Couldn't a directory assistance database be used for this purpose?


Sincerely,

Steven C. Pitcher
Enterprise Servers and Applications Analyst
Minas Basin Pulp & Power Co. Ltd.
Office: (902) 684-1201
Mobile: (902) 670-5302
E-mail: spitcher@xxxxxxxxxxx




From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
To: domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 02/17/2011 03:49 PM
Subject: Quickr, user directory
Sent by: domino400-bounces+spitcher=minas.ns.ca@xxxxxxxxxxxx



We have domino servers called LDAP01, LDAP02, LDAP03. They are each on
different lpars running IBM i. Each lpar is on a different physical power

6 box. They, obviously, serve up ldap. My Domino quickr server (XQP02),
Site Administration, only allows me to enter one ldap entry. How do I get

it to roll over to LDAP02 when LDAP01 is out of service?

We tried DNS round robin years ago. That's no good. Just because I can
ping LDAP01 doesn't mean that the Domino server LDAP01 is even running.
All it means is that the OS on that lpar can return a ping. DNS round
robin isn't robust enough to check to see if ldap is being served from
that address.


Rob Berendt

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