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*****SPAM***** openLDAP replication and trigger a script or exec binary
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- Subject: *****SPAM***** openLDAP replication and trigger a script or exec binary
- From: "Ivan R. Sy Jr." <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 03:02:28 +0800
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I seem can't find a way to allow OpenLDAP to execute a shell script or
exec binary whenever it gets modified by slurpd.
My agenda is to have master->slave LDAP replication and when the slave
is modified via slurpd, it will then execute something (shell
script/binary/anything) from the system and then resumes normal
operation (returning success code to slurpd)
Here's what i understand with openLDAP replication:
Step 1: An LDAP client starts up and connects to a master /slapd/.
Step 2: The LDAP client submits an LDAP modify operation to the master
Step 4: The master /slapd/ performs the modify operation, writes out the
change to its replication log file and returns a success code to the client.
Step 5: The /slurpd/ process notices that a new entry has been appended
to the replication log file, reads the replication log entry, and sends
the change to the slave /slapd/ via LDAP.
Step 6: The slave /slapd/ performs the modify operation and returns a
success code to the /slurpd/ process.
in step6, is there a way that slapd performs the modify operation... and
"execute a shell script or binary and when it exists", it returns a
success code to slurpd process?
maybe a patch somewhere? or a clue where to set this hook? or any light