Re: [389-users] Manage Certificates button item (slightly different)

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11;rgb:0000/0000/0000On Wed, Feb 09, 2011 at 05:49:28PM -0700, Rich Megginson wrote:
> On 02/09/2011 07:59 AM, Christopher Wood wrote:
> >On Tue, Feb 08, 2011 at 06:14:27PM -0700, Rich Megginson wrote:
> >>On 02/08/2011 04:11 PM, Christopher Wood wrote:
> >>>These bugs are almost exactly the issue I'm experiencing:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>In my case, the admin server on host1 can use the "Manage Certificates" button on the admin server, and the directory server installed on the same host. So the bug is not happening to me.
> >>>
> >>>However, I get " Connection refused" when I use the "Manage Certificates" button on host2's directory server that I registered with host1's admin server.
> >>>
> >>>I don't get any output on the console when I repeat this procedure having run 389-console from the command line. I don't see anything immediately obvious under /var/log/dirsrv/*/errors on both servers. I can run ldapsearch against ldaps://host1 and ldaps://host2.
> >>>
> >>>Would you list denizens possibly have any hints as to how to troubleshoot this?
> >>389-console -D 9 -f console.log - paste the log to or
> >>similar - be sure to remove or obscure any sensitive information -
> >>post the link here
> >Thank you, I appreciate it.
> >
> >The full paste:
> >
> >My procedure was to run 389-console with the above command line, click "Manage Certificates" in the directory server on the same host as the admin server ("host1"), then close that and click "Manage Certificates" in the directory server on the other host ("host2").
> >
> >Just from reading along as I clicked buttons, it appears that the console is trying to itself talk to an admin server on host2. There is no admin server running on that host since I registered the directory server on host2 with the admin server on host1.
> Even if you use to create a directory server and
> register it with another configuration directory server, there
> always has to be one admin server running on each machine.  The
> admin server executes CGIs, such as the log viewer, server process
> management, etc. - tasks that must be done outside of the directory
> server process.
> >ResourceSet: found in cache
> >CommManager>  New CommRecord (
> > Connection refused
> The admin server should always be running, unless you explicitly
> shut it down.

In my case (host1 having admin/ds and host2 just having ds), I registered host2's directory server with host1's config directory server. However, host2's admin server failed to start. From /var/log/dirsrv/admin-serv/error when I try to start it manually:

[root@host2 admin-serv]# cat /var/log/dirsrv/admin-serv/error 
[Wed Feb 09 13:01:29 2011] [crit] host_ip_init(): PSET failure: Failed to create PSET handle (pset error = )
Configuration Failed
[Thu Feb 10 09:22:51 2011] [crit] host_ip_init(): PSET failure: Failed to create PSET handle (pset error = )
Configuration Failed

>From /tmp/setuphtlOC3.log on host2 (I chose a "Typical" (2) setup):

[11/02/09:13:01:28] - [Setup] Info Starting admin server . . .
[11/02/09:13:01:29] - [Setup] Fatal Failed to create and configure the admin server
[11/02/09:13:01:29] - [Setup] Fatal Exiting . . .

That happened every time when in the stage on something other than host1 where I would pick ldaps://host1/o=NetscapeRoot as the configuration directory server url. Of course, for the setup on host1 I set everything up with basically defaults and added the encryption later. Not certain if that's pertinent, though.

I'm starting to think that I've misread something in the install docs, will re-read.

> >admserv version = null
> >
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