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Re: Migrating from 1.2 to 2.0.12?
> Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
> > > Hi Folks!
> > >
> > > I want to migrate from openldap 1.2 to 2.0.12.
> > > How can I convert / migrate my data?
> > >
> > > I tried to export my data as LDIF (ldbmcat) and re-import it with
> > > slapadd. Did not
> > > work with the following error message:
> > > slapadd: str2entry: invalid value for syntax 184.108.40.206.4.1.14220.127.116.11.15
> > You need to manually edit the offending attribute values to make
> > them comply with the appropriate syntax. Check the schema files
> > (or directly the appropriate rfc, 2252 and related) to determine
> > what bytes do not comply.
> slapadd complains that the error is in line 1665. As far as I know
> lines starting with a blank are continued lines.
> so I wrote a script that concatenates these lines. line 1665 is now:
> nsliversion: 1
I'll check again; however I thik the line count is intended _BEFORE_ wrapping
> This line occurs about 500 times in my LDIF data file. slapadd does
> not complain about this line earlier in my LDIF file.
> So what did I do wrong when counting the lines?
> Another question: Is the order of the nodes being inserted relevant? I
> mean, if I insert a node referring to an node not being inserted yet
> (with an "owner"-attribute), does this work with slapadd?
> ldapadd would complain, no question, but how is this with slapadd?
> Does slapadd do a integritycheck on the data? (I guess not, but don't
> know exactly)
Again, I'll check, but I think it is not. slapadd basically checks for
syntax, not for tree consistency.