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Re: Read/Write Replication setup

Hello Matheus, 

i don't want to propagate change to the master server and schema: i can't (no write access permission to it).
I want my slave to continue replicate from the master and to be able to add new objects and add new attributes to existing one.

thank you

2011/11/16 xsun <matheus.morais@gmail.com>
Sorry but I did not understand what is your problem. 

If you want to write on your 'slave' and want that change propagated to all your servers, then you should search at slapd.conf manual for the updateref option.

On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 12:08 PM, benoit <ldap.benben@gmail.com> wrote:

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).