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Re: master slave ldap server
we are using slurpd,
my query is
1) will the slave discard the updates when the master ldap server is down.
2) if slave updates it's own database, when the link is up, will the same
gets updated even to master .
3) can slave rootdn, and master rootdn be same, ie if the master rootdn is
ie, at master slapd.conf at replicat directive if we give the
Please guide me
On 3/15/06, matthew sporleder <email@example.com> wrote:
> Are you using slurpd, or syncrepl to facilitate this communication?
> Or are you doing it some other way?
> slapd is, however, generally pretty good about catching up when
> networks come and go.
> On 3/15/06, mallapadi niranjan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Dear all
> > I have setup a master ldap server with openldap (2.3.19). used for
> > i have setup slave ldap server (openldap 2.3.19).
> > Any modifications sent to slave are refferred to master and master
> > and also sents the updates to slave.
> > but when the link between master and slave ldap server is not there
> > and if there are any updates sent to slave , will the slave store the
> > updates
> > and when the link between slave and master is restored, then will it
> > the updates
> > or discard the updates when slave is unable to communicate with master.
> > please guide me
> > Regards
> > Niranjan