I'm not aware of anybody who's bothered to draw up such a thing. slurpd
doesn't perform anything too magical; it speaks LDAPv3 on the wire.
Whatever information you're looking for should be derivable from the RFCs
(I believe they ship in the docs directory of OpenLDAP) and/or from packet
traces. Off the top of my head, the high-level view of what you're going
to see (assuming everything goes nicely) is a TCP connection, the bind,
the bind response, one or more ADD/DEL/MODs with their associated
responses, an unbind, and a TCP close. Obviously the packets will
correspond closely to what you see in the slapd logs (i.e. -d stats).
On Thu, 9 Nov 2006, Antonio Camacho wrote:
No friend, I understand the replica flow with slurpd (master ->
my question is about TCP packages,rather sequence diagram.
For example, in the SMTP protocol there is a document where specify the
sequence diagram and structure package. This is what I would like to know
about LDAP replica with slurpd.
The link is this:
I hope you can help me
Thanks for your responses!
2006/11/9, Aaron Richton <richton(a)nbcs.rutgers.edu>:
> If your question is as to which host initiates the TCP connection, with
> slurpd, the answer is from the host running slurpd (to the slave running
> Note that this is the opposite for syncrepl: syncrepl operates from the
> slave running slapd to the master running slapd.
> On Thu, 9 Nov 2006, Antonio Camacho wrote:
> > Hi list
> > Anyone knows which is the TCP pakages flow in a LDAP or LDAPS replica
> > slurpd ? or where I could find some information about it ?
> > Thanks!
> > --
> > @ntonio