You can use one of the following methods to determine the connector ID:
Determine the connector IDs of the directory sources being synchronized by looking in the central audit.log. At startup, the central logger logs the IDs of each connector and the directory source that it manages. Look for the last instance of the startup banner for the most recent information.
CNN101 is a Sun Directory Connector that manages dc=example,dc=com
[2006/03/19 00:00:00.722 -0600] INFO 16 "System Component Information: SysMgr_100 is the system manager (CORE); console is the Product Console User Interface; CNN101 is the connector that manages [dc=example,dc=com (ldap://host1.example.com:389)]; CNN100 is the connector that manages [example.com (ldaps://host2.example.com:636)];"
The connector IDs and status are also available from the idsync printstat command (see Using printstat).
A sample output of this command follows:
Connector ID: CNN100 Type: Active Directory Manages: example.com (ldaps://host2.example.com:636) State: READY Connector ID: CNN101 Type: Sun Java System Directory Manages: dc=example,dc=com (ldap://host1.example.com:389) State: READY Sun Java System Message Queue Status: Started Checking the System Manager status over the Sun Java System Message Queue. System Manager Status: Started SUCCESS