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Re: slurpd not picking up changes
Well, it's the newest version in Debian :/
slapd is writing to /var/lib/ldap/replog, and that file is being
truncated as it should be.
Quoting Quanah Gibson-Mount <email@example.com>:
--On Friday, January 27, 2006 5:37 PM -0500 Jacob Elder
It used to be that if I ran "tail -f slurpd.replog," I would see
message like "slurpd.replog: file truncated" after slurpd updated
replicas. Now the file just grows and grows. It's almost as if the
latest version of slurpd just doesn't clean up after itself.
2.2.26 hardly qualifies as the latest version..
That aside, slurpd replication worked fine for me with that
Make sure that the slurpd replog and the slapd replog are not the
same files, or you will definitely have problems.
What does the slurpd status file show?
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