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Re: replication of databases with different backends???

Am Tue, 7 Jan 2014 20:32:15 +0000
schrieb "lux-integ" <lux-integ@btconnect.com>:

> Greetings,
> I have two computers with these:-
> host 1:
> --cpu amd64 3 cores
> --os blfs linux-3.10.24, openldap-2.4.33 with bdb backend
> host 2:
> --cpu amd64 3 cores
> --os blfs linux-3.10.24, openldap-2.4.33 with sql backend
> can I replicate these databases over each host  (in other words
>  can I for example    do N-ray multimaster syncrepl  (  
> http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin24/replication.html )
> or another type of replication in view of the different backends ?

See slapd-sql(5) on the backend limitations and the appropriate odbc
In fact replication between back-{hdb|mdb} and back-sql is not
recommended. Depending on your requirements you may think of including
back-sql as subordinate database and replicate by means of the
sql-database specific procedures, and only replicate back-{hdb|mdb} by


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