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Re: (replication) slurpd trying to modify modifiersName?

Also Sprach Jatin Nansi <jatin.nansi@timesgroup.com> on Thu, Mar 21, 2002 at 03:18:27AM PST
> Hi,
> I was trying out replication using slurpd.
> I kept the replica binddn on the master the same as the rootdn 
> on the slave.
> At first I used the crypted password of the rootdn for credentials
> in the replica entry. At that time I got the following in the slaves log:
> Mar 21 16:27:28 jatinnansi slapd[6579]: conn=11 op=0 BIND 
> dn="CN=JATIN,DC=TIMESGROUP,DC=COM" method=128 
> Mar 21 16:27:28 jatinnansi slapd[6579]: conn=11 op=0 RESULT tag=97 err=49 
> text= 
> Mar 21 16:27:28 jatinnansi slapd[6574]: conn=11 op=1 UNBIND 
> So what is error 49?

/usr/include/ldap.h defines:

#define LDAP_INVALID_CREDENTIALS        0x31

0x31 is 49 in decimal (you can convert with 'printf "0x%x" 49')

> Then I changed the credentials on master to plain text. Now,
> everything works fine on the master. It creates the replogfile OK.
> Then when I start slurpd, I get the following in the slave log:
> Mar 21 16:31:50 jatinnansi slapd[6574]: conn=14 op=4 RESULT tag=103 err=19 
> text=modifiersName: no user modification allowed 
> Why is the slurpd trying to modify the modifiersName, it is 
> supposed to be updated by the slapd. 
> What can I do now??

I don't know; err 19 is 0x13:


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