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Re: Synchronization to distant locations over high-latency/low-bandwidth
--On Wednesday, March 15, 2006 3:09 PM +0100 Jan-Piet Mens
On Tue Mar 14 2006 at 19:13:35 CET, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
delta-syncrepl would probably be your best bet. Normal syncrepl has
much larger bandwidth requirements than slurpd or delta-syncrepl.
That seems to work very nicely (at least with one consumer). I'm unsure
as to the necessity of syncprov-sessionlog parameter on the provider. Is
it still required when using delta-syncrepl?
I don't believe so. I certainly don't use it. I believe its purpose is
replaced by the accesslog backend, essentially. ;)
I'm thinking of deploying the exact same configuration to all consumer
slapds. May the replica-id (rid=) in the syncrepl stanza be the same for
all consumers or must it be unique accross all consumers?
The RID can be the same across all consumers.
I use the following across all my replicas:
(The MASTERALIAS bit is a filtered variable at install).
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