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The com.apple.servermgrd certificate is only used to create a SSL connection from Server.App to the server backend admin daemon. It is safe to delete as it will be recreated. You should delete the cert with the following commands: sudo security set-identity-preference -n -s com.apple.servermgrd /Library/Keychains/System.keychain sudo security ...


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If you have ssh & admin access to the server you could use the security command line tool to manipulate keychain items. It can add & delete passwords, identities and certificates, look at the security man page for the details. I haven't tried but it looks like sudo security dump-keychain -i <keychain> may do what you want. I suppose that you ...


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As Mark mentioned, AppleScript is the way to go here: Create a mail rule that runs the following script when an email from your home automation system is received. using terms from application "Mail" on perform mail action with messages theselectedMessages tell application "Mail" repeat with a_message in theselectedMessages set ...


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Depending on your needs, it might be fine to just install it in a headless virtual box that's set to autostart at boot. It gives you the option of running an actual LAMP stack with minimal overhead.


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There is no silver bullet to migrate your Mavericks server installation to a brand new machine. It really depends on the acceptable downtime and on the hardware. First some facts: Migrating a server installation or a Time Machine backup of it over a network is not possible Any migration either with the System Assistant or the Migration Assistant has to ...


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One thing to check, if jaume's procedure is still not working for you. Look at the access control list for the identity certificate that you want servermgrd to use. Make sure that the servermgrd binary is on the list. In later versions, the process listening on port 311 is called servermgr-listener so you may need to add that binary to the ACL as well.


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I find that I don't recall exactly what I did when I originally asked this question - I think I may have ended up recreating the database (as in painfully by hand.) Anyway, two years on it happened again (and exactly the same start condition - shutdown did not shutdown when time machine had been "stopping" for days without stopping, or backing up, so the ...



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