On 08/28/2017 01:29 PM, Paul Whitney wrote:
I am referring to the admin console in "Last Update
where "Begin time of last update:" and "End time of last update:"
there is a problem with replication, the time stamps reset to "Wed Dec
31 1900 EST 1969" and not the last successful replication time.
Ditto for the Consumer Initialization Status, the time stamps get
reset to "Wed Dec 31 1900 EST 1969"
What version of 389-ds-base? rpm -qa
| grep 389-ds-base
There was some work done in this area recently, so its potentially
fixed, or it caused a regression, or neither :-) This depends on what
version you have.
What kind of replication problem causes it to reset? Is there a way to
reproduce it easily?
Paul M. Whitney
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On Aug 28, 2017, at 12:41 PM, Mark Reynolds <mareynol(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On 08/28/2017 11:54 AM, Paul Whitney wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> Is there a reason why the update time stamp defaults to Dec 31,
>> 19:00 EST 1969 in the console?
> Hey Paul,
> What exactly are you referring to? Modifytimestamp? Which entry?
>> Is there a way to preserve the last successful or failed timestamp?
>> Paul M. Whitney
>> E-mail: paul.whitney(a)mac.com
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