My replication scheme has things like so:

orldc-prod-ipa01 <--> orldc-prod-ipa02 <--> bohdc-prod-ipa01

I had run re-initialize on orldc-prod-ipa02 (--from orldc-prod-ipa01) AND
re-initialize on bohdc-prod-ipa01 (--from orldc-prod-ipa02).

That is where i'm currently at with the same errors.

Any additional thoughts beyond just destroying 'orldc-prod-ipa02' and
bohdc-prod-ipa01 and re-installing them as new replicas?

As always, many thanks.

On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 7:40 PM, Mark Reynolds <marey...@redhat.com> wrote:
>
>
> On 03/07/2017 06:08 PM, Christopher Young wrote:
>> I had attempted to do _just_ a re-initialize on orldc-prod-ipa02
>> (using --from orldc-prod-ipa01), but after it completes, I still end
>> up with the same errors. What would be my next course of action?
> I have no idea. Sounds like the reinit did not work if you keep getting
> the same errors, or you reinited the wrong server (or the wrong
> direction) Remember you have to reinit ALL the replicas - not just one.
>>
>> To clarify the error(s) on orldc-prod-ipa01 are:
>> -----
>> Mar 7 18:04:53 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:04:53.549127059 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>> ....
>> -----
>>
>>
>> On orldc-prod-ipa02, I get:
>> -----
>> Mar 7 18:06:00 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:00.290853165 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>> agmt="cn=masterAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>> (orldc-prod-ipa01:389): The remote replica has a different database
>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>> Mar 7 18:06:01 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:01.715691409 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>> failed.
>> Mar 7 18:06:01 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:01.720475590 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>> failed.
>> Mar 7 18:06:01 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:01.728588145 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>> failed.
>> Mar 7 18:06:04 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:04.286539164 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>> agmt="cn=masterAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>> (orldc-prod-ipa01:389): The remote replica has a different database
>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>> Mar 7 18:06:05 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:05.328239468 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>> failed.
>> Mar 7 18:06:05 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:05.330429534 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>> failed.
>> Mar 7 18:06:05 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>> [07/Mar/2017:18:06:05.333270479 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>> failed.
>> -----
>>
>>
>> I'm trying to figure out what my next step(s) would be in this
>> situation. Would that be to completely remove those systems are
>> replicas (orldc-prod-ipa02 and bohdc-prod-ipa01) and then completely
>> recreate the replicas?
>>
>> I appreciate all the responses. I'm still trying to figure out what
>> options to use for db2ldif, but I'm looking that up to at least try
>> and look at the DBs.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Chris
>>
>> On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 4:23 PM, Mark Reynolds <marey...@redhat.com>
wrote:
>>>
>>> On 03/07/2017 11:29 AM, Christopher Young wrote:
>>>> Thank you very much for the response!
>>>>
>>>> To start:
>>>> ----
>>>> [root@orldc-prod-ipa01 ~]# rpm -qa 389-ds-base
>>>> 389-ds-base-1.3.5.10-18.el7_3.x86_64
>>>> ----
>>> You are on the latest version with the latest replication fixes.
>>>> So, I believe a good part of my problem is that I'm not _positive_
>>>> which replica is good at this point (though my directory really isn't
>>>> that huge).
>>>>
>>>> Do you have any pointers on a good method of comparing the directory
>>>> data between them? I was wondering if anyone knows of any tools to
>>>> facilitate that. I was thinking that it might make sense for me to
>>>> dump the DB and restore, but I really don't know that procedure. As I
>>>> mentioned, my directory really isn't that large at all, however I'm
>>>> not positive the best bullet-item listed method to proceed. (I know
>>>> I'm not helping things :) )
>>> Heh, well only you know what your data should be. You can always do a
>>> db2ldif.pl on each server and compare the ldif files that are
>>> generated. Then pick the one you think is the most up to date.
>>>
>>>
https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Directory_Server/10/html/Administration_Guide/Populating_Directory_Databases-Exporting_Data.html#Exporting-db2ldif
>>>
>>> Once you decide on a server, then you need to reinitialize all the other
>>> servers/replicas from the "good" one. Use " ipa-replica-manage
>>> re-initialize" for this.
>>>
>>>
https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Identity_Management_Guide/ipa-replica-manage.html#initialize
>>>
>>> That's it.
>>>
>>> Good luck,
>>> Mark
>>>
>>>> Would it be acceptable to just 'assume' one of the replicas is good
>>>> (taking the risk of whatever missing pieces I'll have to deal with),
>>>> completely removing the others, and then rebuilding the replicas from
>>>> scratch?
>>>>
>>>> If I go that route, what are the potential pitfalls?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I want to decide on an approach and try and resolve this once and for
all.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks again! It really is appreciated as I've been frustrated with
>>>> this for a while now.
>>>>
>>>> -- Chris
>>>>
>>>> On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 8:45 AM, Mark Reynolds <marey...@redhat.com>
wrote:
>>>>> What version of 389-ds-base are you using?
>>>>>
>>>>> rpm -qa | grep 389-ds-base
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> comments below..
>>>>>
>>>>> On 03/06/2017 02:37 PM, Christopher Young wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> I've seen similar posts, but in the interest of asking fresh and
