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Re: Troubleshooting synchronization
Edward Capriolo <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 5:25 AM, Torsten Schlabach (Tascel eG)
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>The answer is quite simple: do not use multimaster replication in a
>>>production environment. In most cases the requirement for multimaster
>>>replication is just based on poor directory design.
> Dieter, I do not agree with that. You can't blame a user for using a
> feature. It is not marked as experimental anymore so people are going
> to use it. Once it fails you can't call them a "Poor Directory
> Designer" for using it.
I am not blaming any user who has to implement multimaster
replication, at least this has not been my intention. If you want to
set up a partitioned or replicated directory you have to take a lot of
requirements into consideration, only to think about the number of
connections in a multimaster environment, (n *(n-1)).
Just name a network topology or a directory design requirement that is
dependend on multimaster replication. I personally know only of one
directory where multimaster with 10 providers had to be
implemented. On the other hand I do know of directories with up to 150
consumers connecting to one provider.
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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