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Re: slapd-meta doesn't continue with multiple uri's

> On 14/08/2012 15:28, masarati@aero.polimi.it wrote:
>>> On 14/08/2012 14:52, masarati@aero.polimi.it wrote:
>>>> You are.  The above is creating three targets, one pointing to host1,
>>>> one
>>>> pointing to host2 and one pointing to host3.  The rest of the
>>>> configuration is associated to the last target, the others are sort of
>>>> dangling.  A correct configuration for failover would be
>>>> uri                 ldap://host1:3268/ou=dc1,dc=local
>>>>                       ldap://host2:3268/
>>>>                       ldap://host3:3268/
>>>> suffixmassage       "ou=dc1,dc=local" "dc=example,dc=com"
>>>> idassert-bind       bindmethod=simple
>>>>                       binddn="cn=proxyuser,dc=example,dc=com"
>>>>                       credentials="password"
>>>> idassert-authzfrom  "dn.exact:cn=administrator,dc=local"
>>>> Note that URIs other than the first one cannot have the DN part (the
>>>> same
>>>> of the first URI is assumed).
>>> Understood. However in that case the server never attempts to contact
>>> host2 or host3 at all. Here's the output from the debug log:
>> Correct.  When host1 is down, host2 is contacted instead, and so forth.
> If I wasn't clear, I changed the config as you suggested. The debug
> output I posted was from that configuration. The server never attempts
> to contact anything other than host1.

Did you try stopping host1 in between client operations?  I did and it
works as intended.