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some minor issues with the new ldif-config-style


I switched to the new ldif-config-style today. I would have 3 questions:

1) slapd converted my slapd.conf to ldif files successfully, I could look at the cn=config hierachy - pretty cool. Nevertheless I can't write into it.
I defined:

olcRootDN: "cn=admin,cn=config"
olcRootPW: "{SSHA}..."
olcAccess: {5}to *  by dn.base="cn=admin,cn=config" write

in olcDatabase={0}config.ldif. Is it possible to write there?

2) All my schemas were converted to ldif, too. Pretty cool, I thought. But I can't find an option to include a schema. Of course I could still include the files with olcIncludeFile, but that sucks, doesn't it?

3) This is the really interesting stuff: is it possible to start a "stupid" replication server with syncrepl, who only knows how to connect to the main server, and then syncs the schemas and parts of the config to itself? that would be cool, and I guess it can be done. Yet it's still dependend on question 1 :)

Thanks for a reply,