On 02/19/2013 06:58 AM, Bret Wortman wrote:
I have a server running freeipa and I want to migrate it to a new host.
I had thought that the easiest way might be to create a replica and load
that onto the new host, but this is proving problematic:
# ipa-replica-prepare ipamaster.my.com <http://ipamaster.my.com>
Directory Manager (existing master) password:
Preparing replica for ipamaster.my.com <http://ipamaster.my.com> from
Creating SSL certificate for the Directory Server
preparation of replica failed: cannot connect to
-5985] Cannot resolve oldmaster.my.com <http://oldmaster.my.com> using
And then a stack trace follows.
# netstat -rn | grep 9444
# lsof -i:9444
I've also tried connecting to that URL via Firefox without success. It's
just not listening there. What do I need to check? Someone else is
running some apps (redmine and others) using Passenger on that server as
well; could it be obscuring the port somehow?
We're not running IPV6, so I'm not sure why it's being referenced....
I can't comment on why you can't connect but I can explain the error
message. It's an internal mistake, if we can't connect we try another
address family, that logic is incorrect and I thought we had fixed in
this ticket https://fedorahosted.org/freeipa/ticket/2695, but apparently
we didn't. Anyway the error message is a red herring, your connection
problems lie elsewhere.
John Dennis <jden...@redhat.com>
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