Description of problem:
The package pki-ocsp is missing from the pki-core module.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Should match the pki-ca package.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. sudo dnf module enable pki-core
2. dnf search pki-ocsp
No pki-ocsp package is listed.
The pki-ocsp package is available to be installed.
The command "pkispawn -s OCSP" with valid inputs fails on RHEL 8 or CentOS 8 because this package is missing, but succeeds on Fedora 32.
This is not a bug. OCSP, TPS, and TKS are in the Red Hat Certificate System layered product, which requires a separate entitlement to use. They would be in the redhat-pki module if you have that entitlement.
Please contact support if OCSP, TPS, and TKS aren't present on a RHCS LP entitlement. :-)
We (RHCS team) have no control over CentOS 8 packaging. I don't believe they package layered products either.