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From Norman Maurer <nor...@apache.org>
Subject Re: LDAP - Next Steps
Date Tue, 26 May 2009 20:13:13 GMT
Hi Emmanuel,

I would be really interested to have a look at the source code of that
"nifty" app. Could you provide a link to the svn path?

Thx,
Norman

2009/5/26 chris <chris@ia.gov>:
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> Emmanuel Lécharny 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.
>
>
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