On 19.08.2013 15:09, Nick Milas wrote:
On 19/8/2013 3:23 μμ, Ingo wrote:
>>> To modify the cn=config DIT you'll have to modify the files under
>>> >>/etc/ldap/slapd.d/cn=config where your config is stored.
>> >NO. do NOT do this,
Directly manipulating cn=config files will result in a CRC Error and
will render your configuration useless.
Thank you :)
This issue has been discussed numerous times in this list.
I don't know. From time to time there are comming new members like me.
Do you like that?
As you were told:
It's to Robert ...
use slapcat to generate an ldif, modify the ldif
as desired, and use slapadd to generate a new config.
Yes, I know. But I didn't know why not to use cn=config files.
This is the only method supported.
OK, I'm going now to read section 5 of the administrator's guide again.