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How to Fix Replication Which Is Failing Between Two OUD Masters (Doc ID 1583998.1)

Last updated on MAY 17, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


1. Problem Description

Two masters for the suffix dc=example,dc=com are setup with Multi-Master Replication (MMR). One master is missing about 100 users entries after an ldapsync reconciliation launched from OIM.


The command dsreplication status provides the following information:

dc=example,dc=com - Replication Enabled
Server : Entries : M.C. [1] : A.O.M.C. [2] : Port [3] : Encryption [4] : Trust [5] : U.C. [6] : Status [7] : ChangeLog [8] : Group ID [9] : Connected To [10]
----------------------------------:---------:----------:--------------:----------:----------------:-----------:----------:------------:---------------:--------------:------------------------------- : 13209 : 0 : N/A : 8989 : Disabled : Trusted : N/A : Normal : Enabled : 1 : : 13310 : 0 : N/A : 8989 : Disabled : Trusted : N/A : Normal : Enabled : 1 :

[1] The number of changes that are still missing on this server (and that have been applied to at least one other server).
[2] Age of oldest missing change: the age (in seconds) of the oldest change that has not yet arrived on this server.
[3] The port used to communicate between the servers whose contents are being replicated.
[4] Whether the replication communication through the replication port is encrypted or not.
[5] Whether this directory server is trusted or not. Updates coming from an untrusted server are discarded and not propagated.
[6] The number of untrusted changes. These are changes generated on this server while it is untrusted.
  Those changes are not propagated to the rest of the topology but are effective on the untrusted server.
[7] The status of the replication domain on this directory server.
[8] Whether the external change log is enabled or not for the base DN on this server.
[9] The ID of the replication group to which the server belongs.
[10] The replication server this directory server is connected to.



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