Dick Steflik wrote:
I'm trying to run FDS for a class I teach, I have previously used the
Netscape Directory Server on NT but the hard drive on that machine
went belly up this last summer. I decided that Linux would be the way
to go for a replacement machine. Anyway, I downloaded the
fedora-ds-1.0.2-1FC5.i386.opt.rpm and proceded with the install.
Install seemed to go OK; I started slapd and tried a test query and it
worked. I want to load a doctored up version of the old Airius.ldif
file so I started looking for the admin-server. Anyway it seems like
there are supposed to be start/stop scripts on /opt/fedora-ds but
there aren't....any ideas what might have happened to them? or where I
get them from.
As Rich said, it sounds like the install did not complete
Most times this is due to incorrect DNS / hostname resolution configuration.
Also, I'm running a 512Mb machine which should be OK; but when I
to start up the Java based console I get an "out of memory" message. I
would like to think that since only about 30 people are ever going to
be doing ldap queries against it that 512Mb of RAM should be OK (it
was for the old Netscape Directory Server). I could live without the
Java based console if I could get the admin server running as that is
the way I always administerd the old machine.
The memory errors you are seeing are
likely caused by the JVM you are
using. It sounds like you are using gcj, which is not supported. You
need to download either the IBM or the Sun JRE.
Binghamton, New York
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