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Re: Newbie LDIF question
On Wed, 2004-07-28 at 02:24, email@example.com wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am new to openldap. I was adding the dcObject entries with:
> slapadd -v -l root.ldif
> my root.ldif lookeed like this:
> dn: dc=iitb,dc=ac,dc=in
> dc: iitb
> objectClass: dcObject
> objectClass: organizationalUnit
> ou: IITB dot ac dot in
> Do i need a seprate entry first for dc=ac ?
Yes (and no). Not for dc=ac, but for dc=ac,dc=in (assuming your domain
name is ac.in)
> Now when I restart my slapd. I get a couple of warnings that say:
> /var/lib/ldap/ou.bdb is not owned by "ldap" [WARNING]
> /var/lib/ldap/objectClass.bdb is not owned by "ldap" [WARNING]
> Are they because I ran slapadd as root ? Should I change back the
> owenership of these files to user 'ldap' ?
Yes. As a personal practice, I try to use the ldap commands instead of
the slap commands. Both work, but by using ldap, files will be created
with correct read/write permissions and ldap commands tend to error out
on stuff that slap will push through.