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RE: OpenLDAP 2.4 replication to a write-only LDAP server
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- Subject: RE: OpenLDAP 2.4 replication to a write-only LDAP server
- From: "Brouwer, Onno - Acision" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2008 03:20:21 +0200
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- Thread-topic: OpenLDAP 2.4 replication to a write-only LDAP server
I got replication working towards the clients, sorta...
I want to have a fully redundant setup, but I now see duplicate errors on the slaves.
My setup is like this:
The masters are setup in mirror mode, and I have delta syncrepl between the masters and the slaves.
I now also see two contextCSNs maintained on all servers, one for each master. However when I now
make a change on e.g. master1, the change get propagated twice, once by each master, resulting in
duplicate errors on the slave side. How I can have a redundant replication without duplicates?
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