ipactl man page

ipactl — IPA Server Control Interface

Synopsis

ipactl command

Description

A tool to help an administer control an IPA environment.

IPA glues several discrete services together to work in concert and the order that these services are started and stopped is important. ipactl ensures that they are started and stopped in the correct order.

IPA stores the available masters and the services configured on each one. The first thing ipactl does is start (if it is not already running) the IPA 389-ds instance to query what services it controls. The hostname used in the query needs to match the hostname of the value stored in LDAP. This can be controlled with the host option in /etc/ipa/default.conf. This should be a fully-qualified hostname.

Options

start

Start all of the services that make up IPA

stop

Stop all of the services that make up IPA

restart

Stop then start all of the services that make up IPA

status

Provides status of all the services that make up IPA

-d, --debug

Display debugging information

--skip-version-check

Skip version check

--ignore-service-failures

If any service start fails, do not rollback the services, continue with the operation

-f, --force

Force IPA to start. Combine options --skip-version-check and --ignore-service-failures

Info

Mar 14 2008 FreeIPA Manual Pages