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Re: [Fedora-directory-users] Setting up second DS questions



Ken Marsh wrote:

I’ve been running NSDS 7.1 very successfully for a couple of years now (Thanks!),

Fedora DS or Red Hat DS? There is no NSDS afaik.

but want a second DS to back it up. Accordingly I recently installed fedora-ds-1.0.4.1.FC5.x86_64.opt.rpm on RH Enterprise Server 5.1.

For RHEL 5, use Fedora DS 1.0.4 for Fedora Core 6, not FC5.

I haven’t gotten much further than running ./setup/setup on the new system.

Having finished the basic install, I’m now trying to figure out what to do, and have a few questions. J

I was thrilled to find it show up under the admin page on the 7.1 system.

So, when you ran setup/setup, you told it to use your existing 7.1 configuration DS?

However, when I click on the new server’s Server Group/Directory Server under the admin’s Servers and Applications Tab, I get a window entitled: Class Loading Error: “Failed to install a local copy of fedora-ds-1.0.jar or one of its supporting files: error result [OK]”

So…

1. It is too much to expect to administer the 1.0.4.1 system from the 7.1? If not, what do I need to do to make it work?

That might be too much - but you should be able to administer your 7.1 system from 1.0.4.

2. When I try to start-admin on 1.0.4.1, I get the error:

Httpd.worker: Could not open configuration file /opt/fedora-ds/admin-serv/conf/httpd.conf: No such file or directory

Sure enough, it’s not there. Did I miss an install step or howto? Where can I get an example to hack up for my system? I’m using /usr/sbin/httpd.worker , which came with RHES 5.1

I'm not sure. This may be a result of using the FC5 rpm instead of the FC6 rpm.

3. Also, can someone point me to a howto on setting up 1.0.4.1 to mirror what the 7.1 system does? I suppose I have to either drop an ldif on the older system and load it on the new, and/or set up some kind of multi-master or … ? Ideally, I would like to add/delete a user in one system and have the other reflect that change within a reasonable time interval.

Just setup multi-master replication between the two systems.

Thanks,

Ken.

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