389Ds Replication Agreement

Create the replica entry on the Consumerhost, for example. B consumer1.example.com. This entry identifies the database and suffix as participating in the replication and determines the type of replica of the database. There are four key attributes: when creating a new replication agreement with nsds5ReplicaEnabled: The server crashes. However, remember that this role expects 389DS to already be running, but only configures replication between existing servers. If Hub consumers have not been updated by other hubs or masters, they will no longer be updated. You should create new agreements for the remaining hubs or masters to update these consumers. If you switch a consumer to a hub, their change protocol is enabled and you can set new agreements with consumers. Only in cases where a custom replication hook is implemented Once enabled and agmt has been launched, replication continues automatically.

I didn`t have to intervene (for example.B. send updates now). I attached an error protocol output (replication log) to show what the server is doing. A small request. diff –git a/ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_agmt.c b/ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_agmt.c index 8714021..bfde962 100644 120 PRBool is_enabled; <== not used? The gradations and downgrades allowed within the multimaster replication mechanism make the topology very flexible. A site that was previously used by a consumer replicator may grow and require a hub with multiple replicas to handle the load. If the load contains many changes in the synthesized content, the Hub can become a master to enable faster local changes, which can then be replicated to other masters on other sites. Hubs are read-only intermediate copies that receive updates from providers and forward them to other consumers. These are part of the cacaclant replication scenario described in section 8.2.3, "Waterfall Replication." The creation of the hub consists of two steps: first, the creation of the changelog database, since the hub keeps a record of the changes sent by the provider and, second, the configuration of the hub replica. It is much easier to use DSCC to perform these tasks because DSCC takes care of all the relevant replication agreements.

However, if you are using DSCC, you cannot specify the same replication ID that The Master originally had in the topology. To use the same replica ID, you must use the command line to perform these tasks as follows. If a replication agreement is disabled, the update status will no longer be updated. The displayed message has two variants: by deleting a replication agreement, one stops replication to the corresponding consumer and deletes all configuration information for the agreement. . . .