Hi Nikhil,

Your observations are correct. Testplan was updated.

On 12/17/2015 11:33 AM, Nikhil Dehadrai wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> 
> Ok. Understood.
> 
> But how about the observations, what do you think of that?
> 
> As far as new test scenarios is concerned, will wait for an update from
> other members too who can help clarify the behavior under such scenarios.
> 
> Thanks and Best Regards,
> Nikhil Dehadrai
> 
> On 12/16/2015 08:11 PM, Martin Babinsky wrote:
>> On 12/16/2015 03:17 PM, Nikhil Dehadrai wrote:
>>>   Hi There,
>>>
>>> Based on the URL for REPLICA PROMOTION Test plan
>>> (http://www.freeipa.org/page/V4/Replica_Promotion/Test_plan), I have
>>> following observations / queries.
>>>
>>> Observations:
>>> -------------------
>>> 1. For "ipa-kra-install" and "ipa-ca-install" , expected result for step
>>> 1 should be FAILED, But it is marked as SUCCEED. (What is the correct
>>> behavior here).
>>>
>>> Questions:
>>> --------------
>>> 1. As per current design  (IPA 4.2) we can prepare replica server file
>>> on an existing replica  server using "ipa-replica-prepare" and use this
>>> file to setup new replica host, how can we achieve this behavior under
>>> this new feature when MASTER domain level is set to 1.?
>>
>> You can't. The whole point of replica installation by promotion is to
>> eliminate the need to lug around files to set up new replicas.
>>
>> In domain level 1 the ipa-replica-prepare command is disabled and
>> running it raises an error (See test case 2 in
>> http://www.freeipa.org/page/V4/Replica_Promotion/Test_plan). Also
>> there is no MASTER domain level, the domain level is uniform across
>> the whole topology
>>
>>> 2. How will the "ipa topologysegment-add" work for a 3 repilca scenario?
>>> Since, under domain level 1 it uses "rightnode" and "leftnode" to form a
>>> new segment. Can I add 3rd replica to this already created "Newsegment"
>>> or we need to have it created separately? How will it work?
>>>
>> Topology segments describe replication agreements between *two*
>> endpoints (think about them as graph edges connecting two nodes). So
>> you set up a segment between replica1 and replica2. To connect third
>> replica to the topology, you have to create new segment connecting
>> either replica1 and replica3, or replica2 and replica3.
>>
>>> We can add New Test Scenarios as well:
>>> -----------------------------------------------------
>>> 1. Add scenario for domain level details at UI. Since it talks of
>>> reflecting the domain level changes at UI.
>>> 2. Add scenario to validate once domain level of master is raised to 1,
>>> after that it cannot be lowered.
>>> 3. Add scenario for "ipa-restore" using master and replica topology , so
>>> as to identify the effect of restoration on replica by using "ipa
>>> topologysegment-find realm" command.( What will be the expected behavior
>>> in this case)
>>>
>> I'm not quite sure about point 3 either. I guess that you have to
>> reenroll the replica after restore, but maybe someone more
>> knowledgeable about the feature will chime in.
>>>
>>> Let me know.
>>>
>>> Thanks and Best Regards,
>>> Nikhil Dehadrai
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
> 

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