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Re: readonly means readonly no matter what?

Quoting Stephan Siano (stephan.siano@suse.de):
> > What wins? :-)
> readonly on always wins. You won't even be able to replicate into that 
> database. BTW: your by * read ACL is never executed :-)

Hmmm, this post is misleading then. 


It would seem that binding as rootdn allows you to write, but as anything else
you get readonly access.

IF readonly always wins, then how do you make a readonly replica?

Turn readonly off and use ACLs to limit the writes?

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