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If I have a LDAP server that contains organistation-wide info (white
pages etc), and this is replicated to each individual site using slurpd:
ldap.hq.ac.uk --replicates to--> ldap0.site1.ac.uk
--replicates to--> ldap0.site2.ac.uk
can I then add subordinate directories on the site servers? In other
words I want to add site specific information to the same DIT so that it
looks like a consolidated tree of information but the site-specific
stuff (like host, automount, other nis-like info) is different on each
Will slurpd replication allow this or will I have to use syncrepl?
I am imagining a tree structure like:
ou=(other org-wide stuff)
The above is slurped to all sites and then...
The above is added to the DIT at each site(#) (ie ou=site1 is added at
site1, ou=site2 is added at site2, etc.), presumably as a subordinate
database in slapd.conf.
Can I then replicate the whole of the local tree (including federal
information) to a local slave using slurpd?
Does this sound sane? Should I be waiting for syncrepl to be production
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