On 16/08/2012 14:34, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
I am already aware of this guide - that's me in the second comment
asking more or less the same thing :)
On Thu, 16 Aug 2012, Dimitris Tsompanidis wrote:
I'm looking into setting up a Samba file server with FreeIPA as the
password backend. I don't need fancy stuff, just plain LDAP password
(my first thought was using PAM as the LDAP frontend but apparently
this does not work for Samba...)
All the tutorials I've looked into mention the need to update the
LDAP schema in FreeIPA as a part of the procedure. I'm not really
keen on doing this, at least not in my production FreeIPA cluster, so
I thought of setting up a test FreeIPA installation that would only
replicate data from the FreeIPA "master" but not the either way around.
My problem is that I can't find any way of doing this except by
creating the replica and then deleting the test replica from the
FreeIPA topology - basically creating a non-updating stand-alone copy
of my production servers.
Is there a way to force a one-way replication?
(I'd also be grateful for any mentions of less painful ways of
connecting samba to freeipa :))
For IPA v2.x the link above explains fairly easy setup.
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