Page created: 6 Nov 2019 |
Page updated: 25 Mar 2020
The dsreplication enable subcommand is used to set up replication. The enable subcommand carries out the following functions:
- If it does not already exist, the global administrator user is created. The global administrator user has all the rights and privileges to update replication-related configuration objects. Most dsreplication subcommands require the global administrator.
- The server instances are registered in the cn=topology,cn=config tree. The
registration includes basic host name, port information as well as the public key used
during the replication authentication process.
In case both servers are already participating in replication, the cn=topology,cn=config is merged to retain the server information from existing topologies.
- The embedded replication server is enabled. Servers already in replication will see their replication server configuration updated with the information of the new replication server.
- A replication domain is created for the requested base DNs. In case the first base DN is enabled, the replication domains for two additional base DNs are also enabled: cn=topology,cn=config and cn=schema.
- Initialization for the cn=topology,cn=config base DN is executed. This will ensure that cn=topology,cn=config is uniform across the replication topology.
- Initialization for the cn=schema base DN is executed. This will ensure that a uniform schema is present in the replication topology.
- Initialization must be performed for the enabled base DNs.