You only responded about one
My second paragraph addressed the second suggestion. I did *try* to
edit the LDIF file and then use slapadd but it wasn't working. In
retrospect, the reason it wasn't working was because I didn't have the
correct slapadd command-line options. Therefore, I think that I didn't
need to sym-link and that slapcat/slapadd was the appropriate way to
On 12 December 2013 16:54, Quanah Gibson-Mount <quanah(a)zimbra.com> wrote:
--On Thursday, December 12, 2013 4:20 PM +0000 Philip Colmer
>> Huh? Why didn't you just use ldapmodify to modify it? Or, slapcat your
>> cn=config db, fix it in the LDIF, and reload it?
> Couldn't use ldapmodify to modify it because slapd wasn't running.
> Couldn't use ldapmodify to modify it whilst Ubuntu version was
> installed because that would break *that* version. Couldn't use
> ldapmodify to modify it whilst new version was installed because new
> version wouldn't start.
I listed two options. The other works when slapd is offline. You only
responded about one.
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