Am Wed, 25 Nov 2015 11:02:23 +0000
schrieb "Bannister, Mark" <Mark.Bannister(a)morganstanley.com>:
> > If we're primarily adding or deleting entire objects, however,
> > not modifying single attributes, won't delta-syncrepl just fall
> > back to syncrepl anyway?
> Can't you change your modification process to modify entries
> instead of deleting and re-adding them?
I didn't say we deleted and re-added stuff. We will modify if the
object needs modifying, but most of our operations involve either
adding brand new objects, or deleting old ones.
> > And this still doesn't change the fact that I'm now going to have
> > to spin up 10-20 LDAP replicas on a single machine to get around
> > the single-threaded replication engine problem.
> This is the concept of "replication hubs". You can do this to
> spread the syncrepl load.
Ah, "replication hubs", yes. I'd rather not have to go down this
route unless I have to, but at the moment it seems there is little
You may consider cascading replication, as demonstrated in test019
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