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Re: problem in clearing ldap cache
Neelam Salaria wrote:
delete /var/lib/ldap, start the ldap server, and use ldapadd to put in
the new data.
I had an earlier implementaion of ldap on linux redhat 7.0 server
Now I have upgraded to linux 7.2 and upgraded the openldap to openldap-2.0.21-1
I would like to change the entire database , even after deleting the dir /var/lib/ldap that contains the data base ( I have an ldbm data base) and even commenting the dn entries in the ldap file the ldap search still returns all the entries,
In this if I want to add any entry it says entry already exists but from any windows OE or Outlook cleint if I try the same search it says no such entry on the server.
can anyone tell me how to empty the ldap cache?
delete above dir.
I want to put the entire database afresh
Even after rebooting the server, ldapsearch still returns all the entries.
follow steps as above.
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