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Re: Disaster recovery question wrt replication
--On Thursday, December 14, 2006 12:15 AM -0500 "Steven G. Harms"
On Wed, Dec 13, 2006 at 07:36:22PM -0500, Aaron Richton wrote:
Use of slurpd certainly isn't a modern architecture, especially with
concern for rapid DR, for reasons including your question at hand. Look
into syncrepl (make sure to upgrade to 2.3.30 first) and mirrormode.
Due to reasons beyond my control, I'm currently at OpenLDAP version slapd
2.2.13 (Aug 18 2005 22:22:34). As such syncrepl, based on your
versioning guideline below isn't an option.
I assume you are aware that OpenLDAP 2.2.13 is an extremely old release.
2.2.30 was the final 2.2 release. 2.2.13 has multiple security
vulnerabilities present it, and large numbers of stability bugs. Mayhaps
that can be reason enough to convince the folks admining it to do a very
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