identityd: "Provisioned with backup" meaning/effects

Remi Mores 0 Reputation points
2024-04-22T09:04:27.8166667+00:00

Hello,

when i inspect aziot-identityd in the linux-journal, I always see the entry "Provisioned with backup for <.....>"

I'm using DPS with x509 CA authentication.

I would like to know what is causing this, or why a "backup" is used?

And what kind of "backup" is this referring to? A certificate?

It's unclear for me if this is normal behaviour or not.

It's not an error and not a warning. But why is a "backup" used then? What is it talking about?

Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> systemd[1]: Started Azure IoT Identity Service.
Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> aziot-identityd[1017]: 2024-04-22T08:25:32Z [INFO] - Starting service...
Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> aziot-identityd[1017]: 2024-04-22T08:25:32Z [INFO] - Version - 1.4.8
Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> aziot-identityd[1017]: 2024-04-22T08:25:32Z [INFO] - Provisioning starting. Reason: Startup
Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> aziot-identityd[1017]: 2024-04-22T08:25:32Z [INFO] - Provisioned with backup for <my_hostname>.
Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> aziot-identityd[1017]: 2024-04-22T08:25:32Z [INFO] - Successfully provisioned with DPS.
Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> aziot-identityd[1017]: 2024-04-22T08:25:32Z [INFO] - Provisioning complete.
Apr 22 10:25:32 <my_hostname> aziot-identityd[1017]: 2024-04-22T08:25:32Z [INFO] - Identity reconciliation started. Reason: Startup

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