I have a problem with ACIs on FDS 1.0.4. After uppgrading a server from
FDS 1.0.2 to 1.0.4 "DNS host filter" based ACIs stopped working. We can
still use IP based ACIs for IPv4 access but not "DNS host filter". FDS is
running on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0 server.
Anybody else seen this problem?
Peter Reuterås Tel +46 8 7909558
SE-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden
We are in the process of migrating our NIS domain to FDS and for some
time we have to run both systems. Since the current version of FDS does
not generates UIDs automatically, we are thinking of creating any new
accounts to NIS and export all info every night in ldif format. What
command/software I have to use in order to import the ldif file to FDS?
Please bear in mind that we want to update the existing user info and
create any new users that might exist in the ldif file.
I am new to Fedora Directory Server, but six or seven years linux
I have built a Fedora Core 6, selected the "web server" option on build
and installed the FDS 1.0.4 version. Located java and adjusted the
symbolic link. Did my FDS setup/setup and set all the defaults. When I
perform the ./startconsole command (within the fedora-ds directory, I
get the following error message:
Cannot connect to the Admin Server "http://******.***.***:43766"
The URL is not correct or the server is not running.
I have searched the mailing list archive and I am unable to locate any
reference to this error message.
What do I do now?
I have two masters and three replicas.
Master A works fine - I can add, modify, delete, and the changes
Except that Master B cannot delete, either directly at the console, via
the command line, or via replication from master A. It can add and
modify just fine, and those changes replicate to the other master and
the replicas. But it can't delete.
The error message is simply LDAP OPERATIONS ERROR
Thanks for any help.
A question of curiosity: i've set up a small ldap server (no slaves or
multimaster stuff) with about 50 users. I made a backup of the server7
directory (/var/opt/netscape/server7) before I changed anything and
started hacking away. now, a couple of months later everything is working
very well and i'm asked to migrate the server. I just made a new backup of
the server7 directory and to my amazement it is 10x as big. It started out
at 139m, and it is now 1.2g!
So the question is: What is taking up so much space when there are only 50
posixAccounts and 2 posixGroups?
For the record, I know this is not the way to backup a rhds server, I'm
reading about how to do a backup or dump "the right way" as we speak ;-)