On 05/20/2011 03:04 AM, Roland Schwingel wrote:
I got a question on how to move administration servers.
In my network I do have at present 3 subnets that are managed by 389ds.
Lets call them Net-A, Net-B and Net-C. Each subnet hosts a replica of the
ldap tree. All ldap/admin servers are registered to the admin server
Due to some network restructurings Net-A will become a more or less
networks. And I also will add 10 more networks (each will host a
replica) to 389ds.
They all should register to a new adminserver in Net-C.
So I need to move the central admin server from Net-A to Net-C. Is
while being in production? As I understand 389ds the adminservers are
of the slapd processes doing the concrete ldap. For Net-A there will
be a hole
in the firewall to allow traffic to port 389,636 and 9830 to the other
Any advice on how to accomplish the move of the adminserver de- and
So currently you have all of the directory servers registered with
directory server running in Net-A - this is the directory server that
hosts the o=netscaperoot suffix used to register and configure those
servers in the console. This is on a machine with hostname ldap.neta or
something like that. Now you want instead to have a new server
ldap.netc and have all of the directory servers registered with that
Thanks in advance for your help,
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