#323 Installing CA with random certificate serial numbers
Closed: Fixed None Opened 9 years ago by awnuk.

Installing CA with random certificate serial numbers enabled.


Patches provided in https://www.redhat.com/archives/pki-devel/2013-February/msg00048.html and https://www.redhat.com/archives/pki-devel/2013-February/msg00057.html allow to install CA with random serial numbers assigned to system certificates.

Here are the steps:
1. run pkicreate
2. stop the CA by running "service pki-ca stop"
3. edit conf/CS.cfg by setting the following:
dbs.enableSerialManagement=true
dbs.enableRandomSerialNumbers=true
dbs.randomSerialNumberCounter=0
4. save changes to conf/CS.cfg file
5. start the CA by running "service pki-ca start"
6. run configuration wizard
7. restart the CA after configuration wizard is completed

How does one do this using pkispawn?

Replying to [comment:3 rcritten]:

How does one do this using pkispawn?

All IPA pkispawn configuration files need the following section:[[BR]]

[CA]
pki_random_serial_numbers_enable=True

Metadata Update from @awnuk:
- Issue assigned to awnuk
- Issue set to the milestone: Random Serial Numbers Effort

4 years ago

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