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Re: quick question about a slave openldap server
>>>>> "bulk" == bulk <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
bulk> On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 09:59:48AM +0200, Turbo Fredriksson
>> >>>>> "Andreas" == Andreas Hasenack <email@example.com>
Andreas> Em Wed, Mar 27, 2002 at 01:42:07PM +0100, Turbo
Andreas> Fredriksson escreveu:
>> >> If you have the slave read-only, NO modification is
>> possible, >> only the replication daemon can write to it...
Andreas> I couldn't reproduce this, I set readonly to yes and the
Andreas> updatedn couldn't write to it anymore... This with
>> Then the bug isn't fixed (YET!?!?)
bulk> Is it a bug? I thought the readonly option made slapd open
bulk> the database files readonly (e.g. fopen("/var/lib/ldap/...",
bulk> "r"); )
The bug is that setting readonly=on won't work (it's read-only even
for the UpdateDN)...
bulk> Theoretically I can see the the use of having a
bulk> readonly-but-updateable replica, but would not have
bulk> understood that "readonly on" did this from the
This worked in 1.2, and someone said (around when 2.0 was new) that
this was SUPPOSED to work in 2.0 as well... In the same fashion...