My system shows pki-server is installed and V10.2.1-3.fc21, but I don't
have the pki-server binary itself. Will reinstalling this rpm hurt me in
any way? Without it, I'm not sure how to check my system against the
messages you provided below.
On 04/28/2016 11:07 AM, Petr Vobornik wrote:
On 04/28/2016 04:07 PM, Bret Wortman wrote:
Okay. This morning, I turned back time to 4/1 and started up IPA. It didn't
work, but I got something new and interesting in the debug log, which I've
posted to http://pastebin.com/M9VGCS8A. Lots of garbled junk came pouring out
which doesn't happen when I'm set to real time. Is /this/ significant?
systemctl status email@example.com
journalctl -u firstname.lastname@example.org
Just to be sure, it might be also worth to check if CA subsystem users
have correct certs assigned:
On 04/27/2016 02:24 PM, Bret Wortman wrote:
I put excerpts from the ca logs in http://pastebin.com/gYgskU79. It looks
logical to me, but I can't spot anything that looks like a root cause error.
The selftests are all okay, I think. The debug log might have something, but
it might also just be complaining about ldap not being up because it's not.
On 04/27/2016 01:11 PM, Rob Crittenden wrote:
Bret Wortman wrote:
So in lieu of fixing these certs, is there an acceptable way to dump
them all and start over /without losing the contents of the IPA
database/? Or otherwise really screwing ourselves?
I don't believe there is a way.
We have a replica that's still up and running and we've switched
everyone over to talking to it, but we're at risk with just the one.
I'd ignore the two unknown certs for now. They look like someone was
experimenting with issuing a cert and didn't quite get things working.
The CA seems to be throwing an error. I'd check the syslog for messages from
certmonger and look at the CA debug log and selftest log.
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