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Fw: First level entries in the ldap database
I sent this a couple of days ago to no avail. Here goes again. Could
somebody please help me?
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon Martin" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2000 8:46 AM
Subject: First level entries in the ldap database
> Hi all,
> First comes the current situation, and then the question.
> I originally built my LDAP database on UMich 3.3, and about 6 months ago I
> migrated to OpenLDAP 1.2.8. Everything worked ok, except for searches at
> base of the tree, i.e. ldapsearch c=* gives no results. I completely
> this for the past 6 months, until yesterday when I decided to try to get
> the bottom of it. I killed the daemon, cleared the database (ldif2ldbm -i
> empty-file), turned schemacheck on and restarted the daemon in debug mode
> (openldap -d 255).
> I built the file entry.ldif with the following entry:
> When I tried to add this entry with ldapadd -f entry.ldif, ldapadd failed
> with the message "ldap_add: No such object". Checking the output from the
> daemon, I found the message "parent does not exist". I then tried the
> following file:
> This works, but I have the dummy entry world here. If I do ldapsearch c=*
> get the entry or chile. If I do ldapsearch -s one c=*, of course it
> nothing because the base entry is world. Unfortunately this is the search
> the web500gw does.
> How do I make the first level entries in the database be the country list?
> __ _ Debian GNU User
> / /(_)_ __ _ ___ __ Simon Martin
> / / | | '_ \| | | \ \/ / Project Manager
> / /__| | | | | |_| |> < Isys
> \____/_|_| |_|\__,_/_/\_\ mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Chaos reigns within.
> Reflect, repent, and reboot.
> Order shall return.