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Re: Detecting changes in the directory

There's a "ldapdiff" package out in the world if you're going this route. (I've never used it, personally.) Sounds like it could be quite the race condition, but if your hand is 2.2 you're in a painful situation to start with.

BTW, if your ancient server is running ancient back-ldbm, make sure to do your slapcat cold or else your worst case scenario might get worse yet.

On Tue, 13 Nov 2007, Naufal Sheikh wrote:

Yep I was thinking the same thing, but I was wondering if there was
any other way!

On Nov 13, 2007 2:45 PM, Chuck <chuck.carson@gmail.com> wrote:
Im not sure if there is an LDAP specific method but dumping the
directory to a text file before and after, then use diff to compare.
(or use md5 on the ldap database itself)


On Nov 13, 2007 11:38 AM, Naufal Sheikh <naufalzamir@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello everyone,

Is there anyway to detetct the modifications made and/or
addition,subtraction made to directory for a certain period of time
without using replication? I will be running openldap on my backup
machine for two hours and I am not sure how I can see if there were
any changes made during those two hours, so that I can do the same on
my production.