The following procedure uses the
resync tool to populate an empty Sync
Destination topology for small datasets. For large deployments, use the
In this example, assume that the Sync Destination topology has only the base entry
dc=example,dc=com) and the
cn=Sync User entry.
Perform the following steps to populate an empty Sync Destination:
resynccommand with the log file path and with the log level
debug. Logging is located in
$ bin/resync --pipe-name sun-to-ds-sync-pipe \ --numPasses 1 \ --logLevel debug
logs/resync-failed-DNs.logfile in a text editor to locate the error and fix it. An entry cannot be created because the parent entry does not exist.
# Entry '(see below)' was dropped because there was a failure at the resource: Failed to create entry uid=mlott,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com. Cause: LDAPException(resultCode=no such object, errorMessage='Entry uid=user.38,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com cannot be added because its parent entry ou=People,dc=example,dc=com does not exist in the server', matchedDN='dc=example,dc=com') (id=1893859385ResourceOperationFailedException.java:126 Build revision=4881) dn: uid=user.38,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com
resynccommand. The command creates the entries in the Sync Destination topology that are present in the Sync Source topology.
$ bin/resync --pipe-name sun-to-ds-sync-pipe
...(output from each pass)... Status after completing all passes[20/Mar/2016:14:23:33 -0500] ----------------------------- Source entries retrieved 160 Entries in-sync 156 Entries created 4 Duration (seconds) 11 Resync completed in 12 s. 156 entries were in-sync, 0 entries were modified, 4 entries were created, 0 entries are still out-of-sync, 0 entries are still missing, and 0 entries could not be processed due to an errorNote:
If importing a large amount of data into a PingData PingDirectory Server, run
import-ldifon the newly populated backend for most efficient disk space use. If needed, run
dsreplication initializeto propagate the efficient layout to additional replicas.