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ipa-replica-install(1)			 IPA Manual Pages		   ipa-replica-install(1)

NAME
       ipa-replica-install - Create an IPA replica

SYNOPSIS
       ipa-replica-install [OPTION]... replica_file

DESCRIPTION
       Configures a new IPA server that is a replica of the server that generated it. Once it has
       been created it is an exact copy of the original  IPA  server  and  is  an  equal  master.
       Changes made to any master are automatically replicated to other masters.

       The replica_file is created using the ipa-replica-prepare utility.

       If  the	installation fails you may need to run ipa-server-install --uninstall before run-
       ning ipa-replica-install again.

       The installation will fail if the host you are installing the replica on exists as a  host
       in  IPA or an existing replication agreement exists (for example, from a previously failed
       installation).

       A replica should only be installed on the same or higher version of IPA on the remote sys-
       tem.

OPTIONS
   BASIC OPTIONS
       --setup-ca
	      Install and configure a CA on this replica. If a CA is not configured then certifi-
	      cate operations will be forwarded to a master with a CA installed.

       --ip-address=IP_ADDRESS
	      The IP address of this server. If this address does not match the address the  host
	      resolves	to  and  --setup-dns  is  not selected the installation will fail. If the
	      server hostname is not resolvable, a record for  the  hostname  and  IP_ADDRESS  is
	      added to /etc/hosts.

       -p DM_PASSWORD, --password=DM_PASSWORD
	      Directory Manager (existing master) password

       -w ADMIN_PASSWORD, --admin-password=ADMIN_PASSWORD
	      Admin user Kerberos password used for connection check

       --mkhomedir
	      Create home directories for users on their first login

       -N, --no-ntp
	      Do not configure NTP

       --no-ui-redirect
	      Do not automatically redirect to the Web UI.

       --ssh-trust-dns
	      Configure OpenSSH client to trust DNS SSHFP records.

       --no-ssh
	      Do not configure OpenSSH client.

       --no-sshd
	      Do not configure OpenSSH server.

       --skip-conncheck
	      Skip connection check to remote master

       -d, --debug
	      Enable debug logging when more verbose output is needed

       -U, --unattended
	      An unattended installation that will never prompt for user input

   CERTIFICATE SYSTEM OPTIONS
       --skip-schema-check
	      Skip check for updated CA DS schema on the remote master

   DNS OPTIONS
       --setup-dns
	      Generate	a  DNS	zone  if  it does not exist already and configure the DNS server.
	      This option requires that you either specify at least one DNS forwarder through the
	      --forwarder option or use the --no-forwarders option.

       --forwarder=IP_ADDRESS
	      Add  a  DNS  forwarder  to  the DNS configuration. You can use this option multiple
	      times to specify more forwarders, but at least one must  be  provided,  unless  the
	      --no-forwarders option is specified.

       --no-forwarders
	      Do not add any DNS forwarders. Root DNS servers will be used instead.

       --reverse-zone=REVERSE_ZONE
	      The reverse DNS zone to use

       --no-reverse
	      Do  not  create  new reverse DNS zone. If a reverse DNS zone already exists for the
	      subnet, it will be used.

       --no-host-dns
	      Do not use DNS for hostname lookup during installation

       --no-dns-sshfp
	      Do not automatically create DNS SSHFP records.

EXIT STATUS
       0 if the command was successful

       1 if an error occurred

       3 if the host exists in the IPA server or a replication agreement  to  the  remote  master
       already exists

IPA					   May 16 2012			   ipa-replica-install(1)
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