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Re: slapcat and machines
On Thu, 30 Jul 2009, email@example.com wrote:
want the machines. How can I slapcat machines only? I guess that I am
just wanting to get ou=Computers or something.
I noticed that the manpage on both servers shows slapcat(8C), and the new
server has an option '-a' that looks like it may do what I want, but the
-a might be useful, but it's not available as you found. The easiest
choices would be to use slapcat and try and mangle the output (the
perl-LDAP example scripts may be useful here), or you can just do an
ldapsearch. If you use a rootdn, you can be reasonably sure you're getting
everything. Even if this is something you don't want to do live, you can
slapcat/slapadd into a test environment and set up your rootdn there.