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Re: substitute a schema


On 07/15/2012 02:44 PM, paulo bruck wrote:
> I have already try using :
> ldapdelete -Y EXTERNAL -H ldapi:/// cn={6}squid,cn=schema,cn=config
> but received a:
> ldap_delete: Server is unwilling to perform (53)
> Doing it by hand it worked ( stoping ldap, substituted cn=squid  with new
> one and restarting ldap), but  I know that is not correct...
> How can I do it using ldapdelete ?

AFAIK you can't, the software doesn't support this yet. I believe there
is a testing version that can do this but thats it.
So far, the only way to completely replace a schema is to do it the
nitty gritty way.

You could replace all the contained objects though with a ldapmodify.


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