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ldapadd(1) may error:
  adding new entry "uid=XXX,ou=People,o=campus,c=ru"
  ldap_add: Internal (implementation specific) error (80)
     additional info: no structuralObjectClass operational attribute
when slapd(8) cannot determine, based upon the contents of the objectClass attribute, what the structural class of the object should be.

While this normally should produce an object class violation error, some versions of slapd(8) contain a minor bug which cause the object class error not to be properly detected. In these versions, slapd(8) instead catches its failure to populate the structuralObjectClass operational attribute (hence the internal error).

See also: (Xref) ldap add: invalid structural object class chain
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