ipa-server-certinstall(1) IPA Manual Pages ipa-server-certinstall(1)NAME
ipa-server-certinstall - Install new SSL server certificates
ipa-server-certinstall [OPTION]... PKCS12_FILE
Replace the current SSL Directory and/or Apache server certificate(s) with the certificate in the PKCS#12 file.
PKCS#12 is a file format used to safely transport SSL certificates and public/private keypairs.
They may be generated and managed using the NSS pk12util command or the OpenSSL pkcs12 command.
The service(s) are not automatically restarted. In order to use the newly installed certificate(s) you will need to manually restart the
Directory and/or Apache servers.
OPTIONS -d, --dirsrv
Install the certificate on the Directory Server
Install the certificate in the Apache Web Server
The password of the PKCS#12 file
Directory Manager password
0 if the installation was successful
1 if an error occurred
IPA Mar 14 2008 ipa-server-certinstall(1)
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ipa-managed-entries(1) IPA Manual Pages ipa-managed-entries(1)NAME
ipa-managed-entries - Enables or disables the schema Managed Entry plugins
ipa-managed-entries [options] <enable|disable|status>
Run the command with the enable option to enable the Managed Entry plugin.
Run the command with the disable option to disable the Managed Entry plugin.
Run the command with the status to determine the current status of the Managed Entry plugin.
In all cases the user will be prompted to provide the Directory Manager's password unless option -p is used.
Directory Server will need to be restarted after the Managed Entry plugin has been enabled.
OPTIONS -h, --help
Show a help message and exit
Enable debug logging when more verbose output is needed
DN for the Managed Entry Definition
List available Managed Entries
-p DM_PASSWORD, --password=DM_PASSWORD
The Directory Manager password to use for authentication
0 if the command was successful
1 if an error occurred
2 if the plugin is already in the required status (enabled or disabled)
IPA Feb 06 2012 ipa-managed-entries(1)
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