Last followup -- it turns out that the AD domain is a subtree of the DIT
we're using in 389-ds; so instead of sync/replication, I'm going to set
up a chained sub-suffix.
-- C. (wondering if my emails are reaching this list at all)
On 01/26/2013 12:00 PM, Colin Panisset wrote:
I think I've answered part of my own question by trolling through
the explicit string '(objectclass=*)' is searched for and, if found,
thrown away before the EXCLUDE is processed.
So the goal here is to have user password changes and account
terminations make it from AD -> 389-ds, without having all entries from
AD show up.
I would be happy with some kind of (unix filesystem-speak) symlink
capability from one suffix to another, but I don't know the right
terminology to use in searching for documentation on doing this. Any
suggestions would be welcome.
On 01/25/2013 11:07 AM, Colin Panisset wrote:
> We have two separate directory environments at present, one 389-ds
> (389-ds-base-184.108.40.206-20.el6_3.x86_64) and one AD based on W2k8.
> We would like to be able to replicate user entries, password changes,
> and employee terminations from AD to 389-ds but, because the 389-ds
> environment is a restricted subset, we don't want all new users in the
> AD domain to automatically appear in 389-ds.
> I've seen https://fedorahosted.org/389/ticket/460
which looks like it
> would do the job, but the milestone is 1.3.2 which is a ways off.
> The suffixes in use by the different directory servers are different --
> one is dc=example,dc=com and the other is dc=otherplace,dc=com
> Complicating the matter is that the two directories are managed by
> different OUs in the same company.
> Other than referrals, is there some way to copy/replicate attributes
> from one suffix to another, or to change the suffix during a replication?
> Fractional replication uses the filter '(objectclass=*)' prior to the $
> EXCLUDE but would it be possible to extend that to cover a smaller
> subset of entries? We're not interested in replicating from 389-ds back
> to AD at this point.
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