Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Installation GuidePreface1. Installing the Directory Server packages1.1. Prerequisites1.2. Installing the Directory Server Packages2. Setting up a new Directory Server instance2.1. Prerequisites2.2. Setting up a new instance on the command line using a .inf file2.2.1. Creating a .inf file for a Directory Server instance installation2.2.2. Using a .inf file to set up a new Directory Server instance2.2.3. Opening required ports in the firewall2.3. Setting up a new instance on the command line using the interactive installer2.3.1. Settings supported in the interactive installer2.3.2. Creating an instance using the interactive installer2.3.3. Opening required ports in the firewall2.4. Setting up a new instance using Cockpit2.4.1. Using Cockpit to set up a new Directory Server instance2.4.2. Opening required ports in the firewall3. Installing Directory Server with Kerberos authentication behind a load balancer3.1. Prerequisites3.2. Understanding the differences when setting up an instance with Kerberos behind a load balancer3.3. Creating a .inf file for a Directory Server instance installation3.4. Using a .inf file to set up a new Directory Server instance3.5. Opening required ports in the firewall3.6. Creating a keytab for the load balancer and configuring Directory Server to use the keytab4. Updating Directory Server4.1. Prerequisites4.2. Updating the Directory Server packages5. Migrating Directory Server 10 to Directory Server 115.1. Prerequisites5.2. Migrating to Directory Server 11 using the replication method5.3. Migrating to Directory Server 11 using the export and import method6. Installing, updating, and uninstalling the password synchronization service6.1. Understanding the password synchronization service works6.2. Downloading the password synchronization service installer6.3. Installing the password synchronization service6.4. Updating the password synchronization service6.5. Uninstalling the password synchronization service7. Uninstalling Directory Server7.1. Uninstalling Directory ServerA. Command-line utilities replaced in Red Hat Directory Server 11B. Revision HistoryLegal Notice Installation Guide Red Hat Directory Server 11Instructions for installing Red Hat Directory Server 11.0Marc MuehlfeldRed Hat Customer Content Servicesmmuehlfeld@redhat.comLegal NoticeAbstract This guide contains information about installing, updating, and uninstalling Red Hat Directory Server 11.0 and associated services. Preface Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.