I am migrating from single provider to N-Way provider in OpenLDAP 2.4.56
This configuration was setup years ago and reading the docs has me questioning this piece of configuration. I notice we have no present configured on our syncprov overlay for our primary DB setup for delta sync. I noticed in the docs it explains
The nonpresent option should only be configured if the overlay is being placed on top of a log database, such as when used with delta-syncrepl.
The nonpresent option is configured by the
directive. This value should only be set TRUE for a syncprov instance on top of a log database (such as one managed by the accesslog overlay). The default is FALSE.
olcDbCheckpoint: 1024 10
... indexes ...
Should this olcSpNoPresent piece be removed from our configuration? What adverse affects would this generate if it is in fact an incorrect piece of configuration? Delta-Sync between our consumers and provider seem to function. I am worried this could cause problems on my journey to N-Way provider replication.
Next, I am testing new architecture for N-Way but see that the new context CSNs generated by those new providers also show up in the initial provider. If I want to "go back" to my original system state before my N-Way testing, can I simply delete the ContextCSNs from an exported LDIF and reload the database? Or is that asking for trouble?