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Re: 2.0.27 replicating to 2.2.15
--On Wednesday, March 23, 2005 3:05 PM -0800 "Kurt D. Zeilenga"
At 02:06 PM 3/23/2005, Curt Blank wrote:
Thank you for your reply.
Yeah I was leaning towards one of your three solutions as a temporary
fix so I could do the upgrade. Before I attempt it though (already been
looking at the code) and target the structuralObjectClass issue and
optimistically say successfully address it, anything else then going to
bite me in the butt?
The problem with your upgrade approach, as I see it, is that the
2.0 server may not only have bad data in it, clients may
continually be adding bad data to it. So, even if you were to
modify slurpd(8) (I don't recommend solutions (1) or (3)) to
generate structualObjectClass values, you have to deal data for
which slurpd(8) can deal with programmatically.
I recommend (2) over (1) and (3) because it keeps the (temporary)
hacks out of the servers. I recommend against (3) as that would
lead to the hacks becoming permanent, it would (in effect) back
out many of the data consistency bug fixes that 2.2 was intended
Personally, I prefer to either replacing everything at once
(which can be done quite quickly if necessary... and, if done
right, allows for switching back if something were to go wrong)
or to replace master first.
On top of this, I would note that 2.2.15 is rather old at this point, and
that numerous *significant* bugs have been fixed between 2.2.15 and 2.2.24,
the current stable release.
In one of your notes you said you didn't want to experience significant
downtime while updating your master. If you have a properly configured
DB_CONFIG file for BDB, and use the quicktool patch available from my
website (posted to this list a few days ago), you shouldn't have any
significant downtime at all, unless you have a very very large database (>
2 million or so entries).
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