I am running version 7.1 on masters and slaves. I am trying to replicate the master's database to a replica using the method of deleting the database on the replica and then running ipropd-slave.

I truncated the log on the master using the command "iprop-log truncate --reset"


I then attempted to replicate the database on a replica by deleting the database and the log file on the replica and starting ipropd-slave. However, all I am getting on the replica is a database of size 8192 bytes (the master's database is several hundred megabytes).

This is what I see in the slave's logs:

018-06-22T11:32:40.616711-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24142]: slave status change: bootstrapping 2018-06-22T11:32:40.617083-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24142]: slave status change: getting credentials from keytab/database 2018-06-22T11:32:40.617562-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24142]: slave status change: creating log file 2018-06-22T11:32:40.629051-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24142]: slave status change: ipropd-slave started 2018-06-22T11:32:40.629807-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24144]: slave status change: connecting to master: kdc-test2.stanford.edu 2018-06-22T11:32:40.630420-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24144]: connection successful to master: kdc-test2.stanford.edu[171.67.51.238] 2018-06-22T11:33:12.462594-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24144]: ipropd-slave started at version: 0 2018-06-22T11:33:12.462902-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24144]: slave status change: connected to master, waiting instructions 2018-06-22T11:33:12.534262-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24144]: slave status change: up-to-date with version: 7 at 2018-06-22T11:33:12 2018-06-22T11:33:12.610593-07:00 kdc-test1 ipropd-slave[24144]: slave status change: up-to-date with version: 7 at 2018-06-22T11:33:12

When I dump the master's log using 'iprop-log dump' it shows 7 entries.

I thought that ipropd-slave would get the entire database if there was no database to start with. But this is not happening.

Any ideas?

Thank you, Adam Lewenberg



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