Hi Martin, Thanks for the reply! That's the plan. As we can't really change REALM easily or as it's not recommended, we have to unfortunately drag this "issue" with us.
This by the way, leads us to not being able to setup SRV records as we collide with an AD in the same organisation. Real shame realm can't be changed somehow. For now, no failover for us. Kind regards, Christophe Sent from my iPhone On 1 Feb 2017, at 14:18, Martin Basti <mba...@redhat.com<mailto:mba...@redhat.com>> wrote: On 01.02.2017 14:06, Christophe TREFOIS wrote: Hi all, Small question which might be naive. We have an existing setup with 4 replicas, all with FQDNs like replica1.example.com<http://replica1.example.com> and REALM example.com<http://example.com>. We want to add another replica, replica5, whose FQDN would have a different domain, so say replica5.example.org<http://replica5.example.org>. The DNS would be resolvable as it would be managed by the same DNS server (outside of our control). We don’t think this should have any impact. Is this a fair assumption? We just want to make sure. Kind regards, Christophe It should work, but keep on mind that replica5 will be still part of realm EXAMPLE.COM<http://EXAMPLE.COM> Martin
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