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Your slapd processes are still running. It is a pity you've possibly destroyed your
configs. Do the following:
# ps -ef | grep slapd
# ps ax |grep slapd
and kill the slapd process(es). You then should search for slapd.conf by doing
a `find / -name slapd.conf -print'. If it was *not* in /usr/local/openldap, you are
lucky: have a look at the content and find the "directory" lines. These contain the
databases which also need removing.
On Fri, 24 Nov 2000, Celine Murphy wrote:
> okay I've done that. but I can still access the old data from my machine
> using jndi.
> Thomas Bendler wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Don, 23 Nov 2000, Celine Murphy sent incredible lines:
> > > I need to uninstall ldap but there doesn't seem to be any info on the
> > > subject. Any hints?
> > Become root:
> > rm -rf /usr/local/openldap/
> > Regards Thomas Bendler
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