On 11-06-29 10:49 AM, Mark Cave-Ayland wrote:
On 29/06/11 15:15, Daniel Qian wrote:
> Not sure if it is the same on Debian but on Fedora I only copied the
> "workplace" output schema file (autofs.schema in my case) to
> /etc/openldap/slapd.d/cn=config/cn=schema/ without modifying anything. I
> restarted slapd after that and everything worked for me. Surprisingly
> easy although I had to do a restart.
Right, that is one option. But indeed the primary advantage of
cn=config is that it doesn't need a restart, and that's really where I
want to be :)
In that case you can slapcat it into the db after trimming the schema
file I guess. But then the cn=config directory structure on file system
will be inconsistent with the actual running config. Actually I have
been wondering for a while if this will be an issue and would like to
hear some words if anyone have about this.