Sorry, that wasn't clear at all, was it? The latest attempt was after I ran
the cleanup. No joy; it's still failing at the same point and tomcat is
definitely not running.
On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 7:28 AM, Martin Kosek <mko...@redhat.com> wrote:
> On 10/18/2012 01:23 PM, Bret Wortman wrote:
> > Tomcat is definitely not running and there's no log in /var/log/pki-ca.
> > is disabled and not running. The same RPMs are installed on both my
> > and nonfunctioning system, at least as far as "# rpm -qa | grep tomcat |
> > revealed.
> > I also followed Martin's suggestion to clean out the CA configuration,
> but that
> > command seems to indicate that there wasn't any existing configuration:
> > [root@fs1 ~]# /usr/bin/pkiremove -pki_instance_root=/var/lib
> > -pki_instance_name=pki-ca --force
> > PKI instance Deletion Utility ...
> > PKI instance Deletion Utility cleaning up instance ...
> > No security domain defined.
> > If this is an unconfigured instance, then that is OK.
> > Otherwise, manually delete the entry from the security domain master.
> > Removing selinux contexts
> Actually, I think that the pkiremove utility removed the leftover CA. If
> the CA
> was not there, the output should look like that:
> # /usr/bin/pkiremove -pki_instance_root=/var/lib -pki_instance_name=pki-ca
> PKI instance Deletion Utility ...
> [error] /usr/bin/pkiremove: Target directory /var/lib/pki-ca is not a
> Can you try running the server install again? So that we can see if the CA
> cleanup helped?
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