[Fedora-directory-users] Database recreation, automount and performance

Rich Megginson rmeggins at redhat.com
Wed Jul 13 20:29:23 UTC 2005


Vsevolod (Simon) Ilyushchenko wrote:

> Rich,
>
>
>> What problems did you have?  I'm not sure what you did, or what you 
>> could have done to necessitate a reinstall.
>
>
> The second LDAP server I've created would not start before the 
> reinstall, but I can't replicate this problem any more. I was also 
> able to add a top-level organizational unit now.
>
> The earlier problems began after I've deleted the top-level entry on 
> the Configuration tab. That was probably not a smart thing to do, but 
> I don't know how to delete all the data from the directory. 
> Command-line ldapdelete won't work either, because recursive deletion 
> is not supported by the server.

Recursive deletion is supported by the console, in the directory browser.

>
>> After uninstall, remove your ~/.mcc directory, or edit the file in 
>> there after installation.  The URL box in the login screen should 
>> have had a drop down list to let you select another one.
>
>
> Okay - thanks!
>
>>> For archives - the docs don't tell you that after running pk12util 
>>> in step 9 you first have to enter the password 'secretpwd' that 
>>> you've saved in the file pwdfile.txt, and then you have to create a 
>>> different startup password.
>>
>>
>>
>> You can't use the same password?
>
>
> You can, of course, I just wanted to emphasize that they serve two 
> different purposes.

Oh, right.

>
> Simon

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