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Re: Querying Directory entries
The format must have been ok, since it worked with
ldapmodify, but I probably missed to stop the slapd. In
what way can that effect ldif2ldbm, Nobody else were
running against the LDAP server at that time...
Quoting Doug Nazar <email@example.com>:
> On 26 May, Urban Lindberg wrote:
> > Hi
> > I tried to use ldbmcat to get an ldif file, runned
> > ldif file through some script, changing som
> > and then tried to use ldif2ldbm, to put everything
> > It behaved very strange, some entries was added
> > succesfully but not all?
> > Do You have any experience of this. I solved my
> > by instead using ldapmodify. And that was probably a
> > more correct way, anyway:)
> Yes, I have done this several times. First, did you
shut down slapd
> before running ldbmcat and ldif2ldbm? Second, are you
sure that the
> ldif file was in a valid format?
> If the server was still running, than ldapmodify is
> correct answer.
> Doug Nazar
> Dragon Computer Consultants Inc.
> Tel: (416) 708-1578 Fax: (416) 708-8081