Hi, My Freeipa setup is on AWS ec2 instances and has been working fine with just one master for a while now.
I am now trying to setup replica servers which, I was able to and the replication between both masters go fine. So, I have a master serer ipa-master-mydomain.com and repilca ipa-replica-mydomain.com I am not using DNS and rely on AWS for DNS resolution instead. My question is , how do I tell clients about the new replica server . I tried an entry in the sssd.conf domain section of the clients id_provider = ipa auth_provider = ipa ipa_server = _srv_, ipa-master-mydomain.com, repilca ipa-replica-mydomain.com This approach works fine and clients reach out to the replica as a failover. However, wanted to verify if this is the correct way. Also, can I define priority based on the order in which the IPA servers are defined in ipa_server = _srv_ ,<ipa1>,<ipa2> If the above assumption is right, I could have half of my clients connect to master always and rest to the replica that way balancing the load. Thanks Rakesh
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