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Re: (ITS#3425) HEAD fails to replicate newer provider entries over older repliac entries

Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:

> --On Saturday, December 11, 2004 5:36 AM -0800 Howard Chu 
> <hyc@symas.com> wrote:
>> I'd like to see logs for the update operation that changes this entry.
>>  -d7 on the provider
>>  -d16391 on the consumer
> I have the data gathered, but the OpenLDAP FTP site is out of space 
> for me to upload them to.
> If you want to access them directly, they are on ldap-dev0 and 
> ldap-dev3, on "/" as:
> its3425-provider.output.gz (ldap-dev0)
> its3425-replica.output.gz (ldap-dev3)
OK, I see. The provider is doing the right thing. The consumer is 
failing to update the entry. It receives the new entry from the provider 
and searches for an existing entry with the same entryUUID. Since you 
have recreated the entry on the provider, the entryUUID no longer 
matches the one on the consumer. The consumer finds no match, and then 
tries to Add the target entry, but then gets "Already Exists" because an 
entry with the same DN does exist, and it stops at that point. Will 
patch the consumer soon.

  -- Howard Chu
  Chief Architect, Symas Corp.       Director, Highland Sun
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