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Re: Two contextCSNs

--On Saturday, December 05, 2009 12:46 AM +0100 Peter Mogensen <apm@mutex.dk> wrote:

Howard Chu wrote:
Sounds like a change was written on server2 and received on server1. The
above message just means that server1 is not going to try to send the
same change back to server2. (I.e., perfectly normal.) So the question
is, why are you saying that no writes have occurred on server2, when the
logs and contextCSNs show otherwise?

Good question.
Because I really don't do any changes on server2. But I can't say if
syncrepl do.

Basicly, I load the data on server1 AND server2, start server1, make
changes to server1 and THEN start server2.
Besides the one slapadd I do to load the LDIF from server1 the only
operations I do on server2 is ldapsearch and slapcat.

By "writes" that would include anything changed by syncrepl. I think Howard's point is that server2 says it has received writes aka changes from server1. So the question is, what makes you think that server2 hasn't gotten said writes when it is reporting that it is?



Quanah Gibson-Mount
Principal Software Engineer
Zimbra, Inc
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