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OUD - How to Get Replication Status Information for Internal Suffixes (Doc ID 2027883.1)

Last updated on MAY 17, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 11.1.2.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Before OUD 11gR2PS3 (11.1.2.3.0), the command "dsreplication status" used to return information for all suffixes including the internal ones.

A non-exhaustive list of OUD internal suffixes is below:
* cn=virtual acis
* cn=schema
* cn=admin data
* cn=OracleContext
* suffixes used for integration with other Oracle products.


As of OUD 11gR2PS3, the command "dsreplication status" without specific option(s) will not display data for internal suffixes.

For instance:

$ ./dsreplication status -X


>>>> Specify Oracle Unified Directory LDAP connection parameters

Directory server host name or IP address [<HOST>]:

Directory server administration port number [50444]:

Global Administrator User ID, or bind DN if no Global Administrator is defined
[admin]:

Password for user 'admin':

Establishing connections ..... Done.


dc=example,dc=com - Replication Enabled
=======================================

Server : Entries : M.C. [1] : A.O.M.C. [2] : Port [3] : Status [4] : Conflicts [5]
------------------------------:---------:----------:--------------:----------:------------:--------------
<HOST>:50444 : 2002 : 0 : N/A : 51989 : Normal : 0
<HOST>:51444 : 2002 : 0 : N/A : 50989 : Normal : 0

...
$
 

 

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