After Adding New Node(s) to Existing OID 11g HA Cluster, Data Changed/Modified on Any of the Old OID Hosts is Not Reflected / Showing / Displayed in the New OID Host(s) Until It Is Restarted
Last updated on MARCH 14, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Internet Directory - Version 11.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Added new Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 11g node(s) to an existing High Availability (HA) cluster using Installer option to use existing OID Database (DB) and extend the domain.
Then uninstalled and reinstalled once, using documented procedures.
Data added, modified or deleted, in the existing nodes are not visible in the new node(s) until it is restarted.
For example, after updating an attribute on the old/original instances of the cluster, the change does not show up in the new instance(s):
Restart the new OID instance after every change, or so many changes.
Installed new servers to a cluster, then uninstalled and reinstalled again one more time.
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