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using both syncrepl and slurp
I'm currently using an old LDAP infrastructure, mostly using openldap
2.2.3 from Debian Sarge, with slurp-based replication.
I'm willing to switch to something newer, using openldap 2.3.30 from
Debian Etch, with syncrepl-based replication.
Since I won't be able to update all the replicas in one shot, I will
have to keep some slurp replicas around.
So I thought I would use a master server with openldap 2.3.30 which
serves as a syncrepl provider, a few (new) syncrepl replicas, a "relay"
that acts both as a syncrepl replica and as a slurpd master, and my old
The "relay" is configured like this:
Changes to the master server are correctly replicated to the relay, but
no /var/lib/ldap/slapd.replog is generated, so slurpd does nothing. If I
remove the syncrepl section and add a rootpw, then changes done locally
lead to a /var/lib/ldap/slapd.replog file, as expected.
Is it possible for a LDAP server to serve both as a syncrepl replica and
a slurpd server?