On Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 5:42 AM, Howard Chu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:> but it will only write related data if (update_ctxcsn)
The manpage clearly states that -S sets the SID used in generated entryCSNs.
It also clearly states that the -w option writes the contextCSN based on the
greatest entryCSN in the database.
Period, end of story.
Thanks for your patience..
So the consequence is that the -S <sid> option is used to initialize the entryCSN's, regardless of if the -w option being provided.
If the -w option is provided, then the entryCSN's are searched for the maximal entryCSN, which becomes the contextCSN (either recently generated, or provided as part of the LDIF being loaded)
If the -S is not provided, it defaults to 0.