Mauricio Tavares wrote: > On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 3:32 PM, lux-integ <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >> 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 >> >> QUESTION: >> 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 ? >> > AFAIK, replication is at the ldap server talking to another > level (network communication). So it should not care much about the > backend unless more than one ldap server is using the same db at the > same time (don't know how to do it or even whether it is doable). In theory yes. But I have some doubts about back-sql. You have to try it. Ciao, Michael.
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