On 4/2/19 5:11 AM, Jan Tomasek wrote:
I'm preparing migration from 389 DS 1.2.5. I'm using single master and 4
replicas all on RedHat which I would like to abandon in favor Debian
which is my main platform.
My idea was to use 389-ds 1.4.x line on Debian/Buster, but there is
completely missing 389-admin package . They ship cockpit-389-ds
220.127.116.11-1 which completely doesn't work on Debian. It declares that
389-ds-base isn't installed. It is installed and configured.
Well the cockpit UI plugin is not finished yet (but we are VERY close to
wrapping it up).
And as I have mentioned multiple times on this mailing list the
389-admin/console packages are deprecated and will completely removed in
Fedora 31. So I am afraid on Debian and other platforms that do not
have "Cockpit" there will not be any kind of UI.
I tried Fedora 29, there is 18.104.22.168-1.fc29 and it works... somehow.
Schema editation is possible. But database management is broken, it
shows two suffixes dc=example,dc=com and o=ipaca.com
which are not
present in 389-ds configuration dse.ldif file. And it is unable to
detect defined suffix. It looks nice, but it seems that many things
might not be working even on Fedora.
Yeah, so you are looking at "sample" data in the database tab. However,
in 22.214.171.124-1 the database management tab is now complete! That release
is currently in testing, please see the email on this list with the
subject: "Announcing 389 Directory Server 126.96.36.199", you will find
links to the builds, etc. Try it out.
Is it possible to manage 389-ds 1.4.x with 389-admin 1.1.46 and
389-admin-console 1.1.12-5.fc29? This is combination Fedora 29 come with.
it will work in Fedora 30 as well, but come Fedora 31 the old
standalone java UI will be removed.
Or is it safer to stick with 389-ds 1.3.x which is shipped with RHEL 7 &
Debian/Stretch? And use 389-admin & 389-console for managing them?
Well like I said the new Cockpit UI is almost done, in 188.8.131.52 the only
tabs that are "not" working are the Monitoring tab (which I will finish
this week) and the "Security tab" - everything else is working now.
I expect/hope the new Cockpit UI will be 100% complete in the next two
months (hopefully sooner).
> Thanks for responses