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Re: slurpd error: creatorsName: no user modification allowed
Configure it to act as a slave. Apparently, what you consider theOk, I missed the to set the "updatedn" directive in the slave machine. But
I had to this to be the same as the rootdn.
"slave" is not configured to behave as such. I suggest you read the
admin guide about setting up replication
(http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin22/replication.html ) and follow
instructions step by step to check out where your replica is
When i think about changing this to a different DN, a questioning shows up:
The "replica" directive needs a "credential" parameter to set the binddn's
password slurpd goona use. But in the slave machine, the "updatedn"
directive doesn't specify a corresponding "credential" parameter.
How can I set in the slave machine what is the password of the updatedn
(when this is not the same as the rootdn)?