On Mon, 27 Jun 2016 08:59:14 -0400 Robert wrote: RS> On Mon, 27 Jun 2016 08:09:59 +0200 Martin wrote: RS> MB> On 26.06.2016 08:17, Robert Story wrote: RS> MB> > Hello, RS> MB> > RS> MB> > I was running a single ipa instance on Centos 7 for a small lab RS> MB> > (ipa-server-4.2.0-15.0.1.el7.centos.17.x86_64), and the disk was corrupted. RS> MB> > I have a (mostly) full backup (/var/log/ and /var/run/ excluded), which I RS> MB> > restored. ipa server didn't start, and wanted me to run RS> MB> > ipa-server-upgrade. This failed, and I see this in the log: RS> MB> > [...] RS> MB> Hello, upgrader refuses to upgrade because check which requires RS> MB> /var/lib/ipa failed. Upgrader thinks that IPA is not installed. RS> MB> RS> MB> So are you sure you have backup of /var/lib/ipa ? RS> RS> Yep, /var/lib/ipa is there: RS> RS> ls -lR RS> [...] RS> ./pki-ca/publish: RS> total 0 RS> lrwxrwxrwx. 1 pkiuser pkiuser 57 Jun 24 21:00 MasterCRL.bin -> /var/lib/ipa/pki-ca/publish/MasterCRL-20160624-210000.der RS> RS> RS> Looking through the backups, I see that there are no MasterCRL files from RS> the 25th (the backup I restored), but a bunch from the 24th, so maybe I RS> need to try another restore with files from then...
So restoring /var/lib/ipa didn't work, and restoring the whole VM is taking way to long. I have a new VM up with a new ipa-server install, and am wondering if there is a way to import the data from the old filesystem? Robert -- Senior Software Engineer @ Parsons
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