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Re: Syncrep problem or bug? (openldap 2.2.11)
El vie, 25 de jun de 2004, a las 07:28, Quanah Gibson-Mount escribio:
> --On Friday, June 25, 2004 9:16 AM +0200 "Lozano, Carlos A."
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> >El jue, 24 de jun de 2004, a las 09:35, Jong-Hyuk escribio:
> >>The syncrepl replication performs entry-level replication, but not in
> >>attribute level.
> >>Both the master entry and the replica entry should start from the same
> >>origin. (database dump of master)
> >I need that the slave will have the same classes than the
> >master + other addicional, is it possible using the openldap
> Why would you want to do that? Replica's are designed to be mirrors or
> submirrors of the master. To have a replica that contains *more*
> information than the master is a basic violation of the entire
> master/replica principle. Your master should contain all the data that you
> will be publishing.
We want that the master server will have the common classes, but what
every local ldap admin can add in his own local ldap addicional classes.
It looks like that the only way is back-meta?
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