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Re: Slurpd fails to replicate (ITS#1298)
I can report exactely the same problem on
RedHat-7.1 + openldap-2.0.11-8
I used the same configuration files as when I used version
2.0.7 - there it worked.
One workarround is to put into the crontab the following line:
* * * * * [ -f
/var/lib/ldap/replica/slurpd.replog ] && /usr/sbin/slurpd -r
/var/lib/ldap/replica/slurpd.replog -o && rm -f
Roger Moore wrote:
> Upgrading to OpenLDAP 2.0.11 on RedHat 7.1 causes slurpd to fail to update
> servers. After upgrading a configuration which correctly updated slave
> using slurpd no longer generates updates.
> Using single-shot mode works correctly
> i.e. slurpd -r <replog file> -o
> Correctly performs the update. However when I run:
> slurpd -d -1
> I see that the config file is correctly parsed and I see the copies of the
> replog file being made correctly however I see no output from the update
> until I ctrl-C the daemon when I get:
> fm: exiting
> begin replication thread for white-clued0.fnal.gov:389
> end replication thread for white-clued0.fnal.gov:389
> slurpd: terminated.
> The replica configuration I have works correctly with 2.0.7 its only when
> upgraded to 2.0.11 that I noticed this problem. I can post the config if
> helpful. As far as I can tell it seems that the threads in 2.0.11 are
> not running (but I know next to nothing about thread programming!). The
RPM I am
> using is the official update to OpenLDAP 2.0.11-8.