On Wed, 2015-08-26 at 17:27 -0400, Simo Sorce wrote:
> This patchset implements https://fedorahosted.org/freeipa/ticket/2888
> and introduces a number of required changes and dependencies to achieve
> this goal.
> This work requires the custodia project to securely transfer keys
> between ipa servers.
> This work is not 100% complete, it still misses the ability to install
> kra instances and the ability to install a CA (via ipa-ca-install) with
> externally signed certs.
> However it is massive enough that warrants review and pushing, the resat
> of the changes can be applied later as this work should not disrupt the
> classic install methods.
> In order to build my previous patches (530-533) are needed as well as a
> number of updated components.
> I used the following coprs for testing:
> abbra/sssd-kkdcproxy (for sssd 1.13.1)
> lkrispen/389-ds-current (for 389 > 184.108.40.206)
> vakwetu/dogtag_10.2.7_test_builds (for dogtag 10.2.7)
> mkosek/freeipa-4.2-fedora-22 (misc)
> fedora/updates-testing (python-gssapi 1.1.2)
> Ludwig's copr is necessary to have a functional DNA plugin in replicas,
> eventually his patches should be committed in 389-ds-base 220.127.116.11 when
> it will be released.
> We are aware of a dogtag bug https://fedorahosted.org/pki/ticket/1580
> that may cause installation issues in some case (re-install of a
> The domain must be raised to level 1 in order to use replica promotion.
> In order to promote a replica the server must be first joined as a
> regular client to the domain.
> This is the flow I usually use for testing:
> # ipa-client-install
> # kinit admin
> # ipa-replica-install --promote --setup-ca
> <perform operations like add user, get keytabs, get certificates,
> These patches are also available in this git tree rebnase on current
FYI: I rebased this branch on top of master and applied minor changes to
one of the DNS patches. I also added the missing support to install KRA.
DS 18.104.22.168 is also in Fedora updates testing, so ludwig's copr is not
Dogtag's ticket is not fixed yet so running both --setup-ca and
--setup-kra at the same time will still yield an error and install will
Please let me know if there are any major issues with this patchset, I'd
like to push it to master and attack the remaining issues as add ons
(install with external certs not supported yet for example)
Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York
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