Chapter 8. Updating and Migrating Identity Management
8.1. Updating Identity Management
yumutility to update the Identity Management packages on the system.
yumupgrades the Identity Management server or client to this version.
8.1.1. Considerations for Updating Identity Management
- After you update the Identity Management packages on at least one server, all other servers in the topology receive the updated schema, even if you do not update their packages. This ensures that any new entries which use the new schema can be replicated among the other servers.
- Downgrading Identity Management packages is not supported.
ImportantDo not run the
yum downgradecommand on any of the ipa-* packages.
- Red Hat recommends upgrading to the next version only. For example, if you want to upgrade to Identity Management for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4, we recommend upgrading from Identity Management for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3. Upgrading from earlier versions can cause problems.
yum to Update the Identity Management Packages
yum update ipa-*
- For details on using the
yumutility, see Yum in the System Administrator's Guide.
mod_nssmodule. You can ensure that by following these steps:
- Edit the
/etc/httpd/conf.d/nss.conffile and set the
TLSv1.0(for backward compatibility),
- Restart the
# systemctl restart httpd.service
yum update ipa-*command is launched to upgrade the main packages.