I'm sorry, I may have written something incomprehensible.
I want to replace ldap3 with ldap4. That is, they will have different hostnames.
ldap3 and ldap4 =)
So I want to remove all ldap3 mentions first.
Is this correct ?
17 марта 2021 г., в 18:58, Quanah Gibson-Mount
--On Wednesday, March 17, 2021 8:58 AM +0000 Клеусов Владимир Сергеевич
> Thank you for your advice.
> How do you like this plan ?
> 1) Remove the old ldap3 from replication to ldap1. Find out here how )
> 2) Make a backup,
> 3) On a new server instead of ldap3 (let's call it ldap4). Recover from a
> backup and make
> 4) On ldap1 do
It's not necessary to remove ldap3 and replace it with ldap4.
a) Stop slapd on the old ldap3 host
b) Export it's configuration using slapcat -n 0
c) Export it's primary db using slapcat -b ...
d) Copy the database exports + the certs being used to the new host
e) Shut down the old host
f) Install openldap on the new ldap3 host
g) Set up the certificates as they were before
h) Import the config db
i) Import the primary db
j) Start slapd
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