hi Rob,

Thanks for your information. I did NOT have experience with IPA but your 
information help me to fix this issue.  Here are things I did.

# certutil -d . -L
Certificate Nickname                                         Trust Attributes   
                                                         SSL,S/MIME,JAR/XPI
CA certificate                                               ,,   
Server-Cert                                                  CTu,Cu,u
# slapd-SN-FDA-GOV]# certutil -d . -M -n "CA certificate" -t "CTu,u,Cu"
# certutil -d . -L
Certificate Nickname                                         Trust Attributes
                                                           SSL,S/MIME,JAR/XPI
Server-Cert                                                  CTu,Cu,u
CA certificate                                               CT,,C
# /etc/init.d/dirsrv start
Starting dirsrv: 
    SN-FDA-GOV...                                          [  OK  ]

However, that was NOT good enough.  I have do it for /etc/httpd/alias as well.
# certutil -d /etc/httpd/alias/ -M -n "CA certificate" -t "CT,,C"
# certutil -d /etc/httpd/alias/ -M -n "Server-Cert" -t "u,u,u"

Thanks,
Fu
> Ok, there are 2 problems. The first is that an index
> already exists for some reason so creating the indices in
> the ldif is failing. Not a fatal issue really but looks like
> a bug.
> 
> The bigger issue is that the PKCS#12 file for the DS that
> it is trying to load either doesn't contain the CA or isn't
> trusting it for some reason. Did you provide your own
> PKCS#12 files for IPA or are you using the default,
> self-signed CA?



      

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