HI Petr,

We had a several of reasons why we did that. We wanted to use one
language for that, and also have formatted returns. There was also
some security issue which came up.

I could ask you, why does IPA json itself ? if you see what it posts
and what it gets back as result it makes it much more clear in

HTTP loadbalancing is not difficult at all, as we post to the
webserver I need to have that part only auth right. We do more very
specific loadbalancing stuff and this is the most easy one as it's
only webserver forward, but IPA/Kerberos has an issue with the
principal it seems... it cannot be hard to make that accepted I would

I'm still looking for solutions :)



2015-03-31 15:58 GMT+02:00 Petr Spacek <pspa...@redhat.com>:
> On 31.3.2015 15:23, Matt . wrote:
>> Hi Petr,
>> We discussed that before indeed, but SRV is not usable in this case.
>> My clients are just webservers (apache) doing some executes of CURL
>> commands to ipa/json, actually the same commands as the webgui does
>> using json, but we curl it.
>> Do you have a better view now ?
> Yes. If you have seen the previous discussion then you know that it will be
> pretty difficult to do this kind of load balancing.
> Why are you not using 'ipa' command or Python API we have instead? Why to use
> CURL and make things more complex?
> Petr^2 Spacek
>> 2015-03-31 15:03 GMT+02:00 Petr Spacek <pspa...@redhat.com>:
>>> On 31.3.2015 14:35, Matt . wrote:
>>>> Hi Petr,
>>>> As this is not my topic it's for me quite "simple".
>>>> I need to post to /ipa/json through a loadbalancer, nothing more.
>>>> i have
>>>> ldap-01.domain.tld (ipa1)
>>>> ldap-01.domain.tld (ipa2)
>>>> and my loadbalancer is ldap.domain.tld
>>>> ldap requests over a loadbalancer are quite simple and working, but
>>>> the json part is more difficult because of the ticket and the dns
>>>> name. I have added a san ldap.domain.tld to the webgui and there is a
>>>> http/ldap.domain.tld service on the ipa server.
>>>> I get a nonvalid kerberos ticket when I go through ldap.domain.tld to
>>>> ldap-01.domain.tld, but when I change my script to ldap-01.domain.tld
>>>> after it failed my ticket is OK for ldap-01.domain.tld and works.
>>>> Is this enough information for you ?
>>> Well, I still do not understand the use case. What are your clients? Are you
>>> using 'ipa' command to do something? Or some other clients?
>>> Usually the best thing is to use DNS SRV records because it works even with
>>> geographically distributed clusters and does not have single point of 
>>> failure
>>> (the load balancer).
>>> This requires clients with support for DNS SRV but if your machines are 
>>> using
>>> SSSD then you do not need to change anything and it should just work.
>>> That is why I'm asking for the use case :-)
>>> Petr^2 Spacek
>>>> 2015-03-31 14:21 GMT+02:00 Petr Spacek <pspa...@redhat.com>:
>>>>> On 31.3.2015 14:02, Matt . wrote:
>>>>>> HI Phasant,
>>>>>> Check my mailings about it, it's not easy at least the kerberos part
>>>>>> not, SRV records are used for that normally.
>>>>>> Are you talking about the webgui or the ldap part ?
>>>>> I would recommend you to step back and describe use-case you have in 
>>>>> mind. It
>>>>> is important for us to understand to your use-case to propose optimal 
>>>>> solution.
>>>>> Petr^2 Spacek
>>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>>> Matt
>>>>>> 2015-03-31 13:56 GMT+02:00 Prashant Bapat <prash...@apigee.com>:
>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>> I'm trying to get 2 FreeIPA servers in a replicated mode behind a load
>>>>>>> balancer, specifically Amazon ELB.
>>>>>>> I started with editing the /etc/httpd/conf.d/ipa-rewrite.conf but looks 
>>>>>>> like
>>>>>>> there is more to it than just this file.
>>>>>>> Any suggestions ?
>>>>>>> Thanks.
>>>>>>> --Prashant
> --
> Petr Spacek  @  Red Hat

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