On 02/26/2015 07:41 AM, Mitja Mihelič wrote:
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On 26. 02. 2015 15:18, Rich Megginson wrote:
> On 02/26/2015 06:30 AM, Mitja Mihelič wrote:
>> We have a provider/consumer (master/slave) setup and we wish to
>> create a database backup on the master.
>> Replica setting on the master are set to "Single Master".
>> But when I run
>> .../db2bak $backup_path/$current_date
>> Backup fails an the following error is written in the errors log:
>> ERROR: Standalone db2bak is not supported when a multimaster
>> replication enabled server is coexisting.
>> Please use db2bak.pl, instead.
>> Since multimaster replication is not used, should I consider this a
>> Or is it referring to the "Single Master" setup as a multimaster
> Yes. "Single Master" is a misleading term as it implies that there
> is some sort of special protocol or setting that prevents having
> multiple masters. There is no such thing.
> What version of 389-ds-base? rpm -q 389-ds-base.
We are using latest from CentOS repo
There are no such problems with the old centos-ds-base-8.2.8-2.el5.centos.
Looks like it was changed for 9.0. See
I've browsed the dse.ldif and found the entry defining the replication
(certain entries omitted):
dn: cn=replica,cn=dc\3Dcompany\2Cdc\3Dcom,cn=mapping tree,cn=config
I have found the following in the RHDS docs:
"nsDS5ReplicaType: 3" - 3 for both single and multi-master suppliers
From this I would surmise that it does not matter if I choose the
single- or multimaster, nsDS5ReplicaType is set to 3.
And db2bak will not work.
Correct. You have to use db2bak.pl now. See
Would this be about right?
>> Regards, Mitja
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