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RE: Openldap upgrade/migration
I am thinking of installing RED HAT LINUX 7.3 on another computer and
install openldap 1.2.13.
If I have the above environment, can I copy /etc/openldap and
/usr/share/openldap date to this PC and export the database.
I can not go back to RH LINUX 6.2 as it can not be installed on any PC
hardware lower than Pentium 4. I don't have Pentium 2 or Pentium 3 PCs.
I believe RH LINUX versions 7.0 and above can be installed on Pentium 4
Assuming above env is right, after exporting data to LDIF format, how
can import LDIF to new version of Openldap (2.2 version) running on Red
Hat Enterprise Linux 4.
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From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, 23 October 2007 2:45 PM
To: Ravi Rajasekharuni; email@example.com
Subject: RE: Openldap upgrade/migration
--On Tuesday, October 23, 2007 2:06 PM +1000 Ravi Rajasekharuni
> Thanks Quanah for a quick reply.
> The old LINUX 6.2 server running openldap 1.2 is not operational, but
> all the old files (/etc/openldap, /usr/share/openldap (database) are
> available on a new LINUX server running Red hat Enterprise Linux 4.
> can I export openldap data from old files sitting on this new Linux
> server.? I believe the slapcat command is only recognizes openldap 2.x
> Is there any other way of exporting data from old openldap 1.2 version
> data files using a latest version of openldap tools.
Nope. You need to have 1.2 running to export it with the 1.2 tools. At
least, that's my assumption, having never seen 1.2 running. :P
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