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Read/Write Replication setup
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- Subject: Read/Write Replication setup
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- Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2011 15:08:39 +0100
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I have setup a ldap replicate, replicating data from an offsite ldap master. Replication is ok, but being a consumer replicate, my ldap server is read only.
I need to add and modify attributes to this replicate, but i have no write access to the master and ldap master admin won't change/update schemas...
From the guide, i can't figure if it's possible.
Please, let me know what solution i have (on any Linux distro).