Not sure why 'yum check' didn't report anything - I'll run it by release
and see if they have anything to share.
On 07/28/2014 09:19 AM, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 09:02:17AM -0400, Mark Heslin wrote:
(Top posting to save scrolling).
Success. It looks like the c-ares package was not installed during
# rpm -qV c-ares
package c-ares is not installed
# yum reinstall c-ares
Package(s) c-ares available, but not installed.
Error: Nothing to do
# yum clean all
# yum install c-ares
# service sssd restart
Stopping sssd: cat: /var/run/sssd.pid: No such file or directory
Starting sssd: [ OK ]
Now the ssh keys are working :-)
So one last question. Would we normally track this down this way for a
customer or simply
I think just installing the package should be fine. I wonder why didn't
yum check report the broken c-ares dependency?
have them uninstall and re-install the ipa client? Is there any disadvantage
no, that should be fine as well, except for losing some local
modifications and maybe getting a keytab with a higher kvno.
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