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RE: LDAP Replication:
I am wondering how to setup ldap.conf (etc/openldap/ldap.conf ?) to isntruct failover,
also i didnt understand what you mean by client.
From: Frank Swasey [mailto:Frank.Swasey@uvm.edu]
Sent: Tue 7/16/2002 3:17 PM
To: Venkataraman, Jeeva
Subject: RE: LDAP Replication:
Today at 12:46pm, Venkataraman, Jeeva wrote:
> Precisely. I managed to start slurpd sucessfully with out any
> complaints and te process running. But I dont see logs at the place
> where my 'replogfile' directive is pointing. Is there any other way to
> test this?
- Did the 'replogfile' exist before slapd was started?
- Does the userid slapd is running as have write access to the file?
- Is the information that you have changed on the master properly
entered into the slave server?
- Has slurpd created a .rej file?
> I have a web server as a clinet to the LDAP server, which reports me
> that its not able to access the master ldap server, if i kill the
> master slapd. I assumed slurpd would have redirected the request from
> the client to the slave slapd.
slurpd has absolutely nothing to do with client failover to a second
server. That is controlled by the ldap.conf file on the client machine.
Frank Swasey | http://www.uvm.edu/~fcs
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