Bret Wortman wrote:
> Never mind. Lost my mind.
> 
> ipa-replica-install followed by ipa-ca-install appears to be the ticket.

Or you can do it in one step by passing --setup-ca to ipa-replica-install

rob

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> Bret
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> On 03/29/2017 06:22 AM, Bret Wortman wrote:
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>> I've tried googling but keep coming up with beer recipes.
>>
>> How do you suggest adding the replica CA? I'm piecing together the
>> options I want on my ipa-server-install command and am trying to
>> understand the CA-related options.
>>
>> Thanks!
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>> Bret
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>> On 03/28/2017 08:45 AM, Bret Wortman wrote:
>>> I'm studying the best way to migrate out IPA servers (there are two)
>>> from F21 to C7. I _think_ the sequence of steps I need to perform is:
>>>
>>>     1. Build new C7 IPA server (ipa-c) and enable replication to it.
>>>     2. Migrate CA functions from our existing CA server (ipa-a) to
>>>     this new one (ipa-c).
>>>     3. Upgrade ipa-b to C7 and enable replication to it.
>>>     4. Either upgrade ipa-a and have a third ipa server or discard
>>>     the vm in favor of the two now in service.
>>>
>>> Am I missing anything? Making this harder than it needs to be?
>>>
>>> Our F21 servers are using IPA 4.1.4-1 (and pki-ca 10.2.1-3) so I'm
>>> not if replication across versions is supported between these and IPA
>>> 4.4.0 (pki-ca 10.3.3).
>>>
>>>
>>> -- 
>>> *Bret Wortman*
>>> Damascus Products
>>> ph/fax: 1-855-644-2783
>>> Wrap Buddies InDemand <wrapbuddies.co/store> at
>>> http://bwortman.us/2ieQN4t
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