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Re: commit: ldap/doc/man/man5 slapd-ldap.5
> At 05:05 PM 6/15/2004, Howard Chu wrote:
>>>Update of /repo/OpenLDAP/pkg/ldap/doc/man/man5
>>> slapd-ldap.5 1.19 -> 1.20
>>>fix indent (any man expert to check it?)
>>Looks OK to me.
>>On a side note, is there any reason not to just explicitly set lastmod
>> off in the backend init code?
>>Is there ever any good reason for back-ldap to generate these operational
>> attributes and send them to a remote server? I can't think of any...
> There is a very good reason not to generate these operational
> attributes. They are defined as not being user modifiable,
> hence back-ldap will get nothing but errors when it sends
> them to the remote server.
> We likely should have a backend flag which indicates whether
> lastmod on (or lastmod off) is supported by the backend (so
> the frontend can complain if inappropriately configured.
AFAIR the lastmod defaults to off in back-ldap; however, it can be
explicitly turned on (and in the past I needed it as such) to allow
replication to slip thru and get manipulated by rewrite/map features.
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