--On Friday, September 28, 2018 11:35 AM +0200 Meike Stone
That confuses me a little bit.
All replication on openLDAP are based on syncreplication (slurpd is
vanished a long time ago)
So what kind of replication means the manual page (-> "Replica servers")?
It means that you run it in a replicated environment at your own risk.
Unfortunately, there is no defined standard for the "memberOf"
functionality (it's a MS hack) and so there's nothing that details how it
should or shouldn't behave with replication. In general, things work fine
as long as:
a) The server(s) never go into REFRESH
b) You never bring up a new replica with an empty database (which then does
a full REFRESH)
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