Randy Morgan wrote:
> After some serious arm twisting, I was finally able to get the server to
> run a yum update. It would appear that some of the files for ipa had
> become corrupted and this was the reason it would not start. After the
> yum update, it started just fine and I was able to run an IPA-upgrade
> command. That seemed to correct the problem with the server being
> down. No I will have to work through the multiple master configs and
> make sure everything is working like it is supposed to so this does not
> happen again.
Ok, glad it's working again.
Still the lack of failover wasn't good. It may be the way your clients
> Randy Morgan
> Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
> Brigham Young University
> On 08/14/2017 12:58, Rob Crittenden wrote:
>> Randy Morgan via FreeIPA-users wrote:
>>> Over the weekend our IPA Master failed and I can not get ipactl to
>>> start, the Directory Service fails. We have two replicas and I was
>>> under the impression that if one of the servers failed the others would
>>> pickup the load, that is not happening however, and we have been down
>>> for two days now. Is there something that I need to do to the replicas
>>> to make one of them the new master, and if so could you walk me through
>>> the conversion?
>> Failover depends on your configuration and what isn't failing over. Can
>> you provide more details on what isn't working? Be sure to include
>> detrails on how your clients are configured, whether your IPA servers
>> have DNS srv records, etc.
>> Once we get that working we can tackle what is going on with the failed
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