Well, to back up a bit, of the dual masters' (A & B) only A has been running consistently for many years. That is why I needed to do a re-initialization of B. The re-initialization was done at the 'my_suffix' level and not NetscapeRoot.
I assumed that the config data would be running on both dual masters. Maybe I am incorrect?
Do you know which server is hosting the config data for the
console(o=netscaperoot)? If you do, please provide the access log
output showing the "cn=directory manager" and "admin" binds? It
might not hurt to restart the admin server.
On 04/23/2012 04:06 PM, Herb Burnswell wrote:
After re-initialization of a dual master server I now cannot log
into the directory management console as cn=Directory Manager. I
receive the error:
Cannot logon because of an incorrect user id, incorrect password,
or Directory problem.
Resoponse: HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized
I know the password is correct as I can drop into an ldapmodify
session with ./ldapmodify -D "cn=Directory Manager" -w
<passwd> without error.
I've seen a few inquiries about this issue around the web but
nothing to resolve the issue. I see the following in
security (27749): for host <hostname> trying to GET
/admin-serv/authenticate, basic-ncsa reports: user cn=Directory
Manager does not exist in pwfile
It is correct that there is not a line for cn=Directory Manager in
admpw, but it is not located in the admpw file on the other dual
master and I can log into its management console as cn=Directory
Manager without error. They both just contain a line for user
When I try to log in as 'admin' (works fine on other dual master)
cannot connect to the directory server:
netscape.ldap.LDAPException: error result (32) matchedDN = ou
=<domain>,o=netscaperoot; no such object
Is there something else that I need to do after
re-initialization? Any guidance is greatly appreciated.