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Dear list users,
I have a master openldap 2.3 server which is replicated via syncrepl on
half a dozen other servers (2.3 too).
Due to a legacy application from which I have to import passwords once a
day, the master server is stopped, erased and re-built from scratch once
I have noticed that all the replicas have recovered only a partial
subset of the entries and the strange thing is that all the replicas
have the same subset. They are all missing a few hundred entries.
When I stop the replicas, erase their data and start them anew, they
replicate just fine and are consistent with the master server.
I was wondering : could this be due to the fact that the replicas have
problems erasing the old entries and replacing them with the new set of
entries? Would increasing syncprov-checkpoint <ops> and
syncprov-sessionlog <size> values improve the situation? I also recall
reading something about a specific configuration directive to improve
delete replication but I have a feeling it was 2.4 specific...
Oliver Henriot B.Sc. Ph.D. | Technicien de Maintenance
Moyens Informatiques et Multimédia | UMS MI2S | http://mi2s.imag.fr/
Domaine universitaire BP53 | 38041 Grenoble cedex 9 | France
tel.: +33 4 76 51 43 48 | fax: +33 4 76 51 47 15
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