>>>>> trying to understand what is going on, I thought I would ask for
>>>>> advice on how best to handle this situation.
>>>>>
>>>>> In the interest of providing some history:
>>>>> I have three (3) FreeIPA servers. Everything is running 4.4.0 now.
>>>>> The originals (orldc-prod-ipa01, orldc-prod-ipa02) were upgraded from
>>>>> the 3.x branch quite a while back. Everything had been working fine,
>>>>> however I ran into a replication issue (that I _think_ may have been a
>>>>> result of IPv6 being disabled by my default Ansible roles). I thought
>>>>> I had resolved that by reinitializing the 2nd replica,
>>>>> orldc-prod-ipa02.
>>>>>
>>>>> In any case, I feel like the replication has never been fully stable
>>>>> since then, and I have all types of errors in messages that indicate
>>>>> something is off. I had single introduced a 3rd replica such that the
>>>>> agreements would look like so:
>>>>>
>>>>> orldc-prod-ipa01 -> orldc-prod-ipa02 ---> bohdc-prod-ipa01
>>>>>
>>>>> It feels like orldc-prod-ipa02 & bohdc-prod-ipa01 are out of sync.
>>>>> I've tried reinitializing them in order but with no positive results.
>>>>> At this point, I feel like I'm ready to 'bite the bullet' and tear
>>>>> them down quickly (remove them from IPA, delete the local
>>>>> DBs/directories) and rebuild them from scratch.
>>>>>
>>>>> I want to minimize my impact as much as possible (which I can somewhat
>>>>> do by redirecting LDAP/DNS request via my load-balancers temporarily)
>>>>> and do this right.
>>>>>
>>>>> (Getting to the point...)
>>>>>
>>>>> I'd like advice on the order of operations to do this. Give the
>>>>> errors (I'll include samples at the bottom of this message), does it
>>>>> make sense for me to remove the replicas on bohdc-prod-ipa01 &
>>>>> orldc-prod-ipa02 (in that order), wipe out any directories/residual
>>>>> pieces (I'd need some idea of what to do there), and then create new
>>>>> replicas? -OR- Should I export/backup the LDAP DB and rebuild
>>>>> everything from scratch.
>>>>>
>>>>> I need advice and ideas. Furthermore, if there is someone with
>>>>> experience in this that would be interested in making a little money
>>>>> on the side, let me know, because having an extra brain and set of
>>>>> hands would be welcome.
>>>>>
>>>>> DETAILS:
>>>>> =================
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> ERRORS I see on orldc-prod-ipa01 (the one whose LDAP DB seems the most
>>>>> up-to-date since my changes are usually directed at it):
>>>>> ------
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:24 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:36:24.434956575 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:25 orldc-prod-ipa01 ipa-dnskeysyncd: ipa : INFO
>>>>> LDAP bind...
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:25 orldc-prod-ipa01 ipa-dnskeysyncd: ipa : INFO
>>>>> Commencing sync process
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:26 orldc-prod-ipa01 ipa-dnskeysyncd:
>>>>> ipa.ipapython.dnssec.keysyncer.KeySyncer: INFO Initial LDAP dump
>>>>> is done, sychronizing with ODS and BIND
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:27 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:36:27.799519203 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:30 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:36:30.994760069 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:34 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:36:34.940115481 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:35 orldc-prod-ipa01 named-pkcs11[32134]: client
>>>>> 10.26.250.66#49635 (56.10.in-addr.arpa): transfer of
>>>>> '56.10.in-addr.arpa/IN': AXFR-style IXFR started
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:35 orldc-prod-ipa01 named-pkcs11[32134]: client
>>>>> 10.26.250.66#49635 (56.10.in-addr.arpa): transfer of
>>>>> '56.10.in-addr.arpa/IN': AXFR-style IXFR ended
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:37 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:36:37.977875463 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:40 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:36:40.999275184 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:36:45 orldc-prod-ipa01 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:36:45.211260414 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=cloneAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa02:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> ------
>>>>>
>>>>> These messages indicate that the replica does not have the same
database as
>>>>> the master. So either the master or the replica needs to be
reinitialized.,
>>>>> More on this below...
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Errors on orldc-prod-ipa02:
>>>>> ------
>>>>> r 6 14:16:04 orldc-prod-ipa02 ipa-dnskeysyncd: ipa : INFO
>>>>> Commencing sync process
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:04 orldc-prod-ipa02 ipa-dnskeysyncd:
>>>>> ipa.ipapython.dnssec.keysyncer.KeySyncer: INFO Initial LDAP dump
>>>>> is done, sychronizing with ODS and BIND
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:05 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:05.934405274 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:05 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:05.937278142 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:05 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:05.939434025 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>>
>>>>> These are harmless "errors" which have been removed in newer versions
of
>>>>> 389-ds-base.
>>>>>
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:06 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:06.882795654 -0500]
>>>>> agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local" (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389) -
>>>>> Can't locate CSN 58bdf8f5000200070000 in the changelog (DB rc=-30988).
>>>>> If replication stops, the consumer may need to be reinitialized.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:06 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:06.886029272 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> changelog program - agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local"
