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Re: replication trouble
On Tue, 21 Jun 2005, Scott Mayo wrote:
I am still trying to find out how to replicate my data. I am very, very new
to LDAP and not sure if I am doing this right or not. I did manage to get my
main ldap/samba server set up and it seems to be running. I am trying to get
it to replicate to my slave/BDC server now, but cannot get it going. If I
comment out the UPDATEREF line in the slaves slapd.conf file then I can start
up ldap 'service ldap start' otherwise, if I leave it in, then it Fails to
Instead of using 'service ldap start', try starting slapd and
slurpd from the command line with an appropriate debugging level.
Using -1 will give you the maximum debugging output. Using 64 will
just show config file processing. See ldap.h or the admin guide
for more options.
Have you tried running slaptest against your slapd.conf files?
Here are my config files. My main LDAP server is bes-serve
(192.168.0.1) and the slave will be bms-serve (192.168.0.2). I have not
really setup any security or anything yet, since this is just a test to see
if I can get it up and going.[cut]
updatedn "cn=replica, dc=bms-serve, dc=bloomfield.k12.mo.us"
I frankly don't recall whether spaces separating dn tokens like
the above are ignored by slapd, but you might try taking them out.
Kirk Turner-Rustin | Programmer/Analyst
Ohio Wesleyan University | Libraries and Information Services
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