Replication fails with the error "Consumer failed to replay change (uniqueid xx, CSN xx): Server is unwilling to perform (53). Will retry later "

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Issue

  • What should be the best practice for password policies in RHDS replication scenerio?
  • It started when we enable fine-grained password policy on the directory server.
  • Replication is loggins below logs in /var/log/dirsrv/slapd-example/errors.
[04/Mar/2012:13:27:18 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=test-replication" (ldap56:389): Consumer failed to replay change (uniqueid b0461981-662611e1-bd268601-f3e9af2f, CSN 4f53b400000000010000): DSA is unwilling to perform. Will retry later.
  • Why I am getting error like below when configuring fractional replication with account policy attributes excluded?
[04/Mar/2012:13:33:05 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=test-replication" (ldap56:389): Failed to send modify operation: LDAP error 89 (Bad parameter to an ldap routine)
[04/Mar/2012:13:33:05 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=test-replication" (ldap56:389): Failed to send update operation to consumer (uniqueid b0461981-662611e1-bd268601-f3e9af2f, CSN 4f53b400000000010000): Timed out. Will retry later.
[04/Mar/2012:13:33:11 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=test-replication" (ldap56:389): Failed to send modify operation: LDAP error 89 (Bad parameter to an ldap routine)

Following errors are seen in the master error logs during the replication process.

NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=host-636" (host:636): Consumer failed to replay change (uniqueid xx, CSN xx): Server is unwilling to perform (53). Will retry later.

Following error seen in Replica access logs during the replication process.

conn=4670 op=13453 RESULT err=53 tag=103 nentries=0 etime=0

Environment

  • Red Hat Directory Server (All versions)
  • Multi Master Replication
  • Single Master Replication
  • Account Policies are configured to lock users on un-succesfull logins.

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