Yes, that's my problem. These VMs were created by openstack and generated host name without domain at all. Anyway can let the new created VM can join domain automatically?
Thanks Martin. 2015-10-14 22:40 GMT+08:00 Martin Kosek <mko...@redhat.com>: > On 10/14/2015 03:43 PM, zhiyong xue wrote: > > There are lots of VMs created from Openstack in our envrioment. And we > > need to install IPA client on them. I want to create a base image which > > have installed IPA client, and generate VM from this image. > > > > When the VM first boot will auto register to IPA server. But the VM's > > host name has no domain(not a FQDN) and failed to register. > > How does the client get the domain then? It is currently needed for the > FreeIPA > clients, so you need to either postpone Client registration until domain is > set, or override the hostname in ipa-client-install with static domain, > like > > # ipa-client-install --hostname `hostname`.mydomain.test > > > What's the right approach to install IPA client for VMs which cloned > > from base image? > > > > Thanks, > > -- Brave > > > > > > > >
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