Virtually completed the steps listed here...
https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Linux_Domain_Identity_Authentication_and_Policy_Guide/migrating-ipa-proc.html

Managed to get IPA2 deleted and removed from 'ipa-replica-manage list' so now 
it is down to IPA1. No amount of effort will seem to kill that sucker off.

ipa-replica-manage del ipa1.stt.local --force
Connection to 'ipa1.stt.local' failed:
Forcing removal of ipa1.stt.local
Skipping calculation to determine if one or more masters would be orphaned.
No RUV records found.

$ ipa-replica-manage del ipa1.stt.local --force -c
Connection to 'ipa1.stt.local' failed:
Forcing removal of ipa1.stt.local
Skipping calculation to determine if one or more masters would be orphaned.
No RUV records found.

$ ipa-replica-manage list
ipa1.stt.local: master
ipa3.stt.local: master
ipa4.stt.local: master

Obviously connection to ipa1 failed because in previous step, I had to shut it 
down on ipa1 (ipactl stop)

What's the trick to get rid of an old, discontinued 'master' ?

Craig White
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