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RE : replication problem

Could anyone show me what should be the traces for a replication with
When I run slurpd (slurpd -d -1 -f /etc/openldap/slapd.conf -r
/var/lib/ldap/replica/slurpd.replog -o )

I've got, after the "config lines" :

Config: (directory      /var/lib/ldap/base2 )
Config: (defaultaccess read)
Config: (index objectClass  eq)
Config: (replica host=
binddn="cn=Replicator,dc=sib,dc=fr"    b
indmethod=simple        credentials=secret)
Config: ** successfully added replica ""
Config: ** configuration file successfully read and parsed
begin replication thread for
Replica, skip repl record for cn=A100488, dc=sib,dc=fr
(not mi
Replica, skip repl record for cn=A100488, dc=sib,dc=fr
(not mi

and it doesn't stop ...

???? I don't understand ....

-----Message d'origine-----
De : owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
[mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org] De la part de Adam
Envoyé : vendredi 26 avril 2002 13:17
À : Claudie David
Cc : OpenLDAP Mailling List
Objet : Re: replication problem

>I'm trying to install a server replica openldap for my actual openldap
>efore, I was able to write transaction log files entering just a
>replogfile instruction in the slapd.conf file
>The files were like that :  "time : ..."(without the indication
"replica :...")
>I've followed the "openldap admin's guide", but when I modify my first
>server, the modification only appears in the slurpd.replog  file (as in
>the past, without the indication "replica :...") but nothing is done in
>my server replica.
>I haven't got any reject, simply nothing is done
>Have you got an idea of what could be wrong?

Check the step-by-step for setting up a replica in my LDAP presentation,
see if you missed something.


>slapd.conf for my first server :
>replogfile /var/lib/ldap/master-slapd.replog
>rootdn "cn=Manager,dc=sib,dc=fr"
>replica host=
>        binddn="cn=Manager,dc=sib,dc=fr"
>        bindmethod=simple
>        credentials=secret
>slapd.conf for the second one :
>rootdn          "cn=Manager,dc=sib,dc=fr"
>updatedn "cn=Manager,dc=sib,dc=fr"
>updateref "ldap://tillac:389

For one, your rootdn should != updatedn