Not understood your answer Marc. The root object is what is defined in the "suffix" topic, this is true for every backend in my opinion. Does it mean that "meta" is the only backend type for which the object defined in "suffix" is purely virtual ?
> Message du 12/04/11 10:32
> De : "Marc Patermann"
> A : "michel.gruau"
> Copie à : "openldap-technical openldap org"
> Objet : Re: Database meta does not have any root node
> michel.gruau schrieb am 11.04.2011 17:22 Uhr:
> > I am trying to configure an LDAP proxy towards 2 LDAP targets and I'm
> > using the meta backend as follows:
> > database meta
> > suffix ou=A,o=B,c=C
> > uri ldap://server1/ou=S1,ou=A,o=B,c=C
> > uri ldap://server2/ou=S2,ou=A,o=B,c=C
> > It is working fine except for one point : I'm unable to peform a base
> > search on my root node "ou=A,o=B,c=C". It always respond with error code
> > 32 (no such object).
> > Reading the man page slapd-meta, I understand this is the normal
> > behaviour. But is there a mean to make this root suffix becoming à
> > concrete node ? This point is mandatory for me as many of my client
> > applications are looking for this entry.
> IMHO the root object of your meta database is "ou=S1,ou=A,o=B,c=C" as
> defined in your config. So if on server1 and server2 ou=S1,ou=A,o=B,c=C
> exists (and you have read access to it) this will be your meta root object.
> > I tried to create another backend above this one (using subordinate
> > keyword) in order to host this root note but slapd always complain about
> > the fact the suffix is defined twice.
> This will not work.