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Re: Replication: class filter.
sorry , I puzzled myself :-)
attr could have objectclass listed. your problem is because you exlude all
necessary attribute for a uid=blablabla,ou=blabla. for example, posixGroup
needs "cn $ gidNumber" , if you list posixAccount in attr, all "( cn $ uid $
uidNumber $ gidNumber $ homeDirectory )" that needed by posixGroup are then
exluded. if you remove the attr,or if you provide full MUST-attribute for
your objectclass in the attr, it runs OK,.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marco Marcal" <email@example.com>
To: "alex" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2003 4:09 PM
Subject: Re: Replication: class filter.
> alex wrote:
> > in your filter , you provide :
> > >
> > er,gecos"
> > where the "posixAccount ,shadowAccount " etc. are the value of
> > ("objectclass" is an attribute name) , not a attribute name, and the
> > directive only accepts to including or excluding attributes' names.
> > does not recognize an attribute type with posixAccount etc. so you will
> > errors. :-)
> man slapd.conf :
> replica :
> An attr list can be given after the attr keyword to
> allow the selective replication of the listed attributes only;
> if the optional ! mark is used, the list is considered
> exclusive, i.e. the listed attributes are not replicated. If an
> objectClass is listed, all the related attributes are (are not)
> Am i drunk ? ;-) if an objectClass is listed, .....
> Does somebody use the replication with objectClasses filters ?
> Can i use objectClasses filters with a slave initialized with nothing ?
> What objectClasses do i have to list with the operator = ? (top, ... ?)
> Is it an expected behavior : ?
> I got a master/slave replication. i don t use filters....
> I add/delete/modrdn/modify an entry, then changes are repercuted to the
> or do
> i have to slapcat, ftp, slapadd every change i made ?
> Can i do the same with filters (attr and objectClasses) ?
> (Zorglub grins evilly....)