Title: #5915: Clean up the PKI securitydomain when removing a server
PKI has its own internal knowledge of servers and services
in its securitydomain. This has not been cleaned up in the
past but is becoming more of an issue as PKI now relies on its
securitydomain for more things, and it has a healthcheck that
Removing entries is straightforward using the PKI REST API.
In order to operate on the API access is needed. There was an
unused Security Domain Administrators group that I've added to
the resourceACLS we created for managing the securitydomain.
The ipara user is added as a member of this group. The REST
API binds to the CA using the IPA RA certificate.
Related commits are b3c2197b7e4ed18a7febe3efa6396c2272ebccca
These resourceACLS were originally created as a backwards
compatibility mechanism for dogtag v9 and later only created when a
replica was installed purportedly to save a restart. I don't see
any reason to not have these defined. They are apparently needed due
to the PKI database upgrade issues.
In any case if the purpose was to suppress these ACLS it failed
because as soon as a replica with a CA was installed they were as
well, and we need this ACL in order to manage the securitydomain.
Signed-off-by: Rob Crittenden <rcritten(a)redhat.com>
To pull the PR as Git branch:
git remote add ghfreeipa https://github.com/freeipa/freeipa
git fetch ghfreeipa pull/5915/head:pr5915
git checkout pr5915