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Re: ldbmcat

`ldbmcat' is from OpenLDAP 1. What you are looking for are the
`slapcat' and `slapadd' tools (perhaps in /usr/local/sbin?)

As to your second query: if the servers are identical, use above
combination. Otherwise you will have to use `ldapadd'


On Mon, 26 Feb 2001, Thomas Miskiewicz wrote:

> Hi!
> Where do I get ldbmcat from? I´ve installed the 2.0.7 openldap server
> and want to export and import some data. I the faq I´ve found I need
> the ldbmcat -n id2entry.dbb command to export a data in ldif format
> from a server, but I can find the ldbmcat tool on my machine or
> anywhere else.
> By the way, what´s the best way to import data to my ldap server
> after I made a export from another one?
> Thanks
> Thomas