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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 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Before OUD 11gR2PS3 (, 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

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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