lejeczek wrote:
> 
> 
> On 06/03/17 20:11, Rob Crittenden wrote:
>> lejeczek wrote:
>>> hi everyone
>>> I've seemingly finely working domain, I mean it all seem fine to me,
>>> except for:
>>>
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:26:47.439218725 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:26:47.441155853 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:31:47.454016982 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:31:47.482477473 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:36:46.458508994 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:36:46.479878884 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:41:47.389700728 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>> [04/Mar/2017:14:41:47.394379376 +0000] slapi_ldap_bind - Error: could
>>> not send startTLS request: error -1 (Can't contact LDAP server) errno
>>> 107 (Transport endpoint is not connected)
>>>
>>> being logged quite frequently, as you can see. Setup:
>>>
>>> ipa-client-4.4.0-14.el7.centos.4.x86_64
>>> ipa-client-common-4.4.0-14.el7.centos.4.noarch
>>> ipa-common-4.4.0-14.el7.centos.4.noarch
>>> ipa-python-compat-4.4.0-14.el7.centos.4.noarch
>>> ipa-server-4.4.0-14.el7.centos.4.x86_64
>>> ipa-server-common-4.4.0-14.el7.centos.4.noarch
>>> ipa-server-dns-4.4.0-14.el7.centos.4.noarch
>>>
>>> Replication, users, logins, all seem normal. But above bothers me as I
>>> am afraid it may one day turn out critical and brake stuff down.
>>> This is on the first server that initiated the domain, long time ago.
>>> There is a second server which logs the same, but only a few entries
>>> then goes quiet.
>>> Third server's error log is completely free from this error.
>>>
>>> Would appreciate all help.
>> The CA replication agreements are handled by ipa-csreplica-manage. You
>> may have leftover agreements from previous installs there.
>>
>> rob
>>
> I'm afraid I let over the years for some bits in the domain gone
> haywire. I found this:
> 
> dn: cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> cn: ca
> objectClass: nsContainer
> objectClass: top
> 
> dn: cn=certprofiles,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> cn: certprofiles
> objectClass: nsContainer
> objectClass: top
> 
> dn: cn=caacls,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> cn: caacls
> objectClass: nsContainer
> objectClass: top
> 
> dn:
> cn=cas+nsuniqueid=647ed0b1-b70911e6-b84df1c7-2176fa48,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> cn: cas
> objectClass: nsContainer
> objectClass: top
> 
> dn: cn=cas,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> cn: cas
> objectClass: nsContainer
> objectClass: top
> 
> dn:
> cn=IECUserRoles,cn=certprofiles,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> description: User profile that includes IECUserRoles extension from request
> ipaCertProfileStoreIssued: TRUE
> cn: IECUserRoles
> objectClass: ipacertprofile
> objectClass: top
> 
> dn:
> cn=caIPAserviceCert,cn=certprofiles,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> description: Standard profile for network services
> ipaCertProfileStoreIssued: TRUE
> cn: caIPAserviceCert
> objectClass: ipacertprofile
> objectClass: top
> 
> dn:
> ipaUniqueID=1ea0be16-fc01-11e5-a664-f04da240c1d2,cn=caacls,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> ipaMemberCertProfile:
> cn=caIPAserviceCert,cn=certprofiles,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> ipaUniqueID: 1ea0be16-fc01-11e5-a664-f04da240c1d2
> ipaEnabledFlag: TRUE
> hostCategory: all
> objectClass: ipaassociation
> objectClass: ipacaacl
> cn: hosts_services_caIPAserviceCert
> serviceCategory: all
> 
> dn:
> cn=ipa,cn=cas+nsuniqueid=647ed0b1-b70911e6-b84df1c7-2176fa48,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> cn: ipa
> ipaCaId: 0725f730-9351-4115-aa68-ecb2f47dd805
> ipaCaSubjectDN: CN=Certificate Authority,O=PRIVATE.xx.xx.PRIVATE.xx.xx.x
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: ipaca
> ipaCaIssuerDN: CN=Certificate Authority,O=PRIVATE.xx.xx.PRIVATE.xx.xx.x
> description: IPA CA
> 
> dn: cn=ipa,cn=cas,cn=ca,dc=priv,dc=xx.dc=xx.dc=priv,dc=xx,dc=xx,dc=x
> cn: ipa
> ipaCaId: ed1bbc62-45c5-4d4a-96fb-0c16129dbad0
> ipaCaSubjectDN: CN=Certificate Authority,O=PRIVATE.xx.xx.PRIVATE.xx.xx.x
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: ipaca
> ipaCaIssuerDN: CN=Certificate Authority,O=PRIVATE.xx.xx.PRIVATE.xx.xx.x
> description: IPA CA
> 
> is this the culprit?

You have some replication conflict entries in there. I see no way how
this could affect a connection issue though it is something you should
clean up.

I'd use tcpdump/wireshark to see what is going on. It will show you if
it is a simple connection failure or an SSL handshake failure.

rob

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