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yea, one can use "posixAccount" instead of "account"
this seems to be valid for "person"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Marschall" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Manuel Vazquez" <email@example.com>;
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 3:40 PM
Subject: Re: migration
> On Monday 26 May 2003 15:11, Manuel Vazquez wrote:
> > thank you, installation worked.
> > Now I have to transfer the whole database from our old OpenLDAP server
> > LDBM backend to the new one with Berkeley. I started slapcat on the
> > one to save all together to an ldif file. On the new one I tried
> > but it fails with:
> > (line 27): (65) invalid structural object class chain (person/account)
> > line 27 is an empty line between two entries. I deleted all the empty
> > in my ldif file.
> > After that slapadd fails with the same error on the last line.
> Deleting the empty lines was a bad idea.
> In LDIF format the empty lines separate directory entries.
> The error message occurs on this line beause slapadd needs the whole
> entry to see if anything is wrong with the entry.
> So the affected entry is the one before the empty line.
> You can bring the empty lines back into the file if you insert one before
> every line starting with dn:
> The "invalid structural object class chain (person/account)" is a FAQ.
> It occurs because the entry contains 2 struchtural object classes that are
> in the same objectclass inheritance chain: person and account.
> This is not allowed in the LDAP data model (2.0 did not check for it, but
> To get rid of it define your own objectclass that inherits from both
> and account and add this new objectclass to all objects that have
> objectclasses person and account.
> Peter Marschall
> eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- From: "Manuel Vazquez" <email@example.com>
- Re: migration
- From: Peter Marschall <firstname.lastname@example.org>