yes, you can definitely use a different certificate in the meantime,
although it can't be self-signed.
Dne 20.4.2015 v 14:17 David Dejaeghere napsal(a):
Let me know how I can assist.
In the meantime could I setup a replica using a different certificate?
Self signed or anything like that?
2015-04-17 15:27 GMT+02:00 Jan Cholasta <jchol...@redhat.com
I don't have any new information. I'm trying to reproduce the
problem but had no luck so far.
Dne 17.4.2015 v 15:23 David Dejaeghere napsal(a):
Any more things I can try out? How do we proceed?
2015-04-15 11:48 GMT+02:00 David Dejaeghere
That gave me the exact same output. Any ideas?
2015-04-15 7:33 GMT+02:00 Jan Cholasta <jchol...@redhat.com
Dne 14.4.2015 v 19:47 Rob Crittenden napsal(a):
David Dejaeghere wrote:
So you want to output of the command using pk12
server cert and
key? or with the ca chain in there too?
Oddly enough it is failing in exactly the same
certs are still being loaded from somewhere, I'm
where, and I
suspect that is the source of the problem.
They are in the default CA certificate bundle (in the
ca-certificate package). I guess NSS loads it
I'm going to forward the log to a colleague who has
on this code
more recently than I have. Maybe he will have an idea.
Could you try if the following works?
# ipa-replica-prepare ...
# mv /root/ca-bundle.trust.crt
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