On 05/21/2015 06:25 AM, Janelle wrote:
On 5/21/15 5:20 AM, thierry bordaz wrote:
Hello Janelle,

Those 3 RIDs were already present in Node dc2-ipa1, correct ? They reappeared on others nodes as well ? May be ds2-ipa1 established a replication session with its peers and send those RIDs. Could you track in all the access logs, when the op csn=5552f718000300170000 was applied.

Note that the two hexa values of replica 23 changed (5545d61f000200170000 5552f718000300170000 vs 5553e3a3000000170000 55543240000300170000). Have you recreated a replica 23 ?.

Do you have replication logging enabled ?

thanks
thierry
Just to help me -- what is the best way to enable the logging level you need?

http://www.port389.org/docs/389ds/FAQ/faq.html#troubleshooting
The Replication log level.

I thought I did it correctly adding to ldif.dse, but I don't think it took.

You cannot edit dse.ldif while the server is running. Anyway, ldapmodify is the best way to set this value.

I am used to OpenLDAP, so perhaps there is a different way to do it with 389-ds. Can you suggest settings of logging you want me to use?

The Replication log level.

~Janelle


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