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ldif2ldbm: man page omission of "-n" flag (ITS#59)
Full_Name: Larry Bartz
OS: Linux 2.0.35 (Redhat 5.1)
Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
Is a documentation omission a "bug"?
The manual page ldif2ldbm.8 does not mention the "-n" flag and it's
associated <databasenumber> argument.
The "-n" flag, the arg, and the appropriate behavior (as described
in UMICH's "The SLAPD and SLURPD Administrator's Guide") ARE supported
in the current implementation of OpenLDAP. It works, at least for
ldif2ldbm. I haven't tested the other ldif2* routines.
This is an important feature, which enables considerable flexibility
and scalability in implementations.
Don't lose track of the capability for ldif2ldbm (and family) and
slapd to support multiple databases.