> If you do a local login instead of a kinit, you will see that SSSD will
> switch to the new server and subsequent kinit will start using it.
Ok, I checked and it works just fine for me, thanks.
This dynamic discovery of freeipa servers by sssd is very elegant and
but I still do not understand how do you automatically switch to a replica
(ipa2) if your master (ipa1) is down
in some cases:
- to access the freeipa web ui. You have to use an url, e.g.
If ipa1 is down, how do you know which url to use ?
- if you have other web apps that authenticate against the freeIPA LDAP
Usually you have to provide a ldap url in the web app configuration, e.g.
What happens when ipa1 is down ?
> This is tracked here:
> Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York
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