On 11/04/2015 10:27 AM, Prashant Bapat wrote:
> Ack. But in a live replicated setup wont upgrading from F21->F22 and
> F22->F23 take a long time. I mean couple of hours ?

It will take some outage time, yes. But if you have appropriate number of
replicas and are upgrading one by one, you should be fine - the clients should
fail over to other replicas.

> Are there any other ways to do this. Perhaps do a fresh install of F23 and
> then restore data from FreeIPA 4.1.4 (F21) ?

FreeIPA upgrade also updates the data themselves. Restoring old data and
configuration files on fresh F23 using full backup + running the upgrade may
work, but there may be also a lot of hurdles. It is not really a tested 

> On 4 November 2015 at 14:52, Martin Kosek <mko...@redhat.com> wrote:
>> On 11/04/2015 10:15 AM, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
>>> On (04/11/15 14:37), Prashant Bapat wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> We rolled out freeipa in our setup somewhere in beginning of 2015. Since
>>>> then there have been couple of new releases. Latest being 4.2.3.
>>>> The FreeIPA servers are installed on Fedora 21 hosts and at this point
>>>> there is no direct way of upgrading to 4.2.3 unless we also upgrade the
>> OS.
>>>> The COPR repos do not support Fedora 21.
>>> Fedora 23 was released yesterday.
>>> It means then Fedora 21 will be out of support in a month.
>>> I would definitelly recomment to upgrade it to newer Fedora.
>> +1. I did the same actually for FreeIPA demo which was also running on F21
>> before:
>> http://www.freeipa.org/page/Demo
>> I had to do it in two steps: F21->F22, F22->F23.
>> If you make sure that F22->F23 upgrade updates to freeipa-4.2.3-1.fc23 or
>> later
>> (https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2015-4d94884a7e), it
>> should
>> work just fine.
>>> If you do not want t upgrade so often you might use FreeIPA
>>> on CentOS 7
>>> LS

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