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Re: AD-style AUX classes

Andrew Bartlett wrote:

> To move this part of the discussion in a forward direction...
> In Fedora DS, I was able to get a patch accepted to trim the 00core
> schema down to the really, really core stuff.  I'm unsure if the same
> would even be possible with OpenLDAP, given the way schema is loaded (by
> listing each file)?   

I don't want to enter too much into details, but, to avoid breaking
existing configurations that only include core.schema, nothing would
prevent from defining the files


and have a core.schema file consisting in

include		really_core.schema
include		not_so_core.schema

The all you'd need to do would be to only load the relevant portion of
the split.

However, I believe this is a moot point, since I expect most of the
users to move to using back-config, which means that core.schema will no
longer need to be around except for configuration initialization.


Ing. Pierangelo Masarati
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