On 12 August 2012 00:00, Patrick Hemmer <openldap(a)stormcloud9.net> wrote:
Sent: Sat Aug 11 2012 18:06:49 GMT-0400 (EDT)
From: Jeff Dickens <jeff(a)seamanpaper.com>
To: Gavin Henry <ghenry(a)suretecsystems.com> openldap-technical(a)openldap.org
Subject: Re: got into a "checksum error" situation
Yes, I edited it by hand. Clearly not advisable since the comments said
"don't do that", but since the server wouldn't start I couldn't
> So you edited this by hand?
You can use 'slapcat' and 'slapadd' to modify the config database
This is the recommended way.
Not sure if you know, but what you should be doing is making changes
and then running:
slaptest -F myconf.d -d my_debug_level_if_different_from_my_conf
Then slapd doesn't need to start and you'll see any errors. You can
also do the same with:
slapacl -F myconf.d --extra_options_from_man_slapacl
to test your ACLs whilst referencing man slapd.access (5)
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