I'm used to how NetWare did things, so:

On NetWare, I think it used to be advised, that your locator object be located "high" up in the tree.

Then your other DHCP edir objects would be located where the server object was.

In OES2 Linux, is this still the case?

Or does each OES2 DHCP server have its own locator object now?

And, if each server does have its own object, where should they be located in the edir tree? (where the server object is--we have lots of WAN locations and edir is partitioned, we don't replicate the O=ABC container to the regions).