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Restoring with SLAPADD
OpenLDAP 2.3.40 and 2.4.7.
Testing disaster recovery, such as a bulk update gone wrong, so need to
restore from last night's "slapcat" dump (we hardly ever write to the
directory, so it's no big deal losing a morning's work).
Delete an entry. Oops, I need it back. Stop the master (and slave), "rm
*.bdb __*", "slapadd -nX < slap.out", start the master and slave, check
the slave, and the deleted entry has reappeared.
Is this guaranteed behaviour i.e. the slave will always resynchronise in
this case, or was I just lucky?
If it makes a difference, we use SyncRepl in "refreshAndPersist" mode.
Dave Horsfall DTM VK2KFU Ph: +61 2 9552-5509 (direct) +61 2 9552-5500 (switch)
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