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Re: How to check LDAP replication status?

On 22/07/10 16:27, Indexer wrote:

On 22/07/2010, at 9:47 PM, Proskurin Kirill wrote:

On 22/07/10 15:40, Priyesh Potdar wrote:

Two things you can do:
1) Check the replog file, if the data is getting pushed to slave from
there or not.

As I understand it is deprecated and only used with Slurpd?

I fogot to say - I use LDAP 2.4.11+ with Syncrepl.

2) Issue an ldapsearch command on the slave servers to check a newly
updated data.

I don`t know what data is changing _now_ so what to search?

Create a change yourself on Server A and make sure you can see the change on B

May be I say not clear before - sorry for my english.
I allready have LDAP master and many slaves. It is work - all ok.

I just want to understand - now to check it in realtime?
I can`t believe what all juts hope it is will work well and there is nothing to worry about.

As I understand there is no native way. What is sad. So how do you people check it?

Script what create something on master and scripts what check what see the change on slaves?..

Best regards,
Proskurin Kirill