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Re: Disabling schema checking in slapadd

At 10:48 AM 1/8/2006, Luke Howard wrote:

>>>But would prefer not to change structural object class so that
>>>tombstones can be reanimated...
>>How do you reanimate if you deleted many of the attributes?
>That is a good question. I guess the answer is, for some object
>classes, many attributes are not deleted (this is defined in
>the schema).
>>>Or are you suggesting make tombstone a special-cased auxiliary
>>>class handled by slapd?
>>No.  I was thinking that tombstones could be implemented
>>much the way glue objects are implemented.
>That makes sense.
>>I note I don't have much problem with adding a no-schemachecking
>>option to slapadd, as this might also be useful in reloading
>>of partial (especially fractional) replicas from their slapcat
>OK. Any preference for which command line flag?

Looking at doc/devel/toolargs, preferring a flag in
partial use (e.g., as opposed to not in use by any
command, like -S), I would suggest -s?