|Applies To||ClearTrust 5.5.3.07|
Access Manager 6.x
|Issue||AXM: Explain the warning that accompanies LDAP startupfailuremode|
The LDAP parameter, "cleartrust.data.ldap.startupfailuremode", that was introduced in 188.8.131.52 came with the following note. Customer would like further explanation.
The warning was due to the current behavior whan a datastore is marked bad. When the ldap disableservertime has elapsed, we blindly re-enable the pool. As the directory may still be down, this results in a short period of attempts while operations (predictably) fail, we disable it and fail over (again). Currently issue CTSRV-3276
Disable server time is the parameter that specifies the interval to wait before attempting to use a directory server that is currently unreachable.
When the down store is finally brought back on line , it will be picked up on the next elapsed disableservertime.
|Notes||Another relevant defect related to this issue is CTSRV-2629|
|Legacy Article ID||a49590|