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Re: slapadd shows wrong error message on non-readable ldif file (ITS#4044)

>> On Tue, Sep 27, 2005 at 02:25:30PM +0000, Howard Chu wrote:
>>> The error message is correct. See the slapadd(1) manpage, the "-f"
>>> option is for
>>> specifying a config file, and you have specified an invalid config
>>> file.
>>> You
>>> want the "-l" option for specifying an LDIF input file. As there is no
>>> software
>>> bug here, this ITS will be closed.
>> Yes, I understand the invocation error.  But compare the error message
>> with the one given by -l on an unreadable file: that one _does_ tell
>> me the file is unreadable.  There is still an erroneous error message
>> in the -f case.
> With HEAD code (where LDAP_DEVEL is enabled, implying
> SLAPD_CONF_UNKNOWN_BAILOUT is enabled as well), invoking slaptools with an
> invalid config file results in
> ando@ando:> slapadd -f data/test-ordered.ldif
> slapadd: bad configuration file!

This is still not an adequate message when the file is read-only and
slappadd cannot tell anything about its contents.

Best regards,