[389-users] Replication errors with single master

Rich Megginson rmeggins at redhat.com
Tue Nov 10 16:48:20 UTC 2009

Terry Soucy wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I have a weird issue that I can't find much information about.
> We have a single-master replication setup, with the supplier 
> replicating to two consumers.  The software is the same on all three 
> systems (fedora-ds-1.1.3-1) installed from packages.  These are all 
> new RHEL5.4 systems, i386 arch with 8G of RAM running the latest PAE 
> kernel.
> The error received is as follows ...
> On the supplier ...
> [10/Nov/2009:11:52:20 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=Gaia to 
> Nyx" (nyx:389): Replica has a different generation ID than the local 
> data.
> Lots of those, then the replication fails.
This usually means the consumer (nyx) has not been initialized.
> On the consumer ...
> [10/Nov/2009:10:52:21 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - 
> replica_replace_ruv_tombstone: failed to update replication update 
> vector for replica dc=unb,dc=ca: LDAP error - 1
Usually means not initialized or not configured correctly
> Earlier attempts to create a replica have resulted in a File not found 
> error, as for some reason, all of the db4 files in the userRoot 
> (/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-nyx/db) mysteriously disappeared.
> Thoughts?  We have beeen pouring over this for a bit now.  Before we 
> went production, I was able to create replicas from the single 
> supplier to multiple consumers with no issues.  We tested replication 
> by updating the supplier, and replication was spot on.  Once we went 
> production, replication went to hell, and now even the simple task of 
> creating a replica is causing us no end of grief.
> Thanks in advance.
> Terry Soucy

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