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ipa-csreplica-manage(1) 					 IPA Manual Pages					   ipa-csreplica-manage(1)

NAME
ipa-csreplica-manage - Manage an IPA CS replica SYNOPSIS
ipa-csreplica-manage [OPTION]... [connect|disconnect|del|list|re-initialize|force-sync] DESCRIPTION
Manages the CA replication agreements of an IPA server. connect [SERVER_A] <SERVER_B> - Adds a new replication agreement between SERVER_A/localhost and SERVER_B disconnect [SERVER_A] <SERVER_B> - Removes a replication agreement between SERVER_A/localhost and SERVER_B del <SERVER> - Removes all replication agreements and data about SERVER list [SERVER] - Lists all the servers or the list of agreements of SERVER re-initialize - Forces a full re-initialization of the IPA CA server retrieving data from the server specified with the --from option force-sync - Immediately flush any data to be replicated from a server specified with the --from option The connect and disconnect options are used to manage the replication topology. When a replica is created it is only connected with the master that created it. The connect option may be used to connect it to other existing replicas. The disconnect option cannot be used to remove the last link of a replica. To remove a replica from the topology use the del option. If a replica is deleted and then re-added within a short time-frame then the 389-ds instance on the master that created it should be restarted before re-installing the replica. The master will have the old service principals cached which will cause replication to fail. OPTIONS
-H HOST, --host=HOST The IPA server to manage. The default is the machine on which the command is run Not honoured by the re-initialize command. -p DM_PASSWORD, --password=DM_PASSWORD The Directory Manager password to use for authentication -v, --verbose Provide additional information -f, --force Ignore some types of errors --from=SERVER The server to pull the data from, used by the re-initialize and force-sync commands. EXAMPLES
List a server's replication agreements. # ipa-csreplica-manage list srv1.example.com srv2.example.com srv3.example.com Re-initialize a replica: # ipa-csreplica-manage re-initialize --from srv2.example.com This will re-initialize the data on the server where you execute the command, retrieving the data from the srv2.example.com replica Add a new replication agreement: # ipa-csreplica-manage connect srv2.example.com srv4.example.com Remove an existing replication agreement: # ipa-csreplica-manage disconnect srv1.example.com srv3.example.com Completely remove a replica: # ipa-csreplica-manage del srv4.example.com Using connect/disconnect you can manage the replication topology. EXIT STATUS
0 if the command was successful 1 if an error occurred IPA
Jul 14 2011 ipa-csreplica-manage(1)

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ipa-client-automount(1) 					 IPA Manual Pages					   ipa-client-automount(1)

NAME
ipa-client-automount - Configure automount and NFS for IPA SYNOPSIS
ipa-client-automount [OPTION]... <location> DESCRIPTION
Configures automount for IPA. The automount configuration consists of three files: o /etc/nsswitch.conf o /etc/sysconfig/autofs o /etc/autofs_ldap_auth.conf By default this will use DNS discovery to attempt to determine the IPA server(s) to use. If IPA servers are discovered then the automount client will be configured to use DNS discovery. If DNS discovery fails or a specific server is desired, use the --server option. The default automount location is named default. To specify a different one use the --location option. The IPA client must already be configured in order to configure automount. The IPA client is configured as part of a server installation. There are two ways to configure automount. The default is to use sssd to manage the automount maps. Alternatively autofs can configured to bind to LDAP over GSSAPI and authenticate using the machine's host principal. The nsswitch automount service is configured to use either sss or ldap and files depending on whether SSSD is configured or not. NFSv4 is also configured. The rpc.gssd and rpc.idmapd are started on clients to support Kerberos-secured mounts. OPTIONS
--server=SERVER Set the IPA server to connect to --location=LOCATION Automount location -S, --no-sssd Do not configure the client to use SSSD for automount -d, --debug Print debugging information to stdout -U, --unattended Unattended installation. The user will not be prompted --uninstall Restore the automount configuration files FILES
Files that will be always be configured: /etc/nsswitch.conf Files that will be configured when SSSD is the automount client (default): /etc/sssd/sssd.conf Files that will be configured when using the ldap automount client: /etc/sysconfig/autofs /etc/autofs_ldap_auth.conf EXIT STATUS
0 if the installation was successful 1 if an error occurred IPA
May 25 2012 ipa-client-automount(1)

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