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From chris <ch...@ia.gov>
Subject Re: LDAP - Next Steps
Date Tue, 26 May 2009 19:30:01 GMT
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Emmanuel L├ęcharny wrote:
> Tony Stevenson wrote:
>> Emmanuel,
>>
>> Can you give us some more detailed information?  i.e. how would we
>> implement this, how would we ensure no chnages are missed?
> OpenLDAP's replication is based on Syncrepl, described in RFC 4530. We
> have implemented the first part of the protocol, ie the client to
> server. Atm, it's a standalone piece of code, which register on a given
> DN for a refresh-and-persist syncrepl operation. We then get every
> modifications (ie, addition, modification and removal) done on OpenLDAP.
>>


This sounds very similar to what I have been working on using syncrepl and looking at the
contextCSN attrib.  I'd like
to continue down this path.  It's pretty simple since we do not need every modification, we
only need to know that
something has changed.


crr/arreyder
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