I got my answer. I did not have to restart any services. I ran the domainlevel-set command on the master and it propagated to all cluster nodes. I verified this by running domainlevel-get on each server and they all showed 1.
*Mike Plemmons | Senior DevOps Engineer | CROSSCHX* 614.427.2411 mike.plemm...@crosschx.com www.crosschx.com On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 8:35 AM, Michael Plemmons < michael.plemm...@crosschx.com> wrote: > Thank you for the reply. Is there a specific order I should perform the > DL upgrade? Should I upgrade the master first then the replicas? Does the > IPA service need to be restarted after the DL upgrade? > > > > > *Mike Plemmons | Senior DevOps Engineer | CROSSCHX* > 614.427.2411 > mike.plemm...@crosschx.com > www.crosschx.com > > On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 4:13 AM, Martin Bašti <mba...@redhat.com> wrote: > >> >> >> On 10.05.2017 22:42, Michael Plemmons wrote: >> >> I am currently running 4.4.0 on a three node cluster. My domain level is >> currently 0 on all three nodes. Is there a reason to keep the domain level >> at 0? I do not plan on adding any older versions of IPA into the cluster. >> Is there anything I need to worry about if I elevate the domain level to 1? >> >> My current setup is the server A is the master and B and C are replicas. >> I do not have replication agreements between B and C and I am looking into >> creating those agreements. If I increase the domain level do I have to >> handle anything differently if I add the B to C replication agreement? >> >> >> >> *Mike Plemmons | Senior DevOps Engineer | CROSSCHX * >> 614.427.2411 >> mike.plemm...@crosschx.com >> www.crosschx.com >> >> >> >> Hello, >> we recommend to raise DL to 1, it opens new functionality. >> >> With DL1 you can create that replication agreement via webUI, and you >> will see your replication topology, so no more ipa-replica-manage for >> connecting replicas. >> >> Martin >> >> -- >> Martin Bašti >> Software Engineer >> Red Hat Czech >> >> >
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