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Re: Multiple syncrepl problems
>>>>> "Howard" == Howard Chu <email@example.com> writes:
Turbo> 'internal maintenance' - such as!? I haven't had a rootdn
Turbo> since 1.3.something (which was YEARS ago), and from what I can
Turbo> tell, everything (!) have worked flawlessly...
Howard> Then you've been lucky. For example, the old (pre 2.2.20)
Howard> syncrepl consumer performs Modifies by deleting the old
Howard> entry and adding the new entry.
You're talking _replication_ (in one form or the other) only here?
Or are you talking _syncrepl_ specifically?
I've only used syncrepl for three-four days now, so I was talking
_no replication_ and _slurpd replication_.
I've never had any problem without a rootdn in those circumstances...
Howard> That's exactly what I'm talking about *supporting* - you
Howard> can have multiple databases with one consumer per
Howard> database. But there is no apparent benefit to multiple
Howard> consumers in a single database, and there is an obvious
Howard> downside to it already (managing those annoying
Howard> cn=syncrepl subentries).
Sounds reasonable. Thanx for the explanation.