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Re: RedHat Upgrade Options?

though it is only openldap 2.1.21. He has 2.1.22 for redhat 7.3 which I
am currently using..

On Mon, 2004-01-26 at 01:33, Cybr0t McWhulf wrote:
> Software:
> 	OS: Redhat 9
> 	OpenLDAP Ver: 2.0.27-8 (RH9 Dist RPM)
> Usage:
> 	Client user authentication for linux users via nss_ldap/pam_ldap
> 	Client user authentication for windows users via Samba PDC
> My problem is this, I've rolled out my ldap servers into production, and
> now I've found that I need several features from more recent versions of
> OpenLDAP, most importantly replica uri support now that I'm rolling out a
> slave server at a remote facility for ssl replication.
> Now that RH9 has been EOL'd, what are my options for upgrading now that
> I've got my servers in production and can only have them down for very
> short periods of time?  Are there more up to date RPMs out there
> compatible with RH9?  (Custom rolled RPMs are something I've yet to have
> the opportunity to acquaint myself with unfortunately).
> Perhaps there are RPMs from RH Enterprise 3 that have some of the features
> I need?  Or am I plain SOL?  (Trust me, I'd much rather hand-compile my
> own stuff, but this seems a poor method for mass-deployment much to my
> dislike)
> Sortof OT for the subject, but how is the multimaster replication code?
> AFAIK it's experimental right now, but it's a feature I would certainly
> make use of if stable.
> Thanks for your time folks, appreciate it.
>  -- Cybr0t McWhulf
Edward Rudd <eddie@omegaware.com>
Website http://outoforder.cc/

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