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"Kurt D. Zeilenga" wrote:
> This question is more appropriate for the OpenLDAP-software list.
> Please redirect further discussions there.
> To do a backup of an LDAP server, take the server down and
> dump the filesystem or use ldbmcat to generate an LDIF
> representation of each database.
Hmm. But I can't stop server :((
> You should not attempt to backup the server while it is
> as the quality of the backup cannot be guaranteed.
All 3 times of database crach was when I restart server.
How can I backup something if after server stop database
is corrupted? :(
> At 03:05 PM 1/18/00 +0400, Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
> >How I can backup my ldap database?
> >I used openldap 1.2.7 and lost my database 2 times-
> >after rebooting server, so I get data from replication.
> >Today I reboot replication server and get database on it corrupted.
> >I copy database from main server, but without success,
> >me be because I don't stop server.
> >So I do ldif export with gq and now both servers work
> >and I upgrade to 1.2.8.
> >Question is how to backup ldap database -
> >looks like simple copy is not enough :(
> >Dmitry Melekhov
> Kurt D. Zeilenga <email@example.com>
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