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Re: ldif2ldbm in ver 2 series?

> Hi everyone,
> I've only just started using openldap and when I had problems getting a
> database up I came across a posting that used a script to stop the daemon
> delete the database, and then recreate it using ldif2ldbm.
> I tried this on a Redhat 7.2 install using the servers rpm that came wtih
> the distro, but failed.  Why?  ldif2ldbm was missing.
> Is this a stand along executable or is it a script.  I tried hitting google
> and the mailing list archive to find further refrence to this program, but
> found none.  I guess my question is, is ldif2ldbm missing or not?
> I got the server up in the end using the same text file I created for
> ldif2ldbm by using ldapadd.

If the distribution comes with OpenLDAP 2.0 there's no longer ldif2ldbm.
Strictly speaking, it's beed repleaced by slapadd, which turns ldif
into a format compatible with the database you're using.