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Re: Read/Write Replication setup

I think you may actually want is slapo-translucent, Basically it's
aproxy overlay with added local data on top of a bdb or hdb backend
On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 8:27 AM, benoit <ldap.benben@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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:
>>> Hello,
>>> 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).
>>> thanks
>>> Ben,