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Figure 1-14. Enable the All Records tab and Inspector in Workgroup Manager
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You will now be able to view a far more detailed account of what is hosted in your directory service. When you are viewing information using the Inspector, you will be able to change information that should not be changed unless you know exactly what you are doing, so be very careful. However, it is worth noting that with the Inspector you can view a far more detailed account of the data stored in each record of the LDAP database. Once you have enabled the Inspector, you will see the Inspector tab in your new test account. Click it to see the information now available.
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While much attention is placed on files and folders on a many servers, an integral part of rebuilding a server from scratch is not just having a back up of data, it s also having a back up of the accounts and permissions references that go along with that data. Manually backing up Open Directory is a straightforward process. Simply click on the Archive tab of the Open Directory service in Server Admin. From there, you can choose a directory to save the OD archive to. After you ve chosen a destination path, the Archive button will become enabled. Click on this button to specify a name and a password for the OD archive. Be sure not to place any whacks (/) in the name of the Archive, or the process will silently fail, leaving you with a false sense of security. As always with any backup routine, an occasional spot-check is necessary to be absolutely certain that you have clean data. In this case, you can simply mount the produced diskimage file by double-clicking on it, and verify that data has been written to it. The OD Archive process is decently broad. It archives both Network and Local directory services databases, launchd.plist files for relevant services, as well as numerous configuration files and preferences. One limitation of the Server Admin archive process is that it is a manual process, which can often be a detriment to the consistency of an important function. To back up Open
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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my $archive_password = 'MYPASSWORD'; my $archive_path = '/Volumes/Data/backups/opendirectory/'; my $max_keep_time = 1; # MONTHS TO KEEP ARCHIVES AROUND my my my my @date = localtime(); $year = $date[5] + 1900; $month = sprintf("%.2d",$date[4] + 1); $day = sprintf("%.2d",$date[3]);
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my $filename = $year.$month.$day; my $archive_file = $archive_path.$filename; print "Archiving to $archive_file...\n"; if (open(CMD,"|/usr/sbin/serveradmin command")) { print CMD "dirserv:backupArchiveParams:archivePassword = $archive_password\n" ; print CMD "dirserv:backupArchiveParams:archivePath = $archive_file\n"; print CMD "dirserv:command = backupArchive\n"; close(CMD); print "Archive successful.\n"; } else { print "Error: $!\n"; exit; } $month -= $max_keep_time; if ($month < 1) { $month = 12; $year--; } my $expire_date = sprintf("%.4d%.2d%.2d",$year,$month,$day); print "Cleaning up old archives...\n"; if (opendir(DIR,$archive_path)) { while (my $file = readdir(DIR)) { chomp($file); next unless ($file =~ /^\d{8}\.sparseimage$/i); my $file_date = $file; $file_date =~ s/[^0-9]//g; if ($file_date < $expire_date) { print "Removing ".$archive_path.$file."\n"; unlink($archive_path.$file); } }
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print "Cleanup successful.\n"; } else { print "Error: $!\n"; }
Troubleshooting Directory Services
Directory Services Debug Logs
When you re trying to troubleshoot issues with Directory Services on Mac OS X sometimes the best thing you can do is put the directoryservices daemon into debug mode. To do so, we must send a USR1 signal to the daemon using the following command:
killall -USR1 DirectoryService
By default errors get trapped into this file:
/Library/Logs/DirectoryService/DirectoryService.error.log
But when in debug mode using -USR1, you can see more specific errors here:
/Library/Logs/DirectoryService/DirectoryService.debug.log
You can then use commands such as tail and more in conjunction with grep to isolate issues to specific strings such as ADPlugin. Alternatively, you can enable API logging if you choose to send the -USR2 signal. For debugging then, the logs will get written into the /var/log/system.log file. To disable verbose logging, you can just restart the Directory Services daemon if you originally sent a -USR1 signal to DirectoryService. If you used -USR2, debugging information will automatically stop writing to the log after 5 minutes.
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