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Multi Master Enviornment for Openldap 2.3
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- Subject: Multi Master Enviornment for Openldap 2.3
- From: "Aviles, Hugo" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 23:30:45 -0800
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- Thread-topic: Multi Master Enviornment for Openldap 2.3
So here's my
situation, I need to setup two openldap instances that will be setup
behind a load balancers and be redundant for each other. But i don't want
any referrels' to another "master" instance to make the writes. I want
both instances to be able to write and do the update without a referral and also
have the same data across both instances. I am having trouble
figuring out how to setup openldap to do that but from what I have read so
far, syncrepl seems to be what I should use to get close to what I want.
But I still need some assistance.
If a new entry 'A'
gets added to the provider master (ligit entry) and then a new entry B gets
added to the consumer database (ligit entry), when they replicate, will both
provider and master have the A and B entries? Or will the consumer database be
screwed and whatever the provider has is it?
It doesn't haven't
to be Multi-master but I do what the two instances to have the same data and be
able to update requests to modify/add/delete entries without a