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Old 03-27-2012, 02:06 PM
Reinhard Nappert
 
Default Enabling replication with changelog max age

Hi all,

*
I have a couple of
question regarding the nsslapd-changelogmaxage attribute:
*
This attribute sets
the maximum age that entries are kept *in the changelog. Documentation says
that a change of the value requires a server restart.
*
1. Do I have to
restart the server, when I enable replication, where I set a value (let's say
"30d") during the enabling process - in ldap terms, I include
nssslapd-changelogmaxage: 30d as an attribute, when the entry cn=changelog5,
cn=config gets added?
*
2. What happens if
I* have a changelog (previsously set to unlimited age) and I set the value
to 30d. Does it remove every entry older than 30 days, after the restart. It
looks to me that the size of the database did not change, because I did not gain
any diskspace after I restarted the server.
*
Thanks,
-Reinhard
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Old 03-27-2012, 02:07 PM
Rich Megginson
 
Default Enabling replication with changelog max age

On 03/27/2012 08:06 AM, Reinhard Nappert wrote:



Hi
all,
*
I
have a couple of question regarding the
nsslapd-changelogmaxage attribute:
*
This
attribute sets the maximum age that entries are kept *in the
changelog. Documentation says that a change of the value
requires a server restart.
*
1.
Do I have to restart the server, when I enable replication,
where I set a value (let's say "30d") during the enabling
process - in ldap terms, I include nssslapd-changelogmaxage:
30d as an attribute, when the entry cn=changelog5, cn=config
gets added?

No.


*
2.
What happens if I* have a changelog (previsously set to
unlimited age) and I set the value to 30d. Does it remove
every entry older than 30 days, after the restart. It looks
to me that the size of the database did not change, because
I did not gain any diskspace after I restarted the server.

Not sure.* You could use the cl-dump tool to examine the changelog.


*
Thanks,
-Reinhard





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