[CentOS] Directory server import
per at norhex.com
Thu Mar 19 09:47:06 UTC 2009
Thanks for replying.
I have been looking at this one, I have only 2 problems with it:
1. Generate Nis maps I believe that this should be the command nismap create
-i 1 -g " " -y auto.master but i am unsure if this is correct for my
exercise since I need to generate for multiple ou, could someone please give
2. it says on the migration tool that I need to change the $NSHOME and
$serverId to make it compatible to the Netscape but do I have been looking
around I still can not find where these variabels are declared, does anyone
have a clue or some experience with these script?
On 3/18/09 1:35 PM, "Steve Huff" <shuff at vecna.org> wrote:
> On Mar 18, 2009, at 7:33 AM, Per Qvindesland wrote:
>> Does anyone know if there is a simple way to import standard linux
>> into the directory server? I have found some but they don't seem to
>> be so
>> flexible since I have to import from several servers into different
> a good toolkit for doing this is here:
> there's a config file which you modify to specify target LDAP server,
> base DN, and various other details for each import. one good way to
> use them is the following:
> 1. generate NIS maps (yes, i know, yuck) for the users you're importing.
> 2. run the PADL tools to generate a big LDIF of all the users.
> 3. import the generated LDIF.
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