Am Wed, 27 Dec 2017 12:58:13 +0100
schrieb Cédric Couralet <cedric.couralet(a)gmail.com>:
I encountered a problem when importing several client certificate in
The error was :
: >>> certificateExactNormalize: <0x7f07019a9100, 1745>
: dnX509Normalize: <(null)> (21)
: <<< certificateExactNormalize: <0x7f07019a9100, 1745> =>
<(err)> : <= str2entry NULL (ssyn_normalize 21)
: conn=1591 op=17 RESULT tag=103 err=21
text=userCertificate;binary: value #0 normalization failed
Looking through the certificateExactNormalize in sourcecode, it seems
the problem comes from the normalization of IssuerDn. Sure enough, in
my case the issuer dn is :
CN = Certigna Services CA
188.8.131.52 = NTRFR-48146308100036
OU = 0002 48146308100036
O = DHIMYOTIS
C = FR
Openldap has problem with the "184.108.40.206 = NTRFR-48146308100036" part,
it is declared as organizationIdentifier but don't appear in openldap
core schema (yet ?).
I managed to avoid the error by adding an attribute to schema but I'm
wondering if there is not a better way to do it, and why is the
normalize called here ?
My ldap version is the debian one :
# slapd -V
@(#) $OpenLDAP: slapd (Apr 23 2013 12:16:04) $
Is an update sufficient?
Thank you for your answers,
The attribute type organizationIdentifier (220.127.116.11) has been introduced
in X.520 only in 2012. It has not been made it's way into LDAP yet. It
has been introduced into openssl source code only in May 2017.
You should create a private schema which includes organizationIdentifer.
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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