On 20 Feb 2020, at 07:35, Thaddeus Brown
First, i am a noob to ldap and directory server.
All good, happy to have you here!
I have been at this for 30+ days in various scenarios to move off of
directory server 8.2 to 11. In my latest iteration I am just trying to step through the
major upgrades os/ds one at time to get to my end result.
I am trying to replicate databases from directory server 8.2 to 9. I have followed the
redhat documentation but still struggling. On the consumer, I am getting the error
slapi_ldap_bind - error: could not bind id [cn=replication manager,cn=config] mech
[SIMPLE]: error 48 (inappropriate authentication) errno 0 (Success)
I have changed the password do it wouldn't be too simple. Made sure that supplier dn
is cn=replication manager,cn=config as well as simple bind userid. How can I check if
security and what type is on supplier?
On the consumer, you should check the cn=replication manager,cn=config exists, and you can
do an ldapwhoami -H ldaps://consumer.ldap.example.com
manager,cn=config" -w -x
On the supplier you need to look for the replication agreements, you can use ldapsearch -H
-D 'cn=Directory Manager' -b cn=config -x -w
'(objectClass=nsds5ReplicationAgreement)' to show these. You need to check the
bind method is SIMPLE, the bind dn is correct, and the nsds5replicacredentials is correct
password. It's also worth checking the port and hostnames too.
For replication logging you can set the error log level to 8192 in cn=config as well.
As always, if possible create a "staging" or "development" environment
that matches your production, and try things out there too.
Hope that helps, if you have more questions, please let us know!
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