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On 07/14/2010 07:43 PM, Dmitri Pal wrote:
>> UPDATE: Have just received Jakub Hrozek email (Thanks Jakub). Adding
>> > fileserver1, fileserver2 appears to have fixed the problem. However,
>> > this means that I have to edit this file on all clients if I add a new
>> > IPA server. Is there any way around this?
>> >
>> >   
> https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/ticket/367
> 

By using service records, you will still need to update the config file
on all clients - but just this once, any further configuration changes
can be made on the server in a centralized manner.

Aside from the ticket Dmitri mentioned, other useful resource to get you
started might be the "SERVICE DISCOVERY" section of either sssd-ldap or
sssd-krb5.

Also, I'm not sure about FreeIPA v1, but v2 will have SRV records by
default on the server side.

Hope this helps,
Jakub
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