--On Monday, November 09, 2015 3:28 PM +0000 Rebecka Gulliksson
I'm trying to setup an instance of slapd that supports RFC4533 (Content
Synchronization Operation) for use with a consumer that is *not* another
So right now I want to test my slapd instance with 'ldapsearch' instead
of in an master-slave setup.
I'm on Mac OS X with the following in my slapd.conf:
syncprov-checkpoint 100 1
Then I use ldapsearch
ldapsearch -x -h localhost -Esync=ro
but I get no syncCookie.
Essentially I want to achieve what has been asked (but not answered) here:
Is there anything else I need to add to slapd.conf or is my ldapsearch
command missing something?
Any pointers to documentation of how to set it up?
I'd suggest you use the Net::LDAPapi perl module, and read the
documentation, which gives an example of a sync client and how to test with
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