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modify ldap conn=-1
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Daniel Jung
2015-11-10 20:24:59 UTC
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Hi,

Typically conn represents external connection number? Sometimes i see
conn=-1. Does this mean this is local or sycnrepl connection modification?

thanks
Howard Chu
2015-11-10 21:01:01 UTC
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Content preview: Daniel Jung wrote: > Hi, > > Typically conn represents external
connection number? Sometimes i see conn=-1. > Does this mean this is local
or sycnrepl connection modification? It generally means an internal operation.
It might be from syncrepl; it could be for other things too. [...]

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Hi,
Typically conn represents external connection number? Sometimes i see conn=-1.
Does this mean this is local or sycnrepl connection modification?
It generally means an internal operation. It might be from syncrepl; it could
be for other things too.
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