On 29.2.2016 11:54, Peter Fern wrote:
> On 02/29/2016 21:22, Petr Spacek wrote:
>> On 28.2.2016 14:51, Peter Fern wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> A new KSK has been auto-generated, and it's transitioned through
>>> 'published' and is now sitting in the 'ready' state, but does not appear
>>> as a DNSKEY record on the zone. I can see that ods-enforcerd has picked
>>> up the state change correctly and logged a DSChanged event with the
>>> correct output for the new DNSKEY record, and it appears as expected in
>>> localhsm, but is not published on the zone.
>>> Running FreeIPA 4.3.0-1.fc23, anyone got pointers on how to proceed with
>>> the rollover?
>> I would recommend you to wait until fix
>> is released in 4.3.1 or so.
>> After that you can use procedure described on page
>> to run ds-seen command.
>> I hope this helps.
> That ticket was reported by me ;-)
> The issue here is that the new KSK did not appear as a DNSKEY record, so
> running ds-seen would have been a bad idea, since the zone would be
> entirely invalid if the old key was rotated out before the new key was
> published, and the new DS record would be invalid without the
> corresponding KSK anyway.
This should be fixed in 4.3.1 too.
> I did also have some more rotated keys get stuck per #5334, and had
> cleared them prior to this issue, but I was having trouble getting the
> zone resigned correctly, and I was hoping to roll all the keys to deal
> with that. In the end, I had to un-sign the domain and re-sign it to
> I was wondering if there were possibly some known issues/tricks with KSK
> rollover, but wasn't certain if my #5334 issues may have thrown a
> spanner in the works at some key point in the lifecycle. I've got some
> more KSKs due to roll in a couple of months, so hopefully I can get
> 4.3.1 deployed before then, and I'll be able to see if the process goes
> smoothly without the extraneous issues.
> I've also discovered the replication ACI issues in 4.3.0 (#5575 and
> friends), which are causing me some grief. Is there a feel for how
> close we are to a 4.3.1 release?
We intent to release it in week or two (if everything goes as planned).
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