[OPENDJ-452] Manual add of new schema objectclass in 99-user.ldif are not replicated Created: 13/Mar/12 Updated: 08/Nov/19 Resolved: 21/Nov/16
|Fix Version/s:||3.0.0, 2.8.0, 2.6.2|
|Reporter:||Gary Williams||Assignee:||Chris Ridd|
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In OpenDJ 2.5.0 it looks like manually adding schema objects are not replicated.
How to reproduce,install and setup 2 servers (M1 and M2) and enable/initialize replication between them.
Afterwards check 99-user.ldif on M2
Would expect to see the new objectclass in 99-user.ldif.
This works OK in OpenDJ 2.4.5.
|Comment by Matthew Swift [ 28/Jun/13 ]|
Confirmed. Furthermore, the new objectClass does not appear in any schema files including the concatenated schema. However it is still accessible using an LDAP search, even after restarting the second replica:
In the above example, I added two objectClasses during separate restarts. From looking at the access logs I can see the schema updates being replayed each time the replica restarts. Note that the ds-sync-state is persisted and reflects the missing updates. Very strange.
|Comment by Ondrej Fuchsik [ 06/Oct/14 ]|
I have set up two instances of OpenDJ 2.6.2 with enabled replication.
|Comment by Quentin CASTEL [X] (Inactive) [ 20/Nov/16 ]|
modification of the status, in order to migrate the 'Zendesk ID' field to 'Support Ticket ID' field.