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This draft is a work item of the LDAP Duplication/Replication/Update Protocols Working Group of the IETF.
Title : LDUP Replication Information Model
Author(s) : R. Huber, J. McMeeking, R. Moats
Filename : draft-ietf-ldup-infomod-07.txt
Pages : 32
Date : 2003-7-1
[LDUP Model] describes the architectural approach to replication of
LDAP directory contents. This document describes the information
model and schema elements which support LDAP Replication Services
which conform to [LDUP Model].
Directory schema is extended to provide object classes, subentries,
and attributes to describe areas of the namespace which are under
common administrative authority, units of replication (ie, subtrees,
or partitions of the namespace, which are replicated), servers which
hold replicas of various types for the various partitions of the
namespace, which namespaces are held on given servers, and the
progress of various namespace management and replication operations.
Among other things, this knowledge of where directory content is
located will provide the basis for dynamic generation of LDAP
referrals for clients who can follow them.
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