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Multiple LDAP server IPs to ldap_init, server is busy and failover question.
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- Subject: Multiple LDAP server IPs to ldap_init, server is busy and failover question.
- From: Jorgen Lundman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2010 17:54:46 +0900
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Can I have some clarification on how failover works when using OpenLDAP library
as a client.
If a piece of software is passing multiple space-separated hosts to ldap_init()
(or initialize) calls, but receives "Server is busy" error during a search
request, should the LDAP library not handle that for the caller
automatically/transparently? Ie, switch to next working LDAP server, and perform
Or is it closer to that ldap_init will find the first working IP (the failover
is early in the flow), but if an already started search later fails, it is up to
the software to retry/reconnect? It only guarantees that the initial connection
What is the general practise here?
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