Hi guys,

Nice to meet you all.

I need to migrate hosts(host1.domain1.com, host2.domain1.com) and DNS
from one IPA master(ipa.domain1.com) to another IPA
master(ipa.domain2.com), which will then hold the DNS for both
domains(domain1.com and domain2.com) and will become the IPA master for
all hosts(host1.domain1.com, host1.domain2.com).

Would you say the easiest and hassle-free method of doing this would be
to uninstall the IPA client on all hosts on "ipa.domain1.com" and run
fresh ipa-client-installs on them to connect them to "ipa.domain2.com" ?

I'm following the other "export users/groups" thread on the FreeIPA
mailing list but it's not applicable as we currently hold duplicate
users/groups on both IPAs.

DevOps(Recs), BSkyB.

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