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Re: Really confusing responses (was: Re: Can't slapadd ldif file)
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Phil Dibowitz wanted us to know:
>1. I've managed to import a few entries which can be seen fine through
>slapcat. Why is it that this can be done without a password?
Because slapcat reads the files directly. In general, slap* works with
the directory files directly and ldap* communicates with the slapd
server process and asks the server process to do the work.
># ldapsearch -b 'ou=groups,dc=example,dc=com,c=US' 'objectclass=*'
>ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s: No such attribute
You have not configured SASL to work with your configuration, but since
you compiled sasl in, it uses it by default. Add a -x to your
commandline to disable sasl.
>adding new entry "dc=example,dc=com"
>ldap_add: No such object
Not sure about this. Would have to see the exact command being run, the
slapd.conf, and the ldif that it's trying to import.
>And looking at the migrate_all_online script, it seems to add all
>necessary 'parent' entries, so that shouldn't be a problem.
Yes, I would agree with that except that the error is saying something
is wrong. Not enough info to troubleshoot yet.
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