Additionally, upgrading opendnssec from 1.4.9 in Xenial directly to
2.0.3 in Zesty is not supported by opendnssec. Migration to 2.0.x+ is
only supported from 1.4.10+.

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  upgrade from xenial multiple crashes

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Bug description:
  upgrading FreeIPA from xenial to yakkity or directly to zesty breaks
  in several spots.

  /etc/pki/pki.version has an invalid version (10.2.6+git20160317) in

  changing this to 10.2.6 gets past this error.

  default port for nss in apache starting in yakkety is 8443. Conflicts
  with pki-tomcat if maintainer version of config file is installed.

  tomcat.service and /etc/systemd/system/apache2.service.d/ipa.conf
  reference files in /usr/libexec which doesn't exist. The files are
  installed at /usr/lib. Linking /usr/libexec to /usr/lib works around

  GssapiDelegCcacheUnique is not available in the version of mod-auth-gssapi 
available on yakkity. It is available in zesty.

  in yakkety the jaxrs jar changed names.
  ln -sf /usr/share/java/ /usr/share/java/jaxrs-api.jar
  yakkety was missing the dependency libscannotation-java

  ipa-server-upgrade crashes if freeipa-server-trust-ad isn't installed

"/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ipaserver/install/server/", line 
49, in <module>
      from ipaserver.install import adtrustinstance
  ImportError: cannot import name adtrustinstance

  after fixing these, upgrading from xenial directly to the zesty
  version seems to work. Upgrding to yakkity may work as well but I
  haven't tested it since sorting out the libexec bug.

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