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synchronizing ppolicy across different suffixes
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- Subject: synchronizing ppolicy across different suffixes
- From: Tyler Gates <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2011 10:44:52 -0400
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Is it possible to synchronize the same ppolicy across different
suffixes on the same server? I would have thought referrals would take
care of this and they to an extent but when the suffix that doesn't
actually contain the policy entry gets a lockout request from failed
attempts, pwdAccountLockedTime gets recorded on the same suffix from
where it was originating -not the one being referenced.
In the manual it states that ppolicy_forward_updates should take care
of this but it requires updateref and the chain overlay (which must be
setup under back_ldap) in order to work. The problem is when I setup
back_ldap and point its database to the original policy entry, it
complains that a previous database declaration has already claimed it
-which is true because I have the database containing that policy
entry on the same machine.
Is there a way to do this or am I going about this wrong?