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Rép. : Re: Overlay Chain
thanks, for the help.
I have see the example and tested it like this:
the server start (i use an openLdap 2.3.13 for the moment) but I don't
see any subtree relative to the chainning on ldap Browser (my client
for the moment).
if I change the chain-uri like ldaps://ip:636/dc=monAnnuaire2,dc=fr it
thx for help me.
>>> "Pierangelo Masarati" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 01/11 5:28 >>>
> I have founf this :
^^^ I don't want to appear too pedantic, but your first message to
list was Octover 17th 2005; less than a month later you were pointed
the chain overlay with brief explanations and pointers to examples
I'd say that "I have founf this" sounds a bit "know it all".
> The chain overlay provides basic chaining capability to the
> What is chaining? It indicates the capability of a DSA to follow
> referrals on behalf of the client, so that distributed systems are
> viewed as a single virtual DSA by clients that are otherwise unable
> "chase" (i.e. follow) referrals by themselves.
> The chain overlay has significantly improved from OpenLDAP 2.2 to
> the 2.3 version: chains the URI contained in the referral instead of
> fixed URI; can use the identity assertion capability associated with
> known URIs; supports the chainingBehavior control
> (draft-sermersheim-ldap-chaining); can be used as global, thus
> to chain the updateref returned by shadow databases, resulting in
> trasparent writes to slaves (either slurpd or syncrepl); note that
> writes to shadow databases actually get chained to the master on
> of the client, and the result of the write operation that is sent
> to the client represents the response of the master to that
> Based on the replication policy and on replication processing time
> constraints, the modification may not immediately appear on the
> DSA despite a successful result being returned to the client.
> The chain overlay is built on top of the ldap backend; it is
> by default when --enable-ldap.
> The chain overlay supports run-time configuration within the
> back-config framework.
> is it work with Berkeley backend and openLdap 2.3.13 ? if so is some
> one can give me an example ?
My offer is still valid:
Ing. Pierangelo Masarati
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