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OID 12c Search Results Against OID Servers Are Different From Each Node In Two-Node Cluster (Doc ID 2354955.1)

Last updated on MAY 01, 2024

Applies to:

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


Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 12c

Two Node OID Cluster, for example:
<OID_HOSTNAME1> - IP address <IP_ADDRESS1> with oid1 instance port <PORT>
<OID_HOSTNAME2> - IP address <IP_ADDRESS2> with oid2 instance port <PORT>

Search results from OID are different from each node in a two-node cluster.

Or ldapsearch returns new and old values intermittently

Steps to Reproduce
Create a group in OID using <OID_HOSTNAME1> and add a uniquemember to it.

Using ldapsearch against <OID_HOSTNAME1> oid1 instance, the group and uniquemember are returned:






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