On 05/23/2013 02:22 PM, Vincent Gerris wrote:
We see the same change with a different change number.
This does not happen while using the 389-console or a tool we use to
directly connect to the directory.
When other integration tools are used that do no trigger a duplicate
entry with iPlanet, they do show a duplicate entry.
I can attach a part of the slapd access log file that records this activity.
you can also turn on audit logging and see if there is a
difference in the ops from different clients
We are planning a migration from iPlanet 5 to RH DS 9 and this came
On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Ludwig Krispenz <lkrispen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> What do you mean by two entries - the same change duplicate with different
> change numbers or an additional change logged ?
> On 05/23/2013 08:57 AM, Vincent Gerris wrote:
>> We are using Red Hat Enterprise Directory Server (which is a stable 389).
>> We have been using the retro changelog plugin from the old iPlanet
>> server for synchronisation to other systems.
>> Yesterday we noticed that for some reason, when an LDAP modification
>> is made, 2 entries turn up in de changelog LDAP tree.
>> It does not seem to happen when the 389-console client is used and a
>> change is made directly to an account with it,
>> but when an LDAP modify is done, while the slapd access logs shows 1
>> modification, the changelog has two entries.
>> This seems to be a bug.
>> Does anyone know how to solve this?
>> I have not found anybody having the issue and nothing in the
>> configuration either.
>> These duplicate entries might result in performance issues on the
>> scripting side.
>> Any help is greatly appreciated!
>> Kind regards,
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