--On Monday, March 21, 2011 11:48:54 AM +0200 Omer Faruk SEN <omerfsen(a)gmail.com>
I am currently having same problems. What I thought that transition
from sun dsse to redhat Directory Server is more easy since it is both
Netscape ldap based (no need to rewrite your schema files.)
It would surprise me if getting schemas that work will be the big
issue for this transition.
On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 8:29 AM, <adam(a)spoontech.biz> wrote:
> Hi, I have currently been given the task of migrating our current LDAP
> environment from Sun DSEE (6.3.1) to OpenLDAP.
> I have done some research on this topic, and suspect its not a trivial
> task, and am hoping for some pointers/advise from anyone that may have
> attempted this in the past...
> I'm not sure that replication between the two is an option (although would
> love it if it was :), so I have looked into exporting the current DSEE
> environment to a LDIF, and attempted to then import it into openldap
> (using slapadd), but ran into a few issues...
> The issue I'm currently stuck on is getting the data in the LDIF into a
> format that can be imported using slapadd. Currently, I have issues with
> automounts, pwdReset attribs etc etc...
Why can't you just use ldapsearch on the existing directory and use that
as input to slapadd?
Of course, that only gets you the data. I would bet that the real issue
will be getting the access controls correct.
> Any help would be appreciated.
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