David Copperfield wrote:
Is there a nagios check for replication check among IPA servers and
replicas? If not, is there a way to test the replica status through some
files or underlying LDAP command outputs?
I have one test environment with a IPA server on a Vmware instance, two
IPA replicas created from the server, and a few IPA clients which talks
I shutdown IPA server from time to time for whole machine level backups.
after IPA server boots back up again, some times it fails 'IPA
user-find' command. I am not sure:
1, how long does it take for the IPA server to replicate/sync from
changes on IPA replicas during the server's down time?
It depends on the number of changes. 389-ds basically starts this when
the connection comes back up.
2, How to check the replication/sync processes?
The agreements are in cn=mapping tree,cn=config. You'll need to bind as
the directory manager or as a user delegated access to read this. There
are some delegation status attributes.
3, are the IPA commands failed as a protection because the IPA server
is still in replication/sync waiting/doing process?
I'm not sure what you mean by failed. How did it fail?
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