On 02/04/2016 06:14 PM, Christophe TREFOIS wrote:
We are currently running a 3-replica (all are setup with the —setup-ca flag)
cluster on Fedora 21, with FreeIPA 4.1.4.
We would like to slowly upgrade to the new version and move away from Fedora to
We were thinking of the following:
- Create 3 CentOS machines with —setup-ca flag so that our current cluster is 6.
The first CentOS VM would then probably update the DB schema to the new FreeIPA
- Remove the Fedora VMs 1 by 1 from the cluster using ipa-replica-manage del
- Be happy?
1. Could you please advise if this is considered the safest practise?
More or less yes:
1. create First IPA 4.2 against some FreeIPA 4.1.4 with CA
2. create the other two against the newly Created CentOS - will verify
if it is in a good shape
3. set new renewal CRL master:
4. Migrate DNA ranges using ipa-replica-manage tool
if all works well, remove all servers:
5. remove CA repl. agreements for old servers using ipa-csreplica-manage del
6. remove old servers data and repl. agreements using ipa-replica-manage del
7. uninstall old servers using ipa-server-install --uninstall
2. Do we have to update to intermediate versions and if so how?
Should not be necessary.
Could we do anything else?
Thank you for any hints,
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