On 09/29/2013 06:48 AM, Glenn Jenkins wrote:
> Alexander Bokovoy <abokovoy@...> writes:
>> On Fri, 14 Jun 2013, Steve Dickson wrote:
>>> The $subject says it all... Any ideas what is going on here?
>> I did fresh install right now on a up to date F19 VM and experienced no
>> problem whatsoever.
>> There were updates in pki-* and 389-ds-* packages over weekend.
>>> 2013-06-14T16:54:45Z DEBUG Starting external process
>>> 2013-06-14T16:54:45Z DEBUG args=/usr/sbin/pkispawn -s CA -f /tmp/tmpO2lDxI
>>> 2013-06-14T16:54:51Z DEBUG Process finished, return code=1
>>> 2013-06-14T16:54:51Z DEBUG stdout=Loading deployment configuration from
> /tmp/tmpO2lDxI.
>> ^^^ The date corresponds to Friday last week, also there was issue with
>> metadata information in Fedora 19 and Rawhide repositories which
>> prevented proper packages propagating.
>> Please try up to date packages from update-testing as of Monday.
> I think this is similar to a bug I've seen reported elsewhere I believe the
> underlying cause may be the HTTP_PROXY and HTTPS_PROXY variables.  If these
> are set then the ipa install script has problems locating the dogtag server
> and fails.  The error I see in my install log is something along the lines
> of certificate server failed to restart.  From the point of view of the
> running script the failure looks the same as that produced if the script is
> run twice.  
> It should be easy to re-create this bug simply by setting HTTP_PROXY and
> HTTPS_PROXY on a test server and running the server install.  Posts in other
> forums suggest re-installation solves the problem, I suggest this simply
> removes these variables.  Could the install script check for them being set
> and unset-reset them or simply warn the user?

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Thank you,
Dmitri Pal

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