A byzantine java application connects to the LDAP server, and somehow uses the information presented to trigger API requests to business logic, eventually resulting in the data being replicated to a relational
database. If olcSpNoPresent is honoured, this works. It it’s ignored, it dies with an error. I have, as yet, been unable to find an engineer who can explain this behaviour to me, and this code is largely forgotten.
It seems reasonable to me that if I configure slapd to not do a Present phase, then it shouldn’t do a Present phase? Am I wrong?
On Wed, Mar 09, 2022 at 09:04:49AM +0000, Lisa Parratt wrote:
> Hi Quanah,
> It’s not a replication setup. The consumer is a relatively ancient
> proprietary implementation of the syncrepl protocol, over which I have
> very influence.
> I believe the problem is syncprov.c lines 3335 and 3341, which appear
> to be setting `do_present = SS_PRESENT;` while simultaneously ignoring
> the value of si->si_nopres. Replacing the lines above with `if (
> !si->si_nopres ) do_present = SS_PRESENT;` appears to fix the problem
> for my use case, and is closer to how the logic worked in previous
> versions of slapd.
I find it strange that you maintain a sessionlog (or use accesslog to host
it) yet don't want to host a present/delete phase which is where they
are useful. Could you explain what you're trying to achieve with your
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