Do not use Red Hat's OpenLDAP RPMs. They are known to be problematic.
They are designed more for client support then running a server.
I find it odd that your application only supports OpenLDAP 2.2. This
sounds like a vendor support document limitation than anything else.
Your slave should be similar to your master. Otherwise, you will have
a hard time dealing with feature differences. Not to mention, slurpd
is gone in 2.4.
I don't recommend it - and am not sure if you could even get it to
work. Would not even suggest trying.
On Mar 27, 2008, at 1:44 AM, Padmavathi Dt wrote:
In the starting of our project we have installed
openldap-2.4.7.It was working fine.But due to incompatibility with
some other application,we have
installed 2.2.13 according to documentation of that
application.We used the same "bdb" (berkeley db-4.6.21) as
recommended by the README of earlier one
( openldap-2.4.7) .It worked fine....
We have a working slapd of openldap-2.2.13..Now we
are planning to implement replication on similar machine(Red Hat
My doubt is about the version of slave LDAP.Should it
be the same as Master?
If so we already have the openldap-2.2.13 rpms installed
on our target machine.So can we use them?
What about the version of "bdb" to be installed on the
slave.Should it match with the master?
I am really new to all these things so please dont get
annoyed at my questions...........
Also please guide me where I can get the Admin guide for
this version as I have the one for openLDAP-2.4.7
I am eagerly waiting for a response.........Loads of Thanx in advance.
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