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ipa-kra-install - Install a KRA on a server
DOMAIN LEVEL 0 ipa-kra-install [OPTION]... [replica_file] DOMAIN LEVEL 1 ipa-kra-install [OPTION]...
Adds a KRA as an IPA-managed service. This requires that the IPA server is already installed and configured, including a CA. The KRA (Key Recovery Authority) is a component used to securely store secrets such as passwords, symmetric keys and private asymmetric keys. It is used as the back-end repository for the IPA Password Vault. In a domain at domain level 0, ipa-kra-install can be run without replica_file to add KRA to the existing CA, or with replica_file to install the KRA service on the replica. ipa-kra-install will contact the CA to determine if a KRA has already been installed on another replica, and if so, will exit indicating that a replica_file is required. The replica_file is created using the ipa-replica-prepare utility. A new replica_file should be generated on the master IPA server after the KRA has been installed and configured, so that the replica_file will contain the master KRA configuration and system certificates. In a domain at domain level 1, ipa-kra-install can be used to add KRA to the existing CA, or to install the KRA service on a replica, and does not require any replica file. KRA can only be removed along with the entire server using ipa-server-install --uninstall.
-p DM_PASSWORD, --password=DM_PASSWORD Directory Manager (existing master) password --no-host-dns Do not use DNS for hostname lookup during installation -U, --unattended An unattended installation that will never prompt for user input -v, --verbose Enable debug output when more verbose output is needed -q, --quiet Output only errors --log-file=FILE Log to the given file
0 if the command was successful 1 if an error occurred