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Re: Ldap Data Replication problem
One mistake I made on this: If you use the rootdn to
send an update to the slave, it WILL allow updates.
This is because slurpd has to have access to do updates.
If you try to update with any other (non-root) dn, the
slave should return a referral to the master (not
accept the update, but tell the client to go to the
master). At least, this is my understanding of it.
For one, I don't have any rules on the slave which allow
"write" permission, and I set up a "referral" line. I'm
not sure that this is the proper way to do it, but it
seems to work.
Hope this helps.
On Wed, 7 Jun 2000, [iso-8859-1] Prashant K.S wrote:
> I am trying to replicate an LDAP database.I have a
> master and a slave slapd running on two different
> servers. I have a slurpd running on the server on
> which master slapd is running. So when I make a client
> request to update the database to the master slapd,
> thedatabase gets updated in the master as well as the
> slave. But when I make a request to the slave slapd,
> there is no way that it can refer to the master and
> update the master's database. Actually I tried giving
> the referral as the ip address of master. But it seems
> not to be working. Is there anything else to be done
> so that when the request comes for slave, it is
> immediately redirected to the master.
> Thanks in Advance
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