Yes. I'm on my Master server. What's interesting though is that if I go to my slave server and stop ldap I can then write to my master. Is there someway that I could be talking to my slave when I run ldapadd from my master?
> Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011 09:53:24 +0100 > From: email@example.com > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: Syncrepl in openldap 2.3.43 > CC: email@example.com > > Michael, > > Michael Starling schrieb am 18.02.2011 03:36 Uhr: > > > > I've been using slurpd for quite some time now with fairly good results > > however I wanted to take advantage of the newer features in syncrepl. > > Specifically the ability to have the slave push to the master. > > > > I was able to set this up in relative short order using the example > > provided in http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin23/syncrepl.html > > > > I start up my slave server and it does indeed grab all the database > > information from my master, however I can no longer write to my master > > server. What am i missing from the documentation? > > > > > > If I try to add a simple ldif file it fails with the following error: > > > > [root@myserver backups]# ldapadd -f replicator-policy.ldif -x -D > > cn=root,dc=somedomain,dc=somedomain -W > > Enter LDAP Password: > > adding new entry "cn=replicate,ou=policies,dc=somedomain,dc=somedomain" > > ldapadd: Server is unwilling to perform (53) > > additional info: shadow context; no update referral > > > > If I add an updateref to my slave slapd.conf pointing back to my master > > server the error changes to this: > > > > [root@myserver backups]# ldapadd -f replicator-policy.ldif -x -D > > cn=root,dc=somedomain,dc=somedomain -W > > Enter LDAP Password: > > adding new entry "cn=replicate,ou=policies,dc=somedomain,dc=somedomain" > > ldapadd: Referral (10) > > referrals: > > > > ldap://myserver.aa.bb.cc:389/cn=replicate,ou=policies,dc=somedomain,dc=somedomain > Are you really sure, you are talking to the master and not to the slave > instead? > > Marc