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Re: Issue in syncprov findcsn code
> say: no. Just complain (and refuse to start) if the problem can be
> solved by running "slapadd -S <SID>" or "slapcat | sed | slapadd".
> - the problem should not occur run-time in a homogeneous,
> well-configured system (== same versions, consistent configuration).
> it happens, just give up replication and/or commence a full refresh
> (agree that assert'ing would be bad).
> - slapadd could detect from the configuration whether -S is needed
> (don't think it could determine the right SID, but at least it could
> complain, and require a --force (to be implemented) if one retains to
> know what he's doing).
Can I confirm the use case here? I've not used the -S option and it sounds
very important. According to Ando it should be clearly documented too.
Is it used in a MM/N-Way when exporting via slapcat and then importing to
another server that will have its own serverID, hence the -S to override the
currently exported serverID from the first server?
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