• Run dsreplication to enable replication between two servers with entry balancing.
    • You can run the command in non-interactive mode as follows:
      $ bin/dsreplication enable --host1 host1.example.com \ 
        --port1 1389 --bindDN1 "cn=Directory Manager" \ 
        --bindPassword1 secret --replicationPort1 8989 \ 
        --host2 host2.example.com --port2 2389 \
        --bindDN2 "cn=Directory Manager" --bindPassword2 secret \ 
        --replicationPort2 8989 --baseDN dc=example,dc=com \ 
        --baseDN ou=people,dc=example,dc=com \ 
        --restricted ou=people,dc=example,dc=com    
    • Alternatively, you can enable replication using the interactive command line, making sure to specify that an entry balancing is being used and specifying the base DN of the entry-balancing point. After entering dsreplication and entering the LDAP connection parameters, follow the prompts presented.
      You must choose at least one base DN to be replicated. 
      Replicate base DN dc=example,dc=com? (yes / no) [yes]: yes
      Replicate base DN ou=people,dc=example,dc=com? (yes / no) [yes]: yes    
      Do you plan to configure entry balancing using the Directory Proxy Server? (yes / no) [no]: yes
      Is dc=example,dc=com an entry-balancing point? (yes / no) [no]: no
      Is ou=people,dc=example,dc=com an entry-balancing point? (yes / no) [no]: yes