If memory serves correctly ... there are some un-resolved issues between dirsrv-admin +
fips. I remember discussing this with Mark as something that may fall into the "fix
when someone runs into it" because that combination we thought would be rare.
But I'm not sure that this issue here is a fips one? I've seen another issue
lately where the dirsrv-admin used a different pin.txt to the dirsrvinstances, but I'm
not sure of the details.
Are there fresh installs of ds? Or upgrades?
On 28 Aug 2019, at 05:51, Paul Whitney
I have SSL enabled both slapd instances and dirsrv-admin on FIPS enabled CentOS 7. The
instances seem to start up no problem. However, the admin console (dirsrv-admin) is
complaining the password credentials are not valid for the NSS FIPS 140-2 DB even through
the exact same credentials are presented to the SLAPD instances. I am using a pin.txt
file in the correct format for both SLAPD and DIRSRV-ADMIN.
Are there compatibility issues with FIPS and 389-DS admin-serv?
Paul M. Whitney
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