The configuration the installer talks about storing when selecting a
configuration directory is for the Administration Server, not for the
local Directory Server configuration, so the suffix mapping can't have
ended up in the wrong instance, it's always local.
When you installed 7.1 it should have asked what suffix you want to use
as your default suffix. Look again in your dse.ldif for the mapping
tree entry with "nsslapd-backend: userRoot", what is the cn of it? If
you entered "dc=company,dc=com" at installation time, the cn of this
mapping tree node would match that.
Ken Marsh wrote:
Thanks, you gave me some things to look at. The spacing seems to be
OK, and the same code worked to do the Replica object insertion into
the 7.1 server.
I think the problem is that when I configured the 1.0.1-4 server, I
had it store the config data in the 7.1 server. As a result, the
“mapping tree” part of config does not have a subordinate named
“dc=company,dc=com”. So, when the mmr.pl script goes to insert the
Replica object, it fails.
I wonder if this is because I had the setup script store config
information for 1.0.1-4 in 7.1. Perhaps if it was stored locally I
could start multi-master?