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RE: 2.1 upgrade issue

> Probably because what you call your root object doesn't exist. Have you
> checked your original LDIF to see that it was actually there?

This was the problem.  v2.1 must be much more strict with its schema
requirements, as before,

objectClass: top

was sufficient, whereaas 2.1 complains about a lack of structural
objectclass.  So I created a dummy LDIF of:

dn: dc=ivy,dc=tec,dc=in,dc=us
objectClass: dcObject
objectClass: organization
o: Ivy Tech State College
dc: ivy

Searches from that base now work.

> Did you configure with --enable-crypt? Are you building with OpenSSL? If
> so, have you patched your OpenSSL library so that it doesn't interfere
> with normal crypt() behavior? <
> http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/185.html Note about OpenSSL and
> crypt() >

Yep, --enable-crypt fixed this issue as well.  It must've been enabled by
default in 2.0.x.



John Madden
UNIX Systems Engineer
Ivy Tech State College