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Re: "no operational structural attributes" when update on slave ldap

I hit my head against the wall on this one for almost 2 days.

Here is the scoop.

If you want to make changes to the slave, you have to remove the line
that mentions the updatedn in your slave's slapd.conf file. Then restart

Hope this works for you!

On Wed, 2003-03-19 at 09:50, Vito Chan wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have 2 LDAP servers (using bdb-end and openldap 2.1.16) for mail
> server authentication. They are configured as master and slave LDAP
> servers. 
> After the configuration, I can able to update records in master server
> and the slurpd process can replicate to the slave server successfully.
> However, When I update the slave server, it has an error message "no
> operational structural attributes" and reject my updates.
> I am confused since this error happens on updating slave server , not
> master server. Can anyone have similar problems happened ?
> In addition, I have read through the FAQ pages and find that :
> http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/650.html
> Is it related to this problem ? I really don't understand why it happens
> even read through the FAQ ?
> Thanks in Advance
> Vito