Hi,

I have a 3 way IPA 4.2 setup running on Centos7.2


So ipa2 and ipa3 are replicas from ipa1.


Is a replication agreement setup between 2 and 3 automatically by default? (I 
suspect not) how do I see this is or is not the case?


This is what I have so far,


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[root@glusterp2 ~]# ipa-replica-manage -v list
Directory Manager password:

glusterp2.ods.graywitch.co.nz: master
glusterp3.ods.graywitch.co.nz: master
glusterp1.ods.graywitch.co.nz: master
[root@glusterp2 ~]#
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[root@glusterp3 ~]# ipa-replica-manage -v list
Directory Manager password:

glusterp2.ods.graywitch.co.nz: master
glusterp3.ods.graywitch.co.nz: master
glusterp1.ods.graywitch.co.nz: master
[root@glusterp3 ~]#
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If not, how do I set this up as I cant find any documentation on how.


thanks


regards

Steven
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