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Re: Schema change in master-slave setup
This may also be a good time to put your databases into read-only mode.
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Sam Tran wrote:
> On 7/6/07, Andre Nathan <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I have an openldap master-slave setup, and I need to make a simple
>> schema change to add an attribute to an objectclass which is defined as
>> objectclass ( dgMail:1.2.2 NAME 'dgMailAuth'
>> DESC 'SASL Authentication for mail'
>> SUP top
>> MUST dgDBID
>> MAY ( uid $ userPassword $ mail ) )
>> I just need to add an attribute called mailDrop, which is already
>> defined in the schema, but only used in other objectclasses, so the last
>> line would become
>> MAY ( uid $ userPassword $ mail $ mailDrop ) )
>> My question is: is it safe to do this one server at a time, editing the
>> schema file and restarting the daemon, or will I have problems with the
>> temporary schema mismatch? I would like to minimize the downtime of the
>> operation, since the system is heavily used in production.
> As long as nobody is trying to add this new attribute to an entry on
> the Master server when you are performing that schema change one
> server at a time, you are safe. Please test this schema change