lower:]' '[:upper:]'` -p
freeipa4all -a freeipa4all --setup-dns --no-forwarders


once that succeeds, I have to reset /etc/resolv.conf as the lab DNS
server gets removed:

cp ~/resolve.conf /etc

You could also not use --setup-dns on the master.


then

ipa-replica-prepare $REPLICA

scp /var/lib/ipa/replica-info-$REPLICA.gpg root@$REPLICA:

On the replica:

ipa-replica-install --setup-ca replica-info-$HOSTNAME.gpg

I have firewall off on master and replica


At one point I had a replica install that worked with the Proxy, so I
know it is possible, but for the last couple of hours this last command
has been failing with:

creation of replica failed: Configuration of CA failed



pkisilent reports the failure in the debug log, but not the URL it is
trying to reach. I'm going to modify it to give some more information in
the morning.


I'm not seeing anything in /var/log/httpd/error|access.log on the
master, which is weird.


I see this in /var/log/ipareplica-conncheck.log. We should not be trying
to do anything in /home/admin


2011-08-24 21:52:18,544 DEBUG stderr=
2011-08-24 21:52:19,521 DEBUG args=/usr/bin/ssh -q -o
StrictHostKeychecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null
ad...@vm-088.idm.lab.bos.redhat.com /usr/sbin/ipa-replica-conncheck
--replica vm-116.idm.lab.bos.redhat.com --check-ca
2011-08-24 21:52:19,521 DEBUG stdout=Check connection from master to
remote replica 'vm-116.idm.lab.bos.redhat.com':
Directory Service: Unsecure port (389): OK
Directory Service: Secure port (636): OK
Kerberos (88): OK
PKI-CA: Directory Service port (7389): OK
PKI-CA: Agent secure port (9443): OK
PKI-CA: EE secure port (9444): OK
PKI-CA: Admin secure port (9445): OK
PKI-CA: EE secure client auth port (9446): OK
PKI-CA: Unsecure port (9180): OK

Connection from master to replica is OK.

2011-08-24 21:52:19,522 DEBUG stderr=Could not chdir to home directory
/home/admin: No such file or directory

We ssh to the remote machine so we can be sure that the firewall is open in both directions. This is just a side-effect of authenticating as admin.



Ade Lee noticed that the replica install is failing before it ever
attempts to talk to the Master, which corresponds with what I am seeing.
I see in the PKI install log that

[2011-08-24 22:23:50] [error] FAILED run_command("/sbin/service pki-cad
restart pki-ca"), exit status=1 output="Stopping pki-ca: [FAILED]
Starting pki-ca: [ OK ]^M"


Running this command by hand gets the same output.

In less /var/log/pki-ca/catalina.out

/var/lib/pki-ca/logs/catalina.out: Permission denied
/var/log/pki-ca/catalina.out (END)


SO it looks like another cleanup issue.

I don't think so. pkiremove removes all pki-ca directories including logs.

You might try strace on it to see what is going on.

rob

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