Ubuntu 18.04 (and previous ones) works just fine
In Ubuntu 22.04 I'm trying to execute ipa-client install but it fails with:
This program will set up IPA client.
WARNING: conflicting time&date synchronization service 'ntp' will be
disabled in favor of chronyd
Discovery was successful!
Do you want to configure chrony with NTP server or pool address? [no]:
Client hostname: fisica75.fisica.cabib
DNS Domain: fisica.cabib
IPA Server: ipaserver.fisica.cabib
Continue to configure the system with these values? [no]: yes
No SRV records of NTP servers found and no NTP server or pool address was
Using default chrony configuration.
Attempting to sync time with chronyc.
Time synchronization was successful.
User authorized to enroll computers: tavo
Password for tavo(a)FISICA.CABIB:
Successfully retrieved CA cert
Subject: CN=Certificate Authority,O=FISICA.CABIB
Issuer: CN=Certificate Authority,O=FISICA.CABIB
Valid From: 2014-01-14 12:56:57
Valid Until: 2034-01-14 12:56:57
Enrolled in IPA realm FISICA.CABIB
Configured /etc/krb5.conf for IPA realm FISICA.CABIB
cannot connect to 'https://ipaserver.fisica.cabib/ipa/json': [SSL:
CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed: Hostname mismatch,
certificate is not valid for 'ipaserver.fisica.cabib'. (_ssl.c:997)
The ipa-client-install command failed. See /var/log/ipaclient-install.log
for more information
There is no Hostname mismatch for the server certificate. It has been
working just fine for years with multiple distros as clients. I can access
the website with the same URL and cert is just fine.
I installed FreeIPA replica on 4.8.4 on CentOS 8 from 4.4.4 from Fedora
25 with `ipa-replica-install --setup-dns --auto-forwarders`, without
`--setup-ca` due to errors, which went fine. I do want to install CA
though, which failed when I did `--setup-ca` and then later
`ipa-ca-install` with the following error:
[4/29]: creating installation admin user
Unable to log in as uid=admin-freeipa2.infra.opensuse.org,ou=people,o=ipaca on ldap://freeipa.infra.opensuse.org:389
[hint] tune with replication_wait_timeout
[error] NotFound: uid=admin-freeipa2.infra.opensuse.org,ou=people,o=ipaca did not replicate to ldap://freeipa.infra.opensuse.org:389
Your system may be partly configured.
Run /usr/sbin/ipa-server-install --uninstall to clean up.
Obviously I did try try extending the timeout based on that, but I don't
think that was helpful in the end, considering the logs produced by the
192.168.47.90 - - [23/Jul/2020:00:25:36 +0000] "GET /ca/rest/account/login HTTP/1.1" 401 994
server process in journal
SSLAuthenticatorWithFallback: Authenticating with BASIC authentication
SSLAuthenticatorWithFallback: Fallback auth header: WWW-Authenticate=Basic realm="Certificate Authority"
SSLAuthenticatorWithFallback: Fallback auth return code: 401
SSLAuthenticatorWithFallback: Result: false
and from pki logs
Failed to authenticate as admin UID=admin-freeipa2.infra.opensuse.org. Error: netscape.ldap.LDAPException: error result (49)
I don't particularly know how to proceed from here, since those errors
don't mean much to me. I see however it's not just me having issues with
`ipa-ca-install` at least similar to this one (although by the looks of
it, the reason is already different ;)
Thanks in advance for trying,
I've got two ancient (3.1?) IPA servers that have been upgraded over time. Last January things got really goofy with certificates and I got it all sorted. However, now I've got an old issue creeping back in. The 'transportCert cert-pki-kra' is mismatched between the CS.cfg and the tracked certificate. This is a multi-master setup. The signing master seems to be the one that's off. It's tracking the updated original 'transportCert cert-pki-kra' certificate. However, the "secondary" master is tracking a newly generated 'transportCert cert-pki-kra', which is also what both CS.cfg's are referencing. Neither one of the certificates is expired. Everything else seems to be in working order. Here is ipa-healthcheck's only relevant error:
"msg": "Certificate 'transportCert cert-pki-kra' does not match the value of ca.connector.KRA.transportCert in /var/lib/pki/pki-tomcat/conf/ca/CS.cfg",
"key": "transportCert cert-pki-kra"
So, what should I copy where to get this sorted? It seems like the updated original 'transportCert cert-pki-kra' should be copied into the CS.cfg and then manually scp the NSS files from "primary" to "secondary"? What commands would you use to do this? I've got a lot of commands noted and am beginning to get confused as to which ones should be used to get this sorted. Thanks.
