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OUD - How to Configure a Dedicated Replication Server and a Dedicated Directory Server (with no Default Replication Server Configured) (Doc ID 2425843.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2021

Applies to:

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

Goal

 Configure Dedicated Replication Servers and Dedicated Directory Servers on Two Different Hosts

Example in this Doc: Two Hosts - Each With a Dedicated Directory Server (No Default Replication Server) and a Dedicated Replication Server 
- Replication enabled on OUD Instance configured with no replication server (Instance #1) and adding a newly created Dedicated Replication Server (Instance #2)
- Replication enabled with the Instance #1 (configured with no replication server) and adding a new replica (Instance #3) with no replication server
- Add a Second Dedicated Replication Server (Instance #4)

Additional Example:
Adding a Dedicated Replication Server on Another Host -
OUD - How To Create and Configure a Dedicated Replication Server / Adding a Dedicated Replication Server Residing on Another Host (Doc ID 2408274.1)

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Steps to Configure Dedicated Replication Servers in a Replication Topology

 Differences between Dedicated Directory Servers and Dedicated Replication Servers
 
No External Change Log (ECL) for Dedicated Directory Servers and Dedicated Replication Servers
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