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Scaling bottom-up - best practices?
for some time now, we're using openldap 2.4.11 on debian lenny and everything
is fine - but: We've to scale.
Up to now our root-dn is dc=abc - our new root-dn ought to be: dc=xyz, having
a subtree dc=abc,dc=xyz
The root-dn is set in some application's configs as base dn, furthermore, it's
referenced in ldap-entries (dynamic overlay-groups).
Basically I can think of two strategies.
a) Change the root-dn within the directory and in all applications depending
on it (con: error prone - pro: clean result)
b) Install a new server, proxy all requests to the old instance, removing
dc=xyz on queries, add dc=xyz on responses. (con: complexity, pro: no changes
in apps / Information depending on dc=abc)
Have you had similar problems? What did you do to solve 'em? What strategy do