I'm interested in this one too....so you use slapcat to basically export the whole
ldap database to an ldif file. Can you simply import that file into an empty db if the
original is lost?
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Dieter
Sent: 04 December 2008 16:10
Subject: Re: How to take backup of the openldap users data from the command prompt in
Jyotishmaan Ray <jyotishmaan(a)yahoo.com> writes:
I had been using the phpldapadmin browser 1.0.1 to access the openldap
database. Recently when I observed that when I logged onto the phpldapadmin
browser, the features of the browser didnt show up as usually it appears.
So that was my problem as such now I am not able to use the GUI of the browser
to do importing of the ldif files for adding new users to my database.
Now that the situation is urgent, I need to take a back up of my openldap
database for the users data.
Please give me the full comand details, so that I can take a back up of my
database safely before exploring the problem of phpldapadmin browser.
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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