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Running dxsyntax results DSA_W3180 alarm in vApp

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Article ID: 202611

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Products

CA Identity Manager CA Identity Suite CA Directory

Issue/Introduction

I have SSHed to vApp node, change user to 'dsa' user and run dxsyntax command. The output shows the following DSA_W3180 alarm 

[[email protected] ~]$ dxsyntax
** ALARM **: DSA_W3180 Configuration: for multi-write to work, knowledge 'auth-levels' must include the configured 'authentication'/'min-auth' and should not contain gaps

There is no custom CA Directory configurations.

Environment

Identity Suite Virtual Appliance 14.3

Cause

There is 'anonymous' value set in the auth-levels parameter in knowledge files of the User Store and User Store Router DSAs.

Resolution

Please SSH to the vApp node and do the following procedure on each vApp node.

a. Change user to dsa user

        su - dsa

b. Go to knowledge folder

        cd config/knowledge

c. Modify User Store dxc and its router dxc files, e.g. UserStore_userstore-01.dxc and idm-userstore-router-caim-srv-01.dxc (you may have more dxc files in your environment), remove 'anonymous' value from auth-levels parameter. I.e. change

From

     auth-levels   = anonymous, clear-password, ssl-auth

To

     auth-levels   = clear-password, ssl-auth

Or

From

     auth-levels   = anonymous, clear-password

To

     auth-levels   = clear-password

d. Run dxsyntax command again and make sure you don't have any alarm message anymore

     dxsyntax

e. To reflect the modification change you can run the following as 'dsa' user.

     dxserver init <dsa name>

    e.g.

     dxserver init UserStore_userstore-01
     dxserver init idm-userstore-router-caim-srv-01