I am running a multimaster master fractional replication (M1, M2 host) with memberof plugin excluded from replication, I am looking to add 1/2
dozen DS's to replication system but ALL will be read only ( master
-> slave replication cfg-one way replication) what will be my options
for cfg replication
-should I consider using M1 or M2 as master wich will replicate to each slave , so the master M2 will have 6 replcation agreements to each slave host -or -should I consider the cascading replication option one slave gets data from Master DS and from this slave next one replicates and so on ?
which one of this designs cfg replication solution will give the best performance?
I’m working on importing a Ldif from an older version of Redhat and have a few dozen of the below: is there a way to increase debugging such that it tells me which attribute violates syntax? I’ve looked and can’t find anything. We have a moderately complex custom schema and it’s tough to guess which attribute is a problem.
[02/Oct/2017:19:26:51.469805388 -0400] - WARN - import_producer - import userRoot: Skipping entry “uid=user1,ou=employees,dc=domain,dc=org" which violates attribute syntax, ending line 2988973 of file "/home/morgan/devldap03.ldif”
I know it’s a bit weird question for something called “Fedora … “, but is there any chance someone maintains Ubuntu/Debian packages for latest 389 versions?
I’m struggling hard with the historical version available in Ubuntu (18.104.22.168) and for some reasons I can’t use any other distro :(
I need to do ldapcompare in cn=encryption,cn=config and have no idea why I can’t:
root@ldap01:/home/ubuntu# ldapcompare -h localhost -D cn=root -wadmin cn=encryption,cn=config nsSSL2:off
Compare Result: Server is unwilling to perform (53)
Additional info: Operation on Directory Specific Entry not allowed
cn=root is the directory manager user.
What can I do to change this?
389-ds 22.214.171.124 - ubuntu