ca_cert

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Manage system CA certificates

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released Feb 15th 2021
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 2021.0.x, 2019.8.x, 2019.7.x, 2019.5.x, 2019.4.x, 2019.3.x, 2019.2.x, 2019.1.x, 2019.0.x, 2018.1.x, 2017.3.x, 2017.2.x, 2017.1.x, 2016.5.x, 2016.4.x
  • Puppet >= 4.0.0 < 8.0.0
  • RedHat
    ,
    SLES
    ,
    OpenSuSE
    ,
    Ubuntu
    , Archlinux

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Documentation

pcfens/ca_cert — version 2.3.0 Feb 15th 2021

ca_cert

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Overview

The ca_cert module tries to provide a simple way to manage Certificate Authority (CA) certificates on a Linux system. (Patches are welcome to help support other operating sytems)

Usage

After the ca_cert module has been declared add CA certificates with the ca_cert::ca definition.

ca_cert

ca_cert ensures that the locations and tools needed to manage the CAs are present on your system.

Optional parameters:

  • always_update_certs: Run your system's update CA command even when there are no updates needed. (defaults to false)
  • purge_unmanaged_CAs: Purge non-OS default CAs from the system. This will only remove CAs that might be installed using your OS's default management method. (defaults to false)
  • install_package: Whether or not this module should install the ca_certificates package. The package contains the default trusted (typically Mozilla) CA certificates, as well as the tools required for this module to manage other installed CA certificates. (defaults to true)
  • ca_certs: A hash of certificates you would like added. These may also be defined by declaring ca_cert::ca once for each certificate.
  • force_enable: For RHEL 6 and earlier. When set to true, creates backups of the legacy config, removes it, and creates symlinks to the new config.

ca_cert::ca

CAs can be added as URLs, text, or a puppet managed file

ca_cert::ca { 'GlobalSign-OrgSSL-Intermediate':
  ensure => 'trusted',
  source => 'http://secure.globalsign.com/cacert/gsorganizationvalsha2g2r1.crt',
}
ca_cert::ca { 'GlobalSign-OrgSSL-Intermediate':
  ensure => 'trusted',
  source => 'puppet:///modules/profiles/CAs/InCommon.crt',
}

ca_cert::ca:

  • ca_text: The text of the CA certificate to install. Required if text is the source (default). If a different source is specified this parameter is ignored.

  • source: Where the CA certificate should be retrieved from. text, http, https, ftp, file, and puppet protocols/sources are supported. If text, then the ca_text parameter is also required. Defaults to text.

          **Warning**: certificates delivered via http, https, or ftp won't be
          updated if the upstream source changes.
    
          **SLES 11 Specific Detail**: Cert File must be in `.pem` format
    
  • ensure: Whether or not the CA certificate should be on the system or not. Valid values are trusted, present, distrusted, and absent. Trusted is the same as present. On Debian systems untrusted is the same as absent. On RedHat based systems untrusted certificates are placed in a different path before calling the update command. (defaults to trusted)

  • verify_https_cert: If a certificate is retrieved over HTTPS, whether or not the server's certificate should be validated against the fetching machine's trusted CA list or not. (defaults to true)

  • checksum: The file will be downloaded if the checksum does not match this value. See the checksum parameter at lwf/puppet-remote_file for details.

Supported Platforms

This module has been tested on Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 12.04, CentOS 6, SLES 11, SLES 12, OpenSuSE 13.1, OpenSuSE 13.2 and OpenSuSE 42.1 Leap.