On 03/20/2017 04:00 AM, David Kupka wrote:
Generally I would not recommend touching this on production system.
Why do you want to change the database format?


My FreeIPA server also acts as a reverse proxy/TLS endpoint for my
home sprinkler system (https://opensprinkler.com/), allowing me to
securely connect to the sprinkler controller from my cell phone when
I'm out in the yard (out of WiFi range).

Since free 1-year TLS certificates seem to be a thing of the past, I'm
working on automating the retrieval of 90-day certificates from Let's
Encrypt.

My current update script has to stop Apache before updating the
certificate in the NSS database.  It's hardly the end of the world, but
it would have been nice to be able to load the new certificate into the
database and just send a SIGHUP to the daemon.

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