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Re: LDAP Schema Changes During Replication

Anton Chu wrote:
> I didn't add  the schema to the consumer.


>  After discovering replication
> didn't work after uploading the schema to the provider, I reverted back
> by deleting the uploaded schema hoping replication will kick in. 

So now you have entries in your provider which does not match the schema of
the provider and the consumer.

Check this with the tool slapschema.

> Any
> tips on replicating everything including slapd configuration changes?

Fix the schema on the consumer.

Ciao, Michael.

> 2010/10/23 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com
> <mailto:michael@stroeder.com>>
>     Anton Chu wrote:
>     > I've setup a basic consumer,provider model replication.  I've added a
>     > new schema eduPerson to my provider server and now the consumer server
>     > cannot replicate.  Here's the error I'm getting on my consumer server:
>     >
>     > Oct 21 22:32:08 webtest110 slapd[31984]: slapd starting
>     > Oct 21 22:32:08 webtest110 slapd[31984]: syncrepl_message_to_op:
>     rid=000
>     > mods check (objectClass: value #3 invalid per syntax)
>     > Oct 21 22:32:08 webtest110 slapd[31984]: do_syncrepl: rid=000 rc
>     21 retrying
>     >
>     > I have delete the eduPerson schema on my provider server, deleted the
>     > person (uid=jim) using those attributes in my DIT , and restarted the
>     > slapd process on both server but error still persists.
>     Did you add the new schema also on the consumer? You should unless
>     you're
>     using dynamic configuration and you've set up to also replicate the
>     schema.
>     Ciao, Michael.