Not a full answer to your questions but from my experience:
Xenial: Worked, except OTP functionality
Zesty: Worked except for DNS
Artful: Seems fully functional and stable on the fresh installed replica,
my upgraded from Zesty rig (with the workarounds noted earlier in thread)
Still has pki-tomcat bombing fairly frequently.
Bionic: I have high hopes for given LTS.. Currently showing same package
4.4.4 as Artful
Most of them required some cajoling during install or upgrade due to broken
installer components (like directories not being created in one case,
/etc/pki/pki.version confusing postinstall in another), but most of these
behaviours were captured as bugs too. It feels very close to being
something that can be reliably deployed, so I don't think it needs a huge
amount more TLC to make it more of a pleasure to install ;)
On 28 November 2017 at 20:58, Peter Fern via FreeIPA-users <
> On 23/11/17 05:34, David Harvey via FreeIPA-users wrote:
> > Not sure why tomcat is more resilient when launched as root, but the
> > pki seems to work ok at issuing certs after the above and a reboot for
> > good measure.
> This sounds like there are broken permissions in the current Ubuntu
> packages. You should be aware that last time I checked, FreeIPA on
> Ubuntu was subtly yet severely broken, mostly due to the NSS libs
> missing PEM support, which will stop your CA from renewing, amongst
> other things.
> Does anyone know what the state of packaging for deb distros is
> currently? Now that the OpenSSL migration is complete(?), the barriers
> to functional packages should be removed, but it looks like that only
> happened in 4.5, and it appears only 4.4 is packaged, which is likely
> still broken?
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