James Hartley wrote:
Howard, chill dude. Thanks for your help. But, there was a
of opinion on this thread.
I have been around software long enough to know that software should
be deterministic. So lose the attitude if it bugs you so much to
answer questions maybe you should hand it off to someone else.
Lose the attitude my man. It doesn't help anyone.
What attitude are you referring to, exactly? I provided you with factual
answers, not opinions. Facts don't have attitudes. If I were giving an opinion
I would have said "IMO". Learn the difference between facts and opinions.
If you don't like precise, direct answers, that's too bad. I don't have time
to make up fluffy touchy-feely ones. As for leaving answers to someone else -
usually I do (that silly lack of time thing). But when people answer with
wrong information, then I have to step in.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 1:33 AM, Howard Chu<hyc(a)symas.com> wrote:
> James Hartley wrote:
> > ok now I have two opinions.
> Software isn't operated on opinions. The facts are as I stated them.
> > Has any one successfully completed
> > replication of multiple backends.
> Thousands of times.
> > If so which answer is correct.
> > use a separate rid for each backend on the same server OR
> > use only one rid for both backends on one server.
> Each rid in a server must be unique.
> > I noticed with my configuration ( only one rid for both backends on
> > one server ) does not appear to get the
> > indexes. entryCSN, entryUUID for the second database.
> rids have no effect on indexing. You must have something else wrong in your
> > I have not had time to test the other option, but if I could get an
> > answer from someone that has been there
> > and done that, I would save me a little time and effort.
> > Thanks
> > james
> > On Feb 11, 2008 7:42 AM, Quanah Gibson-Mount<quanah(a)zimbra.com>
> >> --On Saturday, February 09, 2008 7:12 PM +0000 Gavin Henry
> >> <gavin.henry(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Who is this Quanah guy who keeps coming out with the wrong info? ;)
> >> It was perfectly correct for James' configuration. ;)
-- Howard Chu
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