Thanks,

I stumbled across the same resolution just before I went for lunch.
Found
myself more keen to eat and less keen to let you all know I'd found a
solution.

Not sure IPA could re-use all the information between rebuilds quite as
freely as you want.  Unless you backup the IPA certificate etc. before
re-provisioning and then restore the relevant details on rebuild.  Would
that be possible?

Finally, appologies for the utter failure to edit the cruft out of my
original
message before sending it.

Cheers

Duncan

> From: Charlie Derwent
> Sent: 18 September 2012 12:34
> To: Innes, Duncan
> Cc: freeipa-users
> Subject: Re: [Freeipa-users] Cmd-line Unprovision & OTP setting for a
host
> 
> Hi 
>        
> I've used "ipa host-disable ${HOST}; ipa host-mod --password=${PASS}
${HOST}"
> In the past and that seems to work quite well.  The ideal for me would
be a
> situation where the IPA information could persist between rebuilds.
>        
> Cheers,
> Charlie
>       
> On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 12:05 PM, Innes, Duncan wrote:
>       
> > Folks,
> >             
> > Juggling a problem here that perhaps doesn't have a perfect
solution.
> > I'm looking at systems that get re-provisioned by a
> > Satellite/Spacewalk/Installation method.  For full (Free)IPA
> > integration, we normally delete the old entry from IPA, create a new
one
> > from scratch and set the OTP to match what we put in our
post-install
> > script called by the kickstart file.
> >             
> > Just noticed that I can do the same thing by Unprovisioning the
system
> > via the WebUI and then setting the OTP.
> >             
> > Is there a way to Unprovision a registered host and set a OTP via
the
> > command line?  I was looking at 'ipa host-mod --setattr' but not
getting
> > too far with the Unprovisioning aspect.
> >             
> > Duncan Innes | Linux Architect | Virgin Money
> >


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