you can manually add the new CA to the NSS databases:
- /etc/pki/pki-tomcat/alias (if you have configured an embedded CA)
- /etc/httpd/alias (if IPA version < 4.7)
and to the PEM files /etc/ipa/ca.crt and /usr/share/ipa/html/ca.crt.
ipa-certupdate needs the services to be up and running, what is the output
of "ipactl status" on your server?
On Sun, Oct 17, 2021 at 1:21 AM cicek adam via FreeIPA-users <
Hi, I’ve been suffocating the same problem. I applied
ipa-server-certinstall without adding ca first.
I applied your steps and added my ca.crt to /etc/ipa/ca.crt and
/etc/ipa/nssdb with certutil, after than I run ipa-certupdate and it still
[root@xxx ~]# certutil -d sql:/etc/ipa/nssdb/ -L
Certificate Nickname Trust
Xxx IPA CA CT,C,C
After this I ran ipa-certupdate and it says
cannot connect to 'any of the configured servers’: …. (List of my
ipaservers goes here)
The ipa-certupdate command failed.
Should I do this process for all servers, or I am missing something?
Related to this problem I am having login failure at the web ui. Would it
work if I created a new db and added my GlobalSign ca there? Do I need the
self signed ipa ca?
PS: I'm running freeipa on rhel8
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