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acing delay in the sync between the servers in same tree

I have 5 edirectory servers in the same tree .

3 Servers with edirectory version eDirectory for Linux x86_64 v8.8 SP7 [DS] and IDM 3.6
2 servers with edirectory version eDirectory for Linux x86_64 v8.8 SP8 [DS] and IDM 4.5

The issue is that now we are facing delay in the sync between the server . If i am updating some values in one server . It is taking 20 to 30 minutes to get updated on other servers.

We are facing this issue in our production environment . We need immediate assistance
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Re: acing delay in the sync between the servers in same tree

On 11/17/2016 03:36 AM, CAPVCC SUPPORT wrote:
>
> I have 5 edirectory servers in the same tree .
>
> 3 Servers with edirectory version eDirectory for Linux x86_64 v8.8 SP7
> [DS] and IDM 3.6
> 2 servers with edirectory version eDirectory for Linux x86_64 v8.8 SP8
> [DS] and IDM 4.5
>
> The issue is that now we are facing delay in the sync between the
> server . If i am updating some values in one server . It is taking 20 to
> 30 minutes to get updated on other servers.


Depending on the attributes in question, replication may not happen
immediately. In order to understand this issue better, we'll need more
details of what changes you are making, how, to which system, and how you
are watching replication eventually take place. Usually iMonitor is a
good way to watch changes replicate as it lets you see change cache,
last-updated timestamps down to an attribute value level, and understands
per-replica things (where other tools may just find a replica and not tell
you which one is found). Testing with other attributes designed to
synchronize immediately (like passwords) may also be interesting, assuming
hose are not already the ones you are using. Understanding if this is a
new symptom or something that has gone on for years would be useful, as
would understanding how the network is setup, for example if you have some
systems in a DMZ or other network which cannot reach out to other servers
directly, interfering with replication.

> We are facing this issue in our production environment . We need
> immediate assistance


If you need immediate assistance then you should probably open a Service
Request (SR) with NetIQ/Micro Focus as they have SLAs to help guarantee
some level of response, where the forums are not officially monitored at all.

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Good luck.

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