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ipa-test-config - Generate FreeIPA test configuration for use in Bash scripts
ipa-test-config [options] ipa-test-config [options] --global ipa-test-config [options] hostname
The FreeIPA integration test suite is configured by setting environment variables. The ipa-run-tests command reads these variables and prints detailed configuration for shell- based scripts to standard output. The default output of ipa-run-tests consists of export statements that can be sourced by Bash. If run without arguments, it prints out configuration specific to the local host. Another host may be specified as an argument, or via the --master, --replica, and --client options. With the --global option, it prints only configuration that is not specific to any host.
-h, --help Print out the command's usage and exit --global Output global configuration. --domain Output configuration for the given domain (environment). May be given as an index or name. By default, domain 1 is used. --master Output configuration for the master --replica Output configuration for the replica with the given number --replica Output configuration for the client with the given number --role Output configuration for the host with the given role. --no-simple Do not output Simple Vars. These are normally included for backwards compatibility. --yaml Output configuration in YAML format instead of Bash script. This requires the PyYAML library to be installed. --json Output configuration in JSON format instead of Bash script.
File-based configuration: $IPATEST_YAML_CONFIG Specifies a file that contains configuration in YAML format, as given by ipa-test-config --global --yaml. If given, the other environment variables are ignored. This requires the PyYAML library to be installed. $IPATEST_JSON_CONFIG Specifies a file that contains configuration in JSON format, as given by ipa-test-config --global --json. If given, the other environment variables are ignored. Domain configuration: Domain is implicitly defined by _envX suffix of the environment variables, if either AD_envX or MASTER_envX is defined. Host configuration: $MASTER FQDN of the first IPA server $REPLICA FQDNs of other IPA servers (space-separated) $CLIENT FQDNs of IPA clients (space-separated) $MASTER_env2, $REPLICA_env2, $CLIENT_env2, $MASTER_env3, $AD_env4,... can be used for additional domains when needed $AD_env1, $AD_env2, $AD_env3, $AD_env4, ... can be used to define Active Directory domains. Please note that these domains are not treated as separate from the IPA domains, so please use an unique environment suffix for each of your Active Directory domains. $TESTHOST_<keyword>_env<e>, e.g. $TESTHOST_LEGACY_env1 Defines a host with extra role identified as lowercased <keyword>, e.g. 'legacy'. $BEAKER<role><num>_IP_env<e>, e.g. $BEAKERREPLICA1_IP_env1 the IP address of the given host Default: resolved via gethostbyname (or DNS if $IPv6SETUP is set) Basic configuration: $IPATEST_DIR Directory for test data on the remote hosts Default: /root/ipatests $DNSFORWARD IP of a DNS forwarder Default: 22.214.171.124 $IPA_ROOT_SSH_PASSWORD root password for the remote machines Used if $IPA_ROOT_SSH_KEY is not set. $IPA_ROOT_SSH_KEY name of a file containing the private RSA key for root on the remote machines Default: ~/.ssh/id_rsa Test customization: $DOMAIN IPA domain name Default: taken from $MASTER $NISDOMAIN NIS domain name Default: ipatest $NTPSERVER NIS domain name Default: ipatest $IPv6SETUP Set to TRUE for IPv6-only connectivity $IPADEBUG Set to enable test debugging $ADMINID Admin username Default: admin $ADMINPW Admin user password Default: Secret123 $ADADMINID Active Directory Administrator username Default: Administrator $ADADMINPW Active Directory Administrator password Default: Secret123 $ROOTDN Directory manager DN Default: cn=Directory Manager $ROOTDNPWD Directory manager password Default: Secret123
0 if the command was successful 1 if an error occurred
A full description of the FreeIPA integration testing framework is available at http://www.freeipa.org/page/V3/Integration_testing