I am doing a one-way replication (for now). I believe I have replication accounts on both machines. Honestly I didn't know to look. Are they local user accounts or is there accounts/ permissions in the directory? How can I tell? I would like to replicate all attributes.
On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 9:35 AM, Kevin C. Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Can you share some details about your replication agreement? For example - what type of replication are you doing - one way or multi-master, you have replication accounts on both servers, you confirmed the replication passwords are correct, are you replicating all of your attributes or only some of the attributes, etc.
Other thoughts include:
1. Do both servers have the same schema loaded?
2. Are you seeing any errors in any of the logs?
On 2/28/18 9:26 AM, JESSE LUNT wrote:
I have inherited a 389 LDAP environment, which is running on RHEL 5.5 server. There are two RHEL 5.5 servers in the LDAP environment (389ds1 and 389ds2)
Currently the directory is only on one system as the replication hasn't been working for aprox a year (yikes!!!) I am trying to create a replication agreement between two servers. When I add the replication agreement I receive an error " LDAP server is unwilling to perform"
My thought is before I introduce a newer version of the LDAP I should try to get the replication between the two existing servers working.
Any thoughts on where to begin troubleshooting this? I am a 389 LDAP noob....
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