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Re: how to keep master and slave in sync always
slurpd on the master will bring your slave up to date.
/usr/local/var/openldap-slurp/replica/slurpd.status will show you what
slaves are synchronized.
agree with Quanah, if this is not working for you.. then there is a
problem with your build. This has been working for aslong as I have
been working with openldap.. so if the version is > 2.0 it should work.
its a good idea to have a replica sitting on different ports on your
master.. you can use this as a comparison for your other slaves. (and
also have an up to date copy of the data on your master server incase
one of the db's gets corrupted)
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>>> Raj Kumar <firstname.lastname@example.org> 08/29 1:52 PM >>>
I have a master and slave LDAP server setup. The setup
is working as expected... changes on the master are
reflected on slave server immediately. If the slave
server was shutdown and a change in master LDAP was
made that time, those changes wont get pushed to
slave. How to keep both master and slave in sync. I
would like the slave to get in sync with master when
it is restarted; if any changes were made on master
while it is down. Do I need to use syncrepl? Can I
use both syncrepl and slurpd? Please advice!
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