On Fri, May 25, 2018 at 5:37 PM Chris Murphy
Can't we just get a working version of FreeIPA into Fedora 28?
reflects complexity we have to deal with. What is in Fedora 28 release is good as a
standalone server because that's tested. Upgrade of that standalone server from Fedora
27 is working relatively well. What's broken is anything where you have more than one
server: a replicated environment is a majority of our users' deployments.
"Just" is never an easy option. 4.6.90.pre2 is in Fedora 28 stable updates now,
since May 15th. It looks like it is stable enough but it took us more than two months of
bugfixing to get there and Fedora 28 release deadline was well before we solved majority
of the issues.
See my other answer (to Adam) for details.
/ Alexander Bokovoy