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Re: slurpd quits running
--On Thursday, December 22, 2005 9:43 PM -0600
Let me ask this. This was my primary Samba/LDAP server. I have two others
that are my slave servers. As long as slurpd has been doing what it is
supposed to do, I could actually get on one of the slave servers, do a
slapcat from it and then go back to my main and slapadd it there couldn't
I? I got to looking at the slave and it had a file that had been updated
on the 8th of December, which is about the last time that I added a user.
There was a file that was updated today also, but not sure why that is.
If that is ok, can I just copy the /var/lib/ldap directory to somewhere
else to make sure I have the original data backuped up somewhere?
Sorry that I am very new to all of this and asking these questions.
Yes, doing the slapcat off a replica and a slapadd to the master should be
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