On Sat, 8 Nov 2014, Jerry wrote:
Before changing over to "mdb" from "bdb", I ran a
script that used slapcat to
generate an LDIF file every night. Since updating to "mdb", that script fails
if "slapd" is running. That is expected behavior from what I have been
That documentation refers to the age old and long deprecated backend that preceeded both
berkeley db backends.
My question is how do I export the directory into an LDIF file if "slapd" is
running, or is that not supported? I could easily modify the script to shut
down the program, backup the directory in an LDIF format and restart the
program; however, that seems overly ambitious. I understand that
"replication" is an option, but I don't know if I really want to go that
route at this time.
just run slapcat. It should work just fine. If not provide more details.
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