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Listing 16-10. Changing the Two Tester Records dn: uid=frank,ou=Tester,dc=my-domain,dc=com changetype: modify add: description description: Expert Senior Software Tester dn: uid=lisa,ou=Tester,dc=my-domain,dc=com changetype: modify replace: givenName givenName: Misa Hayase In the first Tester entry, Frank s record is given a new attribute, description, which is assigned the value Expert Senior Software Tester. The last two lines tell OpenLDAP what attribute to add and what value to put into the new attribute for the target record. For the second Tester entry, the givenName attribute of Lisa s record will be changed into Misa Hayase from Lisa Hayase. This time, no attribute has been added for this tester. To make the modifications, run the following command ldapmodify -x -D "cn=Manager,dc=my-domain,dc=com" -W -f fourth.ldif You will see the following if there are no problems modifying entry "uid=frank,ou=Tester,dc=my-domain,dc=com" modifying entry "uid=lisa,ou=Tester,dc=my-domain,dc=com" Now try performing a search for the new attribute you added for the Tester Frank. Enter the following: ldapsearch -x -W -D "cn=Manager,dc=my-domain,dc=com" -b "ou=Tester,dc=my-domain, dc=com" "(description=*Senior*)" This tells OpenLDAP to find and display all Testers who have the word Senior in the description attribute, and Frank s record will appear. If we try to look for Misa s record using her given name as before ldapsearch -x -W -D "cn=Manager,dc=my-domain,dc=com" -b "ou=Tester,dc=my-domain, dc=com" "(givenName=Lisa*)" No record will show up, because her givenName attribute now contains Misa Hayase.
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OpenLDAP can also remove unwanted entries from a database, using the ldapdelete command. It has the following syntax: ldapdelete x D "target_DN" W "target_entry" The target_DN is the distinguished name of the database and directory manager to use. The target_entry is the record to remove. It must be the full distinguished name of the record.
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In our scenario, suppose that Frank becomes the Project lead and must be removed from the mydomain.com database. To remove his record, use the following command: ldapdelete -x -D "cn=Manager,dc=my-domain,dc=com" -W "uid=frank,ou=Tester, dc=my-domain,dc=com"
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To make a backup of your database, you can use the slapcat command. This database-to-LDIF converter utility can convert your bdb or hdb database into the more human-readable LDIF format we learned in this chapter. The syntax for slapcat is slapcat b "target_DB" l "target_backup_file" The b flag accepts the value of target_DB, which is the suffix value of the target database you want to back up. The l flag will identify the file where slapcat should it put the converted database after the backup. That file will be created if it does not exist yet. You must keep this file because it will contain the backup of the database. To make a backup of the my-domain.com database, we issue the following slapcat -b "dc=my-domain,dc=com" -l my-domain.ldif You can restore the backup using slapadd, another tool to add entries to the OpenLDAP databases.
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Note: slapcat is among the OpenLDAP utilities that can be used even if the server is not running. The same is
true of slapadd and slapauth for example. By contrast, the ldapadd, ldapmodify, and ldapdelete commands need the server running before they can be used. But why two sets of utilities for a single operation The slapcat and slapadd commands are more suited for offline administration of the OpenLDAP server. They are recommended when you are trying to restore a backup that contains a large number of entries. The ldapadd and ldapdelete commands are better suited if a server that can accept requests is running. Avoid using both the slap and ldap commands at the same time, because that can lead to inconsistent data searches.
OpenLDAP and Samba
Now that you have learned the basics of OpenLDAP, it is time to put it to practical use. You will combine OpenLDAP with Samba to create a setup similar to the earlier NIS/NFS combination. The Samba server for this section will be a domain controller that will provide shares and can accept Windows clients for its domain. The OpenLDAP server will be referenced by the Samba server for account information such as file shares and printers for the connected Windows client. We are not going to cover additional Windows client setup such as roaming profiles or saving current user desktop data changes. Unlike the NIS/NFS combination, setting up OpenLDAP with Samba will require additional tools to help us make the configuration files and starting domain accounts. The following sections discuss each of these tools as you use it during the setup process.
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