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slurpd's disaster recovery capability
I am investigating whether openLDAP is suitable for our production use.
My question is, if the machine running the master slapd instance is powered
down in the middle of replication by slurpd to various slave slapd
instances, would slurpd attempt to complete the replication upon restart?
i.e. Does the replication implementation guarantee that all slaves will
come into sync with the master in this case?
I've searched the web and the man pages but haven't been able to find the
details of the replication mechanism and its disaster recovery capability.
Thank you for any pointers.
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