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Re: Correct procedure to backup LDAP?
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- Subject: Re: Correct procedure to backup LDAP?
- From: "Wes Rogers" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 08:16:31 -0400
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nice slapcat > backup.ldif
Has always worked well for me.
On 8/14/06, Jeff Grant <email@example.com> wrote:
I work at a medium-sized software company and we're about 70-100 users
We have 2 LDAP servers, and they need to be backed up regularly, *while*
LDAP is running - if possible.
I've seen 'slapcat' as a solution, but I've also read that it's not a
good idea to run this command while LDAP is running.
Is there a proper/functional one-liner that will allow me to backup LDAP
hot, and if not, what's a tried and tested way to do this backup?