[CentOS] openldap migration script fails...

joseph tacuyan joseph.mailboxlist at gmail.com
Fri Jul 20 02:05:12 UTC 2007


On 7/20/07, Steve Strong <strong at crwash.org> wrote:
>
> good advise.  i've got just two questions:
>
>   1. since it's just being used for authentication, could I just
>      migrate passwd, shadow and group?


Yes, and the configure your client via authconfig.


  2. would the command be: slapadd < myfile.ldif?


No, the easiest and most not prone to error is run the migrate scripts on
/usr/share/openldap/migrate.
Doc's regarding this is on Centos Ref/Sys Manual w/c is accessible via
centos.org


thanks a lot!
> steve



hth,

joseph

Craig White wrote:
> > On Thu, 2007-07-19 at 15:26 -0500, Steve Strong wrote:
> >
> >> OK, now this is getting better.  the openldap server seems to function
> OK,
> >> but running the migration scripts results in a duplicate entry error
> while
> >> "migrate_all_offline.sh" is processing /etc/services.  the duplicate
> entry
> >> is "echo" and when i looked at the file their are two entries, one for
> tcp
> >> and one for udp.
> >>
> >> shouldn't these migration scripts be able to hangke this?
> >>
> >> anyhow, when the script terminates in tells me where there is an .ldif
> >> file.  does any one know how to use that file as an input to another
> app
> >> after i edit out all of the duplicate entries???
> >>
> >> or is there a better way to get around this?
> >>
> > ----
> > I always found it best to run the migrate scripts into files which I can
> > edit and then slapadd when I had them all done.
> >
> >
>
>
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