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Re: Ldap Servers sharing same mount point


ThanX for the reply

But, the problem with replication daemon is that
adding new entries at the slave slapd does not work
properly. The entries added at master slapd is
propagated to the slave. But, adding entries at the
slave slapd, gets added only to that database.

The slapd & slurpd administrations talks about a
referral to be in slave slapd.conf. I have the
following line in my slave slapd.conf

referral ldap://  # master ldap server

But, it does not seem to work

Any idea about this problem ?

--- Hugo.van.der.Kooij@caiw.nl wrote:
> On Sat, 2 Dec 2000, Iddyamadom Santhoshkumar wrote:
> > As part of setting up two ldap servers (for
> > availability) we thought of setting up two
> machines
> > with OpenLdap installed on both of them. Both
> "slapd"s
> > point to the same database (same "directory" entry
> in
> > slapd.conf in both machines). It is possible to do
> > ldapsearch only on the machine where slapd is
> started
> > first. On the other machine, ldapsearch gives
> > "ldap_search: No Such object" . With detailed log,
> it
> > seems the problem is ldbm_cache_open returns error
> 11,
> > "Resource Temporarily Unavailable", while trying
> to
> > open dn2id.gdbm
> I don't think you can have two servers accessing the
> same backend database
> like this. Perhaps it works with a SQL backend
> database but it is a
> nightmare setup.
> For multiple servers the replication daemon is the
> path to go.
> Hugo.
> -- 
> Hugo van der Kooij; Oranje Nassaustraat 16; 3155 VJ 
> Maasland
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