[Fedora-directory-users] Replication of o=NetscapeRoot
nkinder at redhat.com
Thu Aug 24 15:31:54 UTC 2006
Brian Moyles wrote:
> I've got 2 machines in multimaster replication across a WAN link. I'm
> replicating our root suffix (userRoot) successfully. I'm storing
> o=NetscapeRoot on box01 right now, and want to replicate that to 02 (using
> 2-way multimaster) and have 02 use its local copy so I have console failover
> as described in the howto in the wiki.
> What I'm unclear on, though, is where I should be creating the user for
> replication. Right now, I have cn=Replication Manager, cn=config, meaning
> that the user is in o=NetscapeRoot. The docs specify that the replication
> user cannot exist in the database you're replicating...so where should it
The "cn=config" suffix is not in "o=Netscape Root". It is it's own
suffix that is really uses the dse.ldif file as it's "back-end
database". You can use the same user that you already have for
replicating "o=Netscape Root".
> Thanks in advance!
> Brian Moyles
> Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
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> Fedora-directory-users at redhat.com
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