a solution is to use the chase referal option. With this, a write
operation on a read only LDAP directory will be returned to the proxy
which will follow the referal and update the master directory. This is
fully transparent for LDAP clients.
2011/8/31, Kapetanakis Giannis <bilias(a)edu.physics.uoc.gr>:
I'm trying to setup an LDAP Proxy using the slapd-meta database.
Is there a way to define different servers per operation? I want
servers r1 and r2 for read only operations and server w1 w2 for write
operations (add, delete etc) for a single suffix.
Is this possible with openldap? I've seen about the "default-target"
directive but it's not clear what it actually does.