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Re: How to change openldap database directory
It's normally a good idea to leave the thread intact, btw.
You're probably dealing with either a typo in your config, (locating the database dir), or there's a permission issue on that dir, it's parent tree.
Is the new location a remote mounted location (ie: NFS - which is a no-no for bdb btw)? That will likely have it's own permissions to deal with.
You can also try:
1) slapcat -l <ldif file> (dumps the db as plain text - assuming you're using a single db)
2) change db dir config to new location and your conf.
3) Make sure the new db dir location is owned by the user slapd runs as (usually ldap) - and the parent tree is readable; just the dirs.
4) slapadd -l <ldif file> (imports the db)
If that fails you're still dealing with the same issue - a typo or permissions issue, which, sadly, we can't help you with.
Chris Jacobs, Systems Administrator
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Sent: Fri Jun 25 09:56:39 2010
Subject: Re: How to change openldap database directory
Thanks Quanah/Mauricio/Chris for the reply.
In fact, that is the first thing I did, I get the following error when I start ldap service.
Checking configuration files for slapd: bdb_db_open: Cannot access database directory /var/vamail/ldap/mydomain.com
Backend_startup_one: bi_db_open failed! (-1)
Slap_startup failed (test would succeed using the –u switch) [FAILED]
Stale lock files may be present in /var/vmail/ldap/mydomain.com
Permission looks exactly the same. Any idea why this error?
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