On 01/23/2012 02:05 PM, Dan H. Eicher wrote:
I’m attempting to port my ldap database from one machine to another,
the machine I am attempting to port to is running a newer version of
389. The target machine is build 2011.308.2312.
On the source machine I do an db2ldif - all looks good.
I go to the target machine and start fedora-console, open the
directory server and choose import database.
Have you tried Initialize database?
The first couple of thousand entries/users seem to go well, but then
by looking at both my ldif source file and the contents of my reject
file after one particular user I get:
Error adding object 'dn: uid=ctuser,ou=Users,dc=localdomain'. The
error sent by the server was 'Cannot connect to the LDAP server'.
server then crash? Do you have a core file? What platform?
What version is the target machine? rpm -qi 389-ds-base
Every new user after that fails to be added.
The import appears to complete and slapd doesn’t stop.
Any tips here on how I can resolve this?
You could try to use ldif2db from the
command line on the target machine.
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