I would like to protect certain entries in a hub 389-ds host from getting obliterated during a full re-initialization of an agreement. Strange yes, but hear me out.

To keep duty separation intact, we've set up a scenario where we've got one group managing Active Directory and one 389 server (389-A), and another group maintaining a 389 hub (389-B). 389-A syncs from AD one-way, and then replicates to 389-B.  However, things like sudoers and posix attributes (uids and gids) are managed on 389-B for convenience. Unfortunately, the sudoers OU and uids/gids get destroyed if 389-A performs a re-initialization of the agreement--by design I'm sure.

Is there a way to protect the sudoers OU and specific attributes of users on 389-B in this scenario? It looks like my options are to mess with fractional replication, ACIs, to meticulously back-up these attributes and restore them in the rare event we need to re-initialize, or to give up the convenience and have those attributes managed on 389-A.

Is there no easy answer to this without giving up the ability to manage some things locally on 389-B?