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Antw: Re: Removing Overlays Using cn=config

>>> Howard Chu <hyc@symas.com> schrieb am 01.08.2013 um 01:44 in Nachricht
> Tim Gustafson wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I would like to remove the "auditlog" overlay from one of my databases
>> on my OpenLDAP server that is running 2.4.35 and is configured via
>> cn=config.
>> But, when I try to remove the overlay object, I get:

So actually "UNABLE" would be better than "UNWILLING", as it seems (from what you wrote below) even if slapd wanted to, it could not ;-)

>> I Googled around about this, and found some older list messages about
>> not being able to delete overlays, but most of those messages are
>> years old and I was wondering if this has changed at all?
> cn=config does not support delete operations. This will probably be 
> supported 
> in OpenLDAP 2.5.
>> If not, what is the "proper" way to remove an overlay?
> slapcat -n0, edit LDIF, remove old configDB and reimport.
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