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Re: (ITS#3757) Schema download for 2nd db not possible
Please use ldapsearch(1) to see if entries of both databases
contain the same 'subschemaSubentry' value. The test should
be done as rootdn (which may be different for different databases)
to bypass any access controls, and should explicitly request the
return of the 'subschemaSubentry' attribute (it's operational).
At 01:47 AM 6/3/2005, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Full_Name: Sven Goldt
>OS: Linux Debian
>Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
>If you add a second database with a different suffix (base DN) then slapd will
>not reveal the schema for the second database (which is of course the same as
>the first database).
>Any ldap editor can't retrieve the necessary informations to create new entries
>if it relies on the schema from the ldap server.
>If you only activate one DB (no matter which of the two DBs) then the schema