Jakub Hrozek wrote:
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On 07/22/2010 05:32 AM, David O'Brien wrote:
> The current doc includes the following statement in the section on
> configuring failover (Section 220.127.116.11.4. Configuring Failover):
> "Future versions of SSSD will throw an error upon receiving additional
> ldap_uri entries."
> Does this mean SSSD will fail somehow, or display an error message
> advising the user of a config error, or what exactly? "throw an error"
> is ambiguous.
I think what it meant to say was that the way to configure LDAP failover
is to specify multiple URIs in a single ldap_uri parameter, not multiple
ldap_uri parameters. We will be able to detect configuration errors such
as this one when a configuration validator is available, until that
time, we just silently use the last ldap_uri entry.
I think that's covered ok in the actual description of how to use
multiple URIs for failover (which I'll include below). I just wasn't
sure about the "throw an error" part.
" Do not use multiple ldap_uri parameters to specify your failover
servers. The failover servers must be entered as a comma-separated list
of values for a single ldap_uri parameter. If you enter multiple
ldap_uri parameters, SSSD only recognizes the last entry.
Future versions of SSSD will throw an error upon receiving additional
ldap_uri entries. "
This is part of the "Configuring Failover" section mentioned in the
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