[CentOS] problems creating read-only, 'consumer' dirsrv replica
jdetert at infinityhealthcare.com
Wed Mar 16 13:44:29 UTC 2011
I am trying to deploy an additional read-only replica (aka.
'consumer') in a single-master dirsrv environment.
The master, and the other pre-existing consumer servers, are all
'fedora-ds' running on Fedora 7. I'm trying to add a consumer running
on Centos 5.5. Ultimately, I intend to replace the Fedora ds servers
with Centos dirsrv servers.
I'm trying to deploy the Centos dirsrv consumer without running the
I've been following the directions at
, specifically in chapter 8. When I get to "8.7.2. Configuring
Consumers from the Command Line" (
), I run into problems:
1) ldapmodify complains that I'm missing the required attribute
'nsds5replicaId'. So I add it, and guess at the replicaID number (cuz
the guide says nothing about the ID).
2) even after resolving issue 1) above, I get an error: "ldap_add: No
The return value of the ldapmodify command is 32.
The changetype of the operation is 'add', so ldapmodify knows it's
trying to add an object.
The input I pass to ldapmodify is just like shown in the guide, but w.
the addition of the nsds5replicaId attribute mentioned in issue 1)
dn: cn=replica,cn="dc=infinityhealthcare,dc=com",cn=mapping tree,cn=config
Any idea what's wrong? Do I have to first create dn:
cn="dc=infinityhealthcare,dc=com",cn=mapping tree,cn=config ? If so,
how? The guide doesn't seem to have a step for that, except for when
adding a 'hub' dirsrv. However, I mean to add a 'consumer', not a
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