Terry Soucy wrote:
I have a weird issue that I can't find much information about.
We have a single-master replication setup, with the supplier
replicating to two consumers. The software is the same on all three
systems (fedora-ds-1.1.3-1) installed from packages. These are all
new RHEL5.4 systems, i386 arch with 8G of RAM running the latest PAE
The error received is as follows ...
On the supplier ...
[10/Nov/2009:11:52:20 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=Gaia to
Nyx" (nyx:389): Replica has a different generation ID than the local
Lots of those, then the replication fails.
This usually means the consumer (nyx)
has not been initialized.
On the consumer ...
[10/Nov/2009:10:52:21 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
replica_replace_ruv_tombstone: failed to update replication update
vector for replica dc=unb,dc=ca: LDAP error - 1
Usually means not initialized or
not configured correctly
Earlier attempts to create a replica have resulted in a File not found
error, as for some reason, all of the db4 files in the userRoot
(/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-nyx/db) mysteriously disappeared.
Thoughts? We have beeen pouring over this for a bit now. Before we
went production, I was able to create replicas from the single
supplier to multiple consumers with no issues. We tested replication
by updating the supplier, and replication was spot on. Once we went
production, replication went to hell, and now even the simple task of
creating a replica is causing us no end of grief.
Thanks in advance.