I am using FreeIPA, Version: 4.8.4 on CentOS 8
ipa-client.x86_64 4.8.4-7.module_el8.2.0+374+0d2d74a1 @AppStream
ipa-client-common.noarch 4.8.4-7.module_el8.2.0+374+0d2d74a1 @AppStream
ipa-common.noarch 4.8.4-7.module_el8.2.0+374+0d2d74a1 @AppStream
ipa-healthcheck-core.noarch 0.4-4.module_el8.2.0+374+0d2d74a1 @AppStream
ipa-server.x86_64 4.8.4-7.module_el8.2.0+374+0d2d74a1 @AppStream
ipa-server-common.noarch 4.8.4-7.module_el8.2.0+374+0d2d74a1 @AppStream
ipa-server-dns.noarch 4.8.4-7.module_el8.2.0+374+0d2d74a1 @AppStream
Whenever I open the "Authentication" tab in the freeIPA webserver, I get the error
"IPA-Error 903: InternalError. An internal error has happend".
Retry does not help, within Authentication I can use all tabs, except from the Authentication -> Certificate -> Certificate one. This one gives the error. I can also not search for a certificate. The other areas of Authentication -> Certificate (Certificate Profiles, CA ACLS, Certificate Authorities) work without problems.
As a test I cloned the machine and updated it to the latest CentOS 8 version with a newer freeIPA version on it, but that did not solve the problem and I scrapped this vm and idea again.
Any idea on how to resolve the issue / what could be broken?
Which logs and things would be useful to look into?
Thanks a lot for your help and have a nice day
IPA heavily relies on DNS entries. In my opinion, this design makes it
more difficult to quickly disable one or more IPA servers - especially
when using IPA in combination with external DNS (managed by a different
Would it be possible to put all relevant DNS entries on a Loadbalancer
VIP and let the LB resolve to all IPA servers?
e.g. instead of having 8 DNS entries for
_kerberos-master._tcp.linux.oebb.at for every of our 8 IPA servers I
would have just one _kerberos-master._tcp.linux.oebb.at entry. The LB
would distribute requests in such a setup.
Is it possible to do that or would it break some IPA functionality?
I migrated an Ubuntu 20.04 client from NIS authentication to an
AlmaLinux 9 IdM domain. I purged the NIS package, installed the
freeipa-client, successfully enrolled it into the domain and now when I
login via ssh, I get these messages:
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762200513
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762213360
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762225405
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762243097
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762243100
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762263161
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762313267
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762313342
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762313405
groups: cannot find name for group ID 1762358745
I can lookup the group names from an idm server. Also, I think this
groups lookup problem is the cause of slow logins on this Ubuntu
On other clients, I get similar messages when I use the "groups"
command to see which groups I'm a member of.
I've never experienced this before in an idm environment. What's
causing the issue?
We currently have an IdM installation with a trust relationship with a Samba AD DC. Our user accounts reside on Samba AD DC, we dont have user accounts on IdM.
We are having a problem with Samba user acounts that have its passwords expired.
When we try to login with an ubuntu IdM client with one of those accounts, it fails and asks again for password.
The behaviour we are expecting is that Ubuntu should ask for a password change.
Thanks, best regards.
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as you have probably noticed in a thread we had with Leo on
freeipa-users@ about FreeIPA plugin development, we hadn't had
consistency in handling boolean types between LDAP and IPA Python API
level. A change is coming that would make 'native' boolean types used in
both worlds. If your plugins rely on Bool() parameter handling in
FreeIPA, your code might be affected. If your scripts using output of
IPA API rely on case-sensitive output, you might need to adjust your
If not, you can skip this email.
Pull request https://github.com/freeipa/freeipa/pull/6294 turns handling
of boolean types to be native to each side:
- in LDAP, TRUE and FALSE strings used to represent the values
- in Python, native True and False constants of bool type will be used
to represent an LDAP boolean.
Prior to PR#6294, when an LDAP attribute with a boolean syntax was read
from LDAP, its representation in IPA Python code was either 'TRUE'
or 'FALSE' string. This created a bit of inconvenience:
- Python code had to explicitly compare a value to 'TRUE' or 'FALSE',
would be enough
'FALSE', 1, 0, true, false, none in every place where a boolean type
would be enough
After PR#6294 is merged, IPA Python code will use Python bool type.
JSON-RPC response to an IPA API command request would produce a simple
'true' or 'false' instead of ["TRUE"] or ["FALSE"] elements. This means,
for example, that in the following command
ipa dnszone-show ipa.test
one would get
and the output of 'ipa dnszone-show ipa.test' would have 'True' instead
of 'TRUE' (and False instead of 'FALSE'):
$ ipa dnszone-show ipa.test
Zone name: ipa.test.
Active zone: True
Authoritative nameserver: idm.ipa.test.
Administrator e-mail address: hostmaster.ipa.test.
SOA serial: 1654159048
SOA refresh: 3600
SOA retry: 900
SOA expire: 1209600
SOA minimum: 3600
BIND update policy: grant IPA.TEST krb5-self * A; grant IPA.TEST krb5-self * AAAA; grant IPA.TEST krb5-self * SSHFP;
Dynamic update: True
Allow query: any;
Allow transfer: none;
If your scripts rely on the case-sensitive output, you'd need to fix
them. IPA tools already able to handle the changes so they are
/ Alexander Bokovoy
Sr. Principal Software Engineer
Security / Identity Management Engineering
Red Hat Limited, Finland