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Re: ldapadd question
Found the problem, its between my ears. The replica line removal would have worked
but the user account I was running the script under didn't have all of the
authorities necessary. Strange error message, but garbage in garbage out I
Thanks again - Tod
Randy Kunkee wrote:
> > Thanks for the response.
> > Gave that a shot now I'm getting "LDAP host/port does not match replica:
> > lines" message. As I remember this is why I had the replica lines in the
> > first place because Openldap was complaining when they weren't there. I took
> > a look at my Netscape slapd.conf and don't have any replication lines in
> > there. Any ideas ?
> > Thanks - Tod
> > > Get rid of the replica and time lines. You can also generate a single
> > > file, and pass it to ldapmodify, as it will handle deletes, adds, and
> > > updates. This will simplify your file generation and make your tool
> > > standard such that Netscape Directory Server should take it.
> > >
> > > Randy
> Well, you can use ldapmodify -F -- that will make it ignore the replica
> lines if they are there, but ldapmodify certainly does not require them.
> It's the input to ldapmodify that matters, not what's in slapd.conf.
> That's where the replica lines are that you need to get rid of.
> You *are* using ldapmodify, and not slurpd (in one-shot mode), right?