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Re: a few issues
On Monday 11 April 2005 21:27, Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
Hello Mr .Masarati
your advice was correct (going to the admin pages in openldap.org)
now I can add and search as i wish.
>> > the DN in gq is
> >> > "cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com"
> >> The DN looks fine; however, you must be sure that the attributeTypes you
> >> use in the DN are known to the server. "cn" is builtin, but "dc" is
> >> not;
> >> are you including the appropriate schema files? From your early posting
> >> it appears that you're including core.schema; I wonder if there's any
> >> typo
> >> or you typed any non-printing char in gq. Can you check?
> > I checked the "dc" and it is present in core.schema line 505
> > BTW I am including all schema's found in my system.
> > I checked the GQ and I did not see a typing mistake
> In this case, I suggest you look at slapd's logs starting from level 256
> to see what DN gets to it at bind. The DN you're indicating above should
> not return that result for a failed bind.
> >> > NOTE: rat is my machine name ,I am using Debian/Sarge
> >> what does "Debian/Sarge" mean in terms of OpenLDAP version?
> > it means slapd 2.1.30
> That's a pretty old release; I suggest you upgrade as soon as possible.
> >> > the contents of file /usr/share/doc/libnss-ldap/examples/groups.ldif
> >> is
> >> > presented later.
> >> > -----------------------------------------------------
> >> > the result for the ldapadd is
> >> >
> >> > #adding new entry "ou=People,dc=example,dc=com"
> >> > #ldapadd:updatefailed ou= People,dc=example,dc=com
> >> > #ldap-add:no such object (32)
> >> Apparently you cannot add "ou=People,dc=example,dc=com"; are you sure
> >> the
> >> entry "dc=example,dc=com" (i.e. the "suffix" of your database) is
> >> already
> >> in?
> > sorry ,but what you mean of "is already in" and how to check if it's in
> > or not
> > and how to make it in :-)
> > if you meant that the line suffix "dc=example,dc=com"
> > is present in the slapd.conf
> > the answer is yes.
> No, I mean the entry. You cannot add "ou=People,dc=example,dc=com" if
> "dc=example,dc=com" has not been loaded yet. I suggest you read at least
> the quick start guide <http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin/quickstart.html>,
> and possibly the entire admin guide <http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin/>,
> and carefully follow the examples indicated there to gain confidence with
> OpenLDAP software. Note that all the above docs refer to OpenLDAP 2.2,
> but at least the quick start stuff is generic enough to apply to 2.1 as