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 go.
On 12 December 2013 16:54, Quanah Gibson-Mount firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
--On Thursday, December 12, 2013 4:20 PM +0000 Philip Colmer email@example.com wrote:
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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