We haven’t had a failure in the last couple of updates. But there have been enough
problems in upgrades that we do it manually. In fact we duplicate all of our VMs, setting
up a duplicate set of servers, and first try the upgrade on them before we do it in
production. We have too many eggs in one basket to risk problems with IPA.
On Mar 31, 2021, at 2:45 PM, Suchismita Panda via FreeIPA-users
I would like to know the best practice for patching FreeIPA-Server packages. We generally
have daily patching enabled in our servers. Will it be a good idea to do automatic
patching of FreeIPA-Server packages?
If we want to restrict the FreeIPA-Server packages from automatomatic upgrade and rather
keep it for manual upgrade, what are the packages we should hold back with a version
restriction? And how frequently should we do the manual upgrade? If the FreeIPA-client
packages are upgraded regularly by daily patching(yum-cron or unattended upgrade) will
there be any problem with authentication, if the FreeIPA-Servers are behind version
We have two FreeIPA environments, one with CentOS7 and another with CentOS8. And we have
FreeIPA clients mostly with Ubuntu(18 and 20) and CentOS (7 and 8).
Any help and guidance is appreciated.
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