--On Monday, July 29, 2013 10:57 AM -0500 espeake(a)oreillyauto.com wrote:
The file structure is stored in module definitions and they are then
applied to the server in their proper place via the puppet agent. The
ldap servers are running and I can write to individual servers. I an just
having issues with the replication. The one thing I see is the node
identifier in the CSN, the second to last set of numbers, are all zeros.
The CSN looks like a date actually Should I take that out of the puppet
file and when I do will it regenerate the CSN ? Also, is the modify
timestamp some that would be regenerated if I removed them.. The configs
I provided are actually from the puppet server.
Please don't top post.
Please upgrade to a current version of OpenLDAP. You can read over
for the reasons why.
Please stop using puppet to maintain database files. This is *not* a valid
practice, as was already noted to you. You need to learn the proper
methods for maintaining your cn=config DB, via slapcat/slapadd and
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