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A note and a complaint. Being a lazy sysadmin, I configured my ca_ttl to
25y. I assumed (poorly) that the ca would be created with the 25 year life
span, and then certs would be created and use the end date of the root
cert. This is not correct. Somehow a root CA can create certificates that
extend beyond it's expiration.

On 32-bit servers 25Y is beyond the end of the world. In puppet, this
results in the generic message:

err: Could not request certificate: time out of range

Figured I would post it to help any other lazy saps who still have to
support 32-bit.

Enjoy!

Jordan

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