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Can't run iManager, or other Apache-based tools

The big problem is that the web-apps don't run.
I believe the reason is that my Certificate Authority isn't right. This is a result of having used a NW65SP8 overlay DVD to attempt to install SP8 instead of using the SP8 zip file version. Whoops! It failed trying to create one, but I think it goofed up the one I had.

Is this something I could restore from a eDirectory backup that I've made in Arcserve?

Anyway, I can't run iManager, or anything that depends on the certificates, because I have one certificate problem that is keeping Apache from starting up all the applets.

When I look at the contents of the Security container, in most servers, I see a certificate authority leaf that is labeled "[tree-name] Organizational CA"
In this one, it's simply called "SL_Tree CA" and it doesn't contain any certificates.

When I run PKDIAG, it says there's one fixable problem, but when I go to fix it, in stage six, I get a -603 error.

I see I'm supposed to use iManager to work on this stuff, but iManager won't run. Should I delete the CA that I have, and try to recreate it or restore if from tape? Or will deleting it make things even worse?
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Re: Can't run iManager, or other Apache-based tools

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Does your CA have a 'Host Server' attribute? That is the most-common -603
I can think of with regard to the CA object itself. The CA object's name
is irrelevant but yours is typical of most trees that I've seen
("<TREENAME> CA" being the format).

iManager 2.7 Workstation should run with or without a working CA. Give it
a shot.

Going to the original problem, which errors do you get where when trying
to load Apache-based things?

Good luck.





WFRUSH wrote:
> The big problem is that the web-apps don't run.
> I believe the reason is that my Certificate Authority isn't right.
> This is a result of having used a NW65SP8 overlay DVD to attempt to
> install SP8 instead of using the SP8 zip file version. Whoops! It
> failed trying to create one, but I think it goofed up the one I had.
>
> Is this something I could restore from a eDirectory backup that I've
> made in Arcserve?
>
> Anyway, I can't run iManager, or anything that depends on the
> certificates, because I have one certificate problem that is keeping
> Apache from starting up all the applets.
>
> When I look at the contents of the Security container, in most servers,
> I see a certificate authority leaf that is labeled "[tree-name]
> Organizational CA"
> In this one, it's simply called "SL_Tree CA" and it doesn't contain any
> certificates.
>
> When I run PKDIAG, it says there's one fixable problem, but when I go
> to fix it, in stage six, I get a -603 error.
>
> I see I'm supposed to use iManager to work on this stuff, but iManager
> won't run. Should I delete the CA that I have, and try to recreate it
> or restore if from tape? Or will deleting it make things even worse?
>
>

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