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Re: LDAP Server backups
I see an Replication schema where the master server replicate to a slave
server only for Backups.
When you need to backup the database, stop the master server and copy
After this, start the slave server.
You can put this slave server for Backup into the same machine you have
the master server but in other port ex: 1389
On Thu, 15 Mar 2001 12:50:39 -0600
> I am currently using the command line utility ldbmcat in order to
> generate a nightly version of my LDAP directory to an LDIF file for backup
> purposes. It is working every night but doesn't seem to dump the entire
> LDAP directory for some reason. I didn't realized this until one day I lost
> my LDAP server and need to reimport the LDIF file.
> Can anyone explain why I would get a complete dump of the LDAP
> Thanks to all,
> > -----------------------
> > Mike Mazzolini
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > 312-234-2679
> > - If you think you can or you think can't you're right!
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