On Wed, Oct 11, 2017 at 12:50:39PM -0400, Mark Haney via FreeIPA-users wrote:
> I just tried to upgrade one of our IPA servers to 4.5.0 (from 4.4.0) on C7
> (along with updating C7 to 7.4) and it bombed spectacularly.  It seems the
> upgrade process doesn't like the GoDaddy SSL cert we supplied for HTTPS
> only.  Is there documentation explaining the process with an HTTPS only SSL
> cert for IPA?  The last time we tried to set this up it was two weeks worth
> of headaches before we managed to get it working (and I didn't do it, so it
> wasn't documented), I mention that because I got a concussion from slamming
> my head against my desk trying to get it working.
> I don't want to replace the CA cert in IPA, just use the GD cert for HTTPS
> so Chrome, et al, won't bark about it.
> I've googled this, but there's so much conflicting info, I'm not sure what's
> really good or bad. Seems there are fifteen ways to setup SSL certs, but
> none are clear (to me) on what's the correct method for just HTTPS.
Hi Mark,

Please provide more info on what actually failed during upgrade;
error messages, logs, etc.

See also Charles' suggestion in another reply.

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