DXcertgen tool fails to run reporting Segmentation Violation

Document ID:  TEC1894653
Last Modified Date:  08/07/2017
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Products

  • CA Directory

Releases

  • CA Directory:Release:12.0
  • CA Directory:Release:12.5
  • CA Directory:Release:12.6

Components

  • CA Directory:ETRDIR
  • IdentityMinder(Identity Manager):IDMGR
Question:

Running a CA Directory provided DXcertgen command line tool/utility to generate either the DSA certificates (.pem) files OR generating a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) results into failure on Linux systems reporting Segmentation Violation.

Answer:

It is possible that you have a file only with a number as a filename under $DXHOME/config/servers folder.

 

e.g. you may have (under $DXHOME/config/servers folder)

1

userstore.dxi

userstore_router.dxi

 

Here that '1' is causing this problem as DXcertgen tool is expecting a proper filename. Delete this misleading file from this location OR move it to another location to resolve this problem.

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