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Re: Problem importing LDIF file

On Monday 13 June 2005 21:30, Dieter Kluenter wrote:
> "Boxall, Colin - OASAM CTR" <Boxall.Colin@dol.gov> writes:
> > Intro and background: I'm running OpenLDAP 2.26 on a Suse
> > Enterprise Server 9.0.
> [...]
> > don't exist in AD anymore.  The trouble is: how do I kill the slapd
> > process in a batch process?  I don't know how to write batch files
> > or their equivalent on Linux yet, but I imagine part of it will be
> > figuring out what commands need to be executed, and since kill
> > seems to require a process ID that changes over time, I'm not sure
> > how to proceed.  Is there functionality with OpenLDAP to shut down
> > slapd that I don't know about, or how should I do this?
> Although this ist not OpenLDAP related but SuSE-Linux a more
> appropriate list would be suse-linux-e@suse.com
> http://lists.suse.com
> Just as a hint, try as root 'rclapd stop'
Actually that is 'rcldap stop' or '/etc/init.d/ldap stop'. But I guess 
that was just a typo ;). And make sure to not remove the DB_CONFIG 
file, if you really want to stick to this solution.