Winsync Agreement Already Exists On Subtree
FreeIPA 4.2 and more manages agreements with ipa-replica-manage and ipa-csreplica-manage tools. The downside of the tools is this: for some entries in the user database, there may be an information error message indicating that the password is not reset since the entry is already available: FreeIPA 4.3 introduces a managed topology. Topology is managed as data and replicated on all other servers. It is represented by two new types of IPA objects: topology supersuffix and topology segments. The topology system represents a directory server suffix mentioned above. The topology segment represents replication agreements between two servers. For more information on CLI commands, visit ipa-Hilfetopology. IPA servers automatically change their replication agreements based on this configuration. It has the following advantages: A special user input is created for the PassSync service. The DN of this entrance is uid-passsync,cn-sysaccounts,cn-etc,. You don`t need to use PassSync to use a Windows sync agreement, but it is necessary to set a password for the user. The only way to remedy this situation is to re-initialize the agreement I have just dealt with, so I should be able to deal with that agreement.
According to the manual, you can: 1. Create a two-way chord 2. Change it in a single-use agreement FreeIPA now verifies if certain DNS domains are available before installing the built-in DNS server, and refuses to use DNS domain names already used by other DNS servers. This avoids problems caused by situations where multiple DNS servers are wrong, as authorization servers for individual DNS domains. This has several consequences: if you create a sync agreement between FreeIPA and Active Directory, then add the oneWaySync property to the agreement, the agreement will be void. All right. I am just trying to determine whether it is really necessary to extend winsync to deal with this case. So I`m going to continue with fedorahosted.org/389/ticket/316 ipa-replica-manage connect –winsync –passsync-MySecret –cacert-/root/WIN-CA.cer –binddn “cn-administrator,cn-users,dc-ad,dc-example,dc-com” and it seems that it works, even in the post here is a circumvention of the problem by re-initialing the consumer.
What is not successful is the transformation of a two-way agreement into a one-way agreement. It never worked and he switched to RFE. FreeIPA is a multimaster technology. Data changes on one server are automatically replicated on all other servers. The data is stored in the Directory Server in two suffixes: a domain souffix, z.B. dc-example,dc-com, which contains all domain data (users, groups, hbac and sudo rules,…) and, if the configuration has a CA, a ca suffix (o-ipaca) that contains the data of the certificate server. IPA servers are usually not connected to all other servers, but usually to a few servers. This means that the data is transmitted gradually.
The path is defined in Directory Server by what are called replication chords. The replication agreements for each suffix must be managed separately. The maximum number of agreements recommended on a server is 4 for each suffix. It is necessary to properly manage the topology of the replication chords so that in the event of a server failure, all the topology is not separated. Then it gives you a way to change it to uni-directional, which means changing the existing agreement: move the return ticket to NEEDS_TRIAGE to redecorate it. The 389-ds winsync plugin API does not have an API for add-post user recall, i.e. we save the user migrated into the ipausers group because it doesn`t yet exist. One of the most common synchronization errors is that the IdM server cannot connect to the Active Directory server: I have already filed an RFE ticket at 389 to add this reminder: 389-ds-base-1.2.11 added post-add/mod reminders in the api winsync v2. port389.org/wiki/Windows_Sync_Plugin_API#Version_2_API_functions According to the manual, these are not only valid acts, but also the only legitimate possibility of creating a single-use agreement. But in the 389-DS administration guide is the same ldapmodify related to