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Re: slapcat vs. ldapsearch
Have you tried following the Quick Start Guide?
At 04:03 PM 1/13/2005, Tim Nelson wrote:
>On Thu, 13 Jan 2005, Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
>>Tim Nelson writes:
>>>On Thu, 13 Jan 2005, Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
>>>>-b '' -s base asked ldapsearch to show you the special object with name
>>>>'', and ldapsearch did so. Use -b 'cn=sync,ou=Rpc,dc=webalive,dc=biz'
>>> I'm afraid it doesn't.
>>># ldapsearch -x -LLL -b 'cn=sync,ou=Rpc,dc=webalive,dc=biz' -D 'cn=sync,ou=Rpc,dc=webalive,dc=biz'
>>>No such object (32)
>>Didn't it say 'Matched DN: some DN' after that?
> Afraid it didn't :(.
>>You could try
>> ldapsearch -x -LLL -b 'your suffix from slapd.conf, or the matched DN'
>> -s sub "(&)" 1.1
>>to see which objects are present.
> No such object again.
>>Still, I can't think of much else than a corrupted database, which would
>>need to be rebuilt with slapadd. (You could use the data from slapcat,
>>but of course that might be corrupted...)
> I built it with the migration scripts. To rebuild it, do I just do "slapcat | slapadd" or something?
>>Well, or ldap.conf could point at the wrong ldap server, if you have
>>another server where the bind DN also exists. If so, '-h servername'
> It's pointing at localhost, which is correct :).
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