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I m working with the assumption that you already have a database you want to import and create replication agreements in. (If you don t currently have a set of data you re working with, it isn t necessary to read this section.) You have many ways of accessing and retrieving data in a usable format such as LDIF. However, you need to be aware of some main differences between the methods that are available to you (see Table 5-3).
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Table 5-3. Local vs. Remote LDAP Utilities
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Pro: Takes into account all directory- and databaselevel information that wouldn t be available when accessing via other methods. Con: Need local directory access, privileges. Proprietary application. Pro: Can be used across multiple directories, LDAP protocol versions, vendors, and implementations. Con: Operational attributes and internal data may not be retrievable, thus this can t always be relied upon to completely build a mirror directory.
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ldapsearch
Local or remote server. No special access, beyond access to the directory via the LDAP protocol, is required.
All LDAP implementations require some method of conversion from an existing directory (stored in a number of database files) to LDIF format suitable for creating a clone. This is necessary because of the types of data that may exist in a directory, including standard user and informational records, internal metadata, and various operators used to control information processing. Much of the other data isn t necessarily accessible using standard tools (or APIs) to access the information. For example, the entry of uid=tjackiewicz,ou=People,dc=Your, dc=Company may be made up of five attributes and object classes at first glance. However, internal attributes (such as entrydn, uniqueid, and others that may be used by meta-directories and other systems) may be hidden from standard view. Additionally, the specific order of information in the record (which shouldn t matter for most purposes) may also need to be maintained. For this reason, the ability to export data as it actually exists needs to be available.
slapcat
OpenLDAP provides slapcat for this functionality. The utility is used to generate LDIF output based on the contents of the slapd database itself. Instead of communicating with standard APIs to the LDAP server itself, it opens the specific database files stored locally and generates LDIF output based on their contents. Because the entries processed are in database order, not superior first order, they can t be loaded with standard LDAP utilities. That is, because the database may have uid=X,ou=A,ou=B,ou=C,dc=Your,dc=Company in the database first, before all its dependencies, only the slapadd program can be used to add it. This entry (RDN of uid=X) depends on the existence of all its parents (ou=A, ou=B, and so on), but within the database files themselves, they may be defined after the actual entry. The syntax for slapcat is as follows: slapcat [-v] [-c] [-d level] [-b suffix] [-n dbnum] [-f slapd.conf] [-l ldif-file] The options are as follows: -v: Enables verbose mode. -c: Enables continue (ignore errors) mode. -d level: Enables debugging messages as defined by the specified debug level. This debug level is compatible with those for the slapd server.
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-b suffix: Uses the specified suffix to determine for which database to generate output. You can t use this option in conjunction with the -n option. -n dbnum: Generates output for the dbnum-th database listed in the configuration file. You can t use the -n option in conjunction with the -b option. -f slapd.conf: Specifies an alternative configuration file. -l ldif-file: Writes LDIF to the specified file instead of STDOUT. You must ensure that slapd isn t running during this process to ensure consistency of the database being read.
Testing
Upon completion of the replication tasks, you must restart the master directory server. Perform a basic change in your system (in other words, modify an entry) to see that the corresponding changelog is being modified. Now you can start the slurpd process. Upon startup, slurpd should immediately connect to the consumer LDAP server and propagate your change. When a change is propagated and slurpd receives an error, it writes the reason for the error and the replication record to a reject file. The reject file is located in the same directory as the replication log. It maintains the same name but is appended with .rej. In these examples, if the directive replogfile is set to the value of /var/lib/openldap/replication.log, the resulting file would be /var/lib/openldap/ replication.log.rej. The format of the rejection list is similar to the replication log itself. Had the previous example been a rejection, it would look like this: ERROR: error message replica: LDAPConsumer.YourCompany.com:389 time: 0403030334 dn: uid=tjackiewicz,ou=People,dc=Your, dc=Company changetype: modify replace: cn cn: Thomas Jackiewicz replace: modifiersName modifiersName: cn=Directory Manager replace: modifyTimestamp modifyTimestamp: 2004020403030334Z A sample rejection log entry follows: ERROR: No such attribute It s possible to use slurpd to process a rejection log with its one-shot mode. In normal operation, slurpd watches for more replication records to be appended to the replication log file. In one-shot mode, by contrast, slurpd processes a single log file and exits. slurpd ignores ERROR lines at the beginning of replication log entries, so it s not necessary to edit them out before feeding it the rejection log.
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