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Re: Yet another replication problem.

Switching to sync-based replication may be the easiest way.

On 5/19/05, Jose Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa <ildefonso.camargo@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi!
> I made a post several moths ago, but I still haven't solved the
> problem.  I have a 25 replicas scenario, 5 of them are connected via
> ethernet (directly), 20 of them are connected by frame relay
> connections.
> I'm using openldap 2.2.23 and tried 2.2.24 (compiled from source) with
> berkley db 4.2 (Official Debian Sarge packages).  I'm using 2.2.23
> I'm using slurp replication, and about 20 out of the 25 replicas work
> just fine, but with 5 of them (one of wich is located in the local
> network) I have "rejects", all of the rejects are related to a missing
> previous replication (ie, at some point the directories gets
> "out-of-sync", and from that time on, you get rejects like: No such
> attribute (something like that) or no such object).  I know that 3 of
> these sites has power failures wich are unavoidable (and thus can
> cause problems).
> Does anybody have a deployment this big working?, I'm running out of
> ideas (yes, I have a good cache size in the bdb (about 160Mb, the
> computer has 2Gb, and the replicas has a 30Mb cache and 256Mb RAM)).
> The directory is about 4000 objects in size.  I'm using samba with
> ldap backend.
> Any ideas,
> Thanks in advance,
> Sincerely,
> Ildefonso Camargo
> icamargo at merkurio dot com dot ve
> icamargo AT unet dot edu dot ve
> ildefonso_camargo AT yahoo dot com
> ildefonso dot camargo at gmail dot com