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OUD - Configuring and Using a Replication Server (Doc ID 1375898.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 26, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 11.1.1.5.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 02-08-2013***

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to show how to configure and use a replication server in a Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) topology deployment where multiple Directory Server instances share a replication server (with two replication servers configured in the topology).

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Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 I) Example of the following topology deployment
 1.1) Directory Server #1/Directory Server #2 Standalone servers created with oud-setup
 1.2) Replication between Directory Server #1 and Directory Server #2
 1.3) Directory Server #3 Standalone server created with oud-setup
 1.4) Replication between Directory Server #3 and Directory Server #1
 1.5) Directory Server #4 Standalone server created with oud-setup
 1.6) Replication configured between Directory Server #4 and Directory Server #2
 1.7) Directory Server #5 Standalone server created with oud-setup
 1.8) Replication configured between Directory Server #5 and Directory Server #2
 II) Configuration
 2.1) Directory Server (DS) instances created with oud-setup
 2.2) Replication Configuration
 2.3) Creation of Directory Server #3
 2.4) Enable replication between Directory Server #3 (using Replication server <RS1>) and Directory Server #1
 2.5) Creation of Directory Server #4
 2.6) Enable Replication between Directory Server #4 ( using Replication Server <RS2>) and Directory Server #2
 2.7)  Creation of Directory Server #5
 2.8) Enabling replication between Directory Server #5 (using Replication Server <RS2_PORT>) and Directory Server #2
 III) Topology replication initialization
 3.1) Replication Topology initialization
 3.2) Replication status
 3.3) How to check if a server is also configured as a replication server
 3.3.1) ODSM server display:
 3.3.2) Using replication status output
 IV) Replication Server, Single point of failure
 4.1) Stopping Directory Server #2
 4.2) Checking replication topology status
 4.3) Modification on one the of the servers
 4.4) Replication topology impact of 1 server being down

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