I moved SLPDA services from an old server to two new servers. The new
servers hold a replica of the partition where the original SLPDEFAULT
objects reside. With that in mind I was under the impression the two new
SLPDAs would simply link to the original SLP objects, rather than create
new ones. That's not what happened.

I now have two SLPDEFAULT containers each with a DEFAULT scope; one in the
original location, and now an additional one in the context of the two
replacement servers...

The command I used to load slpda on the two new servers was "SLPDA /A"

Was this supposed to autoconfigure the links to existing objects, or did it
just create a new batch of SLP objects?

Maybe this is no big deal and I can simply delete the old SLP objects?