On 11/20/2015 04:44 PM, Karl Forner wrote:

My server runs ubuntu 14.04 and uses sssd 1.12.5-1~trusty1.
The freeipa server runs inside a docker (an adelton/freeipa-server), and
the docker host pretends to be the freeIPA server by forwarding the
appropriate ports.

This works very fine.
But when I reboot my server (which is in a locked server room. r), I
struggle to connect to it.

I'm unable to connect using ssh onto it, using any kind of local or
freeIPA accounts onto it.
The DNS server (provided by freeIPA) works kine though (i.e. nslookup
server server works).

Fortunately, I have the monit web app running on the server that allows
to restart the ssh service.

After restarting ssh remotely. I am now able to connect to the server.
It seems that all works fine again once I restart sssd on the server.

I know this is a pretty complex setup, but do you have hints that could
help me have a usable server after reboot ?

Karl Forner

We will need some more information to help you out. Is the ssh daemon running right after the reboot? Is there anything in sshd logs? We may also need sssd logs, see https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/wiki/Troubleshooting.

Martin^3 Babinsky

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