Hi Mark –


Let me clarify.  These databases would be used in multi-master replication.  Is there any limit to the number of databases configured for MMR on an instance/server ?


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Subject: Re: [389-users] Limit on number of databases per directory server instance



On 05/19/2015 02:25 PM, Colin Tulloch wrote:

Hi all –


Is there a limit to the number of databases that can be present on an instance of directory server – or on a server/VM itself?


Some colleagues of mine seem to believe there is a limit of 10 DBs per server.  I haven’t seen this in the Redhat documentation myself (we run RHDS, not necessarily 389).

Hi Colin,

There is no limit on backend databases in the Directory Server.





Colin Tulloch

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