On 10.03.21 17:10, Rob Crittenden via FreeIPA-users wrote:
Ronald Wimmer via FreeIPA-users wrote:
> is there a way to export all IPA configuration and import it on a new
> server? For instance to resetup everything from scratch or if purchasing
> forces us to switch to a completely different distro.
The typical way to move an IPA installation to a different distro is to
create a new replica on that distro then decommission the old one.
That's exactly what we did. (according to the RHEL documentation) But I
fear there were errors before and I was not aware of the healthcheck
command at that point in time.
Or do you want to abandon your current install and start over fresh
retain your users, groups, etc?
ipa-healthcheck reveals several ReplicationConflictCheck errors on each
of our eight ipa servers. What would you propose in order to get rid of
Additionally, there are CA troubles on two of four CA servers in that
What would probably be the best way to fix all the problems? Where
should I start? Which road should I take (Fix errors server by server?
decommissioning all seven replicas and re-setup them from scratch?)