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Re: (ITS#3996) syncrepl with subordinate back-meta keeps reconnecting.

pfnguyen@best.com wrote:
> Full_Name: Perry Nguyen
> Version: 2.3.7
> OS: Linux FC3
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
> Submission from: (NULL) (
> I am using syncrepl to replicate from a master which has a bdb and a back-meta
> glued into the same namingContext.  On the master, I have an ACL set so that the
> replicator login cannot descend into the glued back-meta.  When I launch the
> consumer slapd, it connects to the master in a continual loop, something that
> /seems/ like for (;;) reconnect_to_master();
> (Yes, I realize the backend configurations for the producer and consumer are
> different, I am testing changes on the master which I've not yet propagated to
> the slave).
> The configuration of the producer and consumer slapds and a log of the consumer
> follow:
The consumer log indicates that the producer is not returning a syncrepl 
control with its response, so the consumer treats it as an invalid 
response and tries again. The interesting question now is why the 
producer is misbehaving. I don't have time to dig into this at the moment.

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