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Re: (ITS#4813) glue/syncrepl
> Full_Name: Allan E. Johannesen
> Version: 2.3.33
> OS: Linux EL 4
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
> Submission from: (NULL) (126.96.36.199)
> I have two synrepl slaves and entries in both of them seem to degrade, over
> time, into "objectClass: glue" entities.
> These entries are not updated, so this degradation appears to be autonomous in
> the slaves. The slaves have identical problems, the master retains the
> structure of the entries.
> I see IS#4626 which has this same sort of problem, and perhaps I should have
> followed on to that, but I can say that this problem must be much worse in
> 2.3.33 than previously, since this has only happened to me since upgrading to
> this release.
> My ou people is reduced to glue as is the ou access. The simplesecurity object
> is gone entirely from the slaves' database. This is only the beginning of the
> display of differences in the data.
> These entries were not modified since the database creation, and the
> disintegration only occurs in the slaves.
> Let me know if more info is needed.
Since you mention that this occurs more often in 2.3.33 than in "previous
releases" - what previous version are you comparing to?
Please provide the relevant section of your slave slapd.conf - the database
clause and its syncrepl statement at least. Are there any ACLs on the
provider that would prevent the slave from seeing parts of the affected entries?
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