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Re: Replication with Open LDAP
Marcum, Bob wrote:
Does that mean that as of now, effectively, there is no replication
capability in openLDAP?
No, that means that the braindead old replication mechanism is no longer
supported. Syncrepl has been available since OpenLDAP 2.2 and is
superior to slurpd in every way.
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Subject: Re: Replication with Open LDAP
--On Thursday, April 05, 2007 1:29 PM -0400 matthew sporleder
fyi- slurpd is getting deprecated in 2.5 or something.
I think it is deprecated now. Bugs for it certainly stopped being
The only open question I believe is whether it will get removed from 2.4
if that will wait until 2.5.
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