Zak Wolfinger wrote:
On Apr 11, 2016, at 12:09 PM, Martin Basti <mba...@redhat.com
On 11.04.2016 19:01, Zak Wolfinger wrote:
We are running FreeIPA 3.0 (Dogtag 9) on CentOS and want to migrate
to the latest version.
I understand that FreeIPA 3.1 introduced Dogtag 10 and there is no
upgrade but can be accomplished as a migration.
However we are not currently using CA so that may simplify things.
Can I just do this?
1. Create a new replica VM running 4.3.1
2. Make sure it syncs up with the 3.0 primary and test
3. Promote the new replica to primary
4. Remove all the old 3.0 replicas
5. Build new 4.3.1 replicas
What do you experienced people think? What am I missing?
This may help
There is covered migration form RHEL 6 to RHEL 7, it should work
Since we are running FreeIPA on CentOS instead of IDM on RHEL, Im not
sure how this warning applies to our configuration:
If any of the instances in your IdM deployment are using Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 6.5 or earlier, upgrade them to Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 6.6 before upgrading a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 IdM
server to the 7.1 version or before connecting a Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 7.1 IdM replica.
anything to be concerned about here?
One reason is https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1083878
You need 3.0.0-38 or higher.
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