On 11/08/2011 12:27 AM, Moisés Barba Pérez wrote:
Not very much, this is useful when you have the entry in a DB with
access. The problem is I have configure the replication in hub mode
and I can manage the entry in that DB.
I suppose you could stop replication, then
set the hub database to
backend instead of referral, then use directory manager to edit the entry.
2011/10/28 Rich Megginson <rmeggins(a)redhat.com
On 10/27/2011 01:20 AM, Moisés Barba Pérez wrote:
> I have a problem with one entry in LDAP. Two ldap servers
> configured as hub replication, each one with its own db.
> It have been such a replication error or something like that, and
> it was created a entry in the read-only db of one of them with
> this format
> where the original is
> having both of then in the read-only db and the correct one in
> the original ldap. I can't remove the wrong entry because in the
> original ldap there is only the correct one. How can I fix this
> entry (removing it, I guess) ???
Does this help?
> My ldap version is 1.2.5 and the OS is centos5.5.
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