"Bryan Irvine" <sparctacus(a)gmail.com> writes:
Our company was recently broken apart and certain segments were
Now I have to go through pull out all the parts that aren't staying
with my particular organization (happens to be the one where the LDAP
The problem is that my base dn, is based on the old company that is going away.
Is there a way I can make a new base dn, and then on the designated
day, just switch to the new base?
In my ldap.conf it seems like I can only specify 1 base.
there are a few options.
1. slapcat(8) a database dump to an ldif file, do a sed on this file
to get rid of not required entries, slapdadd(8) this ldif file to a
different database, you may have multiple backend and database
definitions in slapd.conf
2. define a ldap database in slapd.conf and use this as proxy to your
real database, you may define a rwm-suffixmassage statement in
slapd.conf, to rewrite you suffix
3. create a new slapd.conf and a new database, run a second instance
of slapd(8) listening on a different port and point your clients to
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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