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What is the trigger that the Primary Server is set to read-only mode in a Multiple Replication Server Environment of ODSEE11g? (Doc ID 2328581.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2021

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Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition - Version and later
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The ODSEE 11g documentation has the following description about "Restoring a Primary Server in a Multi-Master Scenario"

Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11g Release 1 (
Part Number E28972-01
7.4.5  Restoring a Master in a Multi-Master Scenario

In the case of multi-master replication, other masters may process change operations while a given master is being restored. Therefore, when restoration is complete, the new master must also receive new updates that were not included in the restore data. Because restoring a master might take a significant amount of time, the number of pending updates might also be significant.

To allow convergence of these pending updates, newly restored masters are automatically set to read-only mode for client operations after restoration. This is true only when restoring a master by importing data from an LDIF file at the command line, or by using a backup to perform a binary copy.


What is the trigger that the Primary Server is set to read-only mode in this type of environment?


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