>>>>> (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389): CSN 58bdf8f5000200070000 not found, we aren't
>>>>> as up to date, or we purged
>>>>>
>>>>> This "could" also be a known issue that is fixed in newer versions of
>>>>> 389-ds-base. Or this is a valid error message due to the replica being
>>>>> stale for a very long time and records actually being purged from the
>>>>> changelog before they were replicated.
>>>>>
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:06 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:06.888679268 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local" (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389):
>>>>> Data required to update replica has been purged from the changelog.
>>>>> The replica must be reinitialized.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:06 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:06.960804253 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=masterAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa01:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>>
>>>>> Okay, so your replication agreements/servers are not in sync. I
suspect you
>>>>> created a new replica and used that to initialize a valid replica
which
>>>>> broke things. Something like that. You need to find a "good" replica
>>>>> server and reinitialize the other replicas from that server. These
errors
>>>>> needs to addressed asap, as it's halting replication for those
agreements
>>>>> which explains the "instability" you are describing.
>>>>>
>>>>> Mark
>>>>>
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:08 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:08.960622608 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:08 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:08.968927168 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:08 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:08.976952118 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:09 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:09.972315877 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=masterAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa01:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:10 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:10.034810948 -0500]
>>>>> agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local" (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389) -
>>>>> Can't locate CSN 58bdf8f5000200070000 in the changelog (DB rc=-30988).
>>>>> If replication stops, the consumer may need to be reinitialized.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:10 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:10.040020359 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> changelog program - agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local"
>>>>> (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389): CSN 58bdf8f5000200070000 not found, we aren't
>>>>> as up to date, or we purged
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:10 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:10.042846879 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local" (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389):
>>>>> Data required to update replica has been purged from the changelog.
>>>>> The replica must be reinitialized.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:13 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:13.013253769 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:13 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:13.021514225 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:13 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:13.027521508 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:13 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:13.110566247 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=masterAgreement1-orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local-pki-tomcat"
>>>>> (orldc-prod-ipa01:389): The remote replica has a different database
>>>>> generation ID than the local database. You may have to reinitialize
>>>>> the remote replica, or the local replica.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:14 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:14.179819300 -0500]
>>>>> agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local" (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389) -
>>>>> Can't locate CSN 58bdf8f5000200070000 in the changelog (DB rc=-30988).
>>>>> If replication stops, the consumer may need to be reinitialized.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:14 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:14.188353328 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> changelog program - agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local"
>>>>> (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389): CSN 58bdf8f5000200070000 not found, we aren't
>>>>> as up to date, or we purged
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:14 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:14.196463928 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
>>>>> agmt="cn=meTobohdc-prod-ipa01.passur.local" (bohdc-prod-ipa01:389):
>>>>> Data required to update replica has been purged from the changelog.
>>>>> The replica must be reinitialized.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:17 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:17.068292919 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:17 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:17.071241757 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> Mar 6 14:16:17 orldc-prod-ipa02 ns-slapd:
>>>>> [06/Mar/2017:14:16:17.073793922 -0500] attrlist_replace - attr_replace
>>>>> (nsslapd-referral, ldap://orldc-prod-ipa01.passur.local:389/o%3Dipaca)
>>>>> failed.
>>>>> ------
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks in advance!!!
>>>>>
>>>>> -- Chris
>>>>>
>>>>>
>
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