I'm looking for some way how to "stack" LDAP sub-trees one on top of
What I mean: Let's have two subtrees:
dc=lower and dc=upper
dc=lower contains objects:
cn=obj2,attr A = 2
dc=upper contains objects:
cn=obj2,attr A = 4
Now I push dc=upper on top of dc=lower (let say it creates dc=stack)
Queries with base dc=stack will return:
cn=obj1 --> same object as in dc=lower
cn=obj2 --> same object as in dc=upper, attr A = 2
cn=obj3 --> same object as in dc=lower
cn=obj4 --> same object as in dc=upper
I saw overlays "relay" and "rwm" in OpenLDAP. Is there any support in
this use case?
I need to override several records from "lower" subtree with object from
"upper" subtree. Problem is, that subtree "lower" can contain 10 000
and I need to override only 5 of them. I'm searching for effective way how to
accomplish this without copying whole subtree "lower" to "upper".
Thanks for your time.
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