On 04/03/2013 12:15 PM, Brent Clark wrote:
> I have set up 2 IPA servers. I followed the docs on Redhat site to do
> so. Everything went smooth and the replica was able to pull everything
> from the master. I was able to import data from an LDAP server and all
> my users and groups show up fine.
> I changed my user id password in the GUI on the replica and it did not
> propagate to the master. As I tried to login to the master server with
> the new password and it error-ed. It did take the old password. So I
> think it didn't replicate the password change. 
> In addition, I also cannot login to the replica using my user id
> anymore with either the old or new password.
> Any thoughts/help is appreciated.
> My set up is CentOS 6.3 with ipa-server-2.2.0-17.

Is the replication generally running?
Are other changes making across both ways?

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Dmitri Pal

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