Just to keep your Tuesday fun, is this possible:
ipa-replica-manage list <---- shows all 16
1 of the servers broke a couple of weeks ago and was removed with
"clean-ruv" but STILL shows up in the replica list, but not a single
master has a replica agreement with it, so there is no way to delete it
since trying to do "ipa-replica-manage del" with any options, including
force, from ANY servers says there is no replica agreement. How is this
possible and how do I get rid of the phantom replica? and I did try
--cleanup and it took it, but did nothing. And there is NOTHING in the
To further clarify, it is not a CA either, and never was.
Very confusing indeed. I just like to keep the developers on their toes.
list shows the those entries in cn=masters,cn=ipa,cn=etc,$SUFFIX. It
doesn't show agreements or topology.
What output do you see when --cleanup is used?
You should check the 389-ds access log after this is run as well to see
what searches and mods were attempted.
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