Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
> You appear to be using back-hdb.
> My guess is that if this can fail, e.g. because entries are being
> sync'ed out of order, the DN does not get fixed. If this is the case (I
> couldn't inspect code deep enough to make sure), I'd expect that the DN
> get fixed anyway, though, because missing entries should exist as "glue"
yes. But if you plan to use slapcat as a backup mechanism, then it's
still a problem.
Sounds like a low priority issue at best. Taking backups of a replica while it
is initializing is pointless, just take a backup of the provider instead.
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