About rootDSE again
By Sylvain Duloutre-Oracle on Nov 21, 2008
By default, DPS manages the rootDSE itself so that (in a virtual context) it reflects all the naming contexts and capabilities exposed by the proxy.
Here is one way to have access to the rootDSEs in question:
- the rootDSE DS content is exposed through a data view dedicated to ds monitoring. This dataview view base is choosen to not conflict with any suffix used by client applications, for instance "o=ds status". This data view is associated with a pool containing every directory server. Dn renaming is used to map o=ds status onto rootDSE ("").
Pros: it is possible to expose this data view to monitoring info only via a connection handler; monitoring traffic is not impact by regular client traffic (unless apps are aware of the special suffix!), so it is easy to get the status from N servers with N searches.
Cons: monitoring app must be changed to search for "o=ds status" instead of rootDSE and proxy configuration need to be changed.
Note: please ask Sun support for fix 6767776 if you choose the option above.