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LDIF2DB.PL(8)						      System Manager's Manual						     LDIF2DB.PL(8)

NAME
ldif2db.pl - Directory Server perl script for importing a LDIF file SYNOPSIS
ldif2db.pl -n backend [-Z serverID] [-D rootdn] { -w password | -w - | -j filename } [-P protocol] {-s includeSuffix}* [{-x excludeSuf- fix}*] [-O] [-c chunksize] [-v] [-h] [-g [string]] [-G namespace_id] {-i filename}* DESCRIPTION
Imports LDIF file(s) into the server. Either the option '-n' or '-s' must be used. This script creates an entry in the directory that launches this dynamic task. OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below: -Z Server Identifier The server ID of the Directory Server instance. If there is only one instance on the system, this option can be skipped. -D Root DN The Directory Manager DN, or root DN. If not specified, the script will search the server instance configuration for the value. -w password The rootdn password. -w - Prompt for the rootdn password. -j password filename The name of the file that contains the root DN password. -n Backend Name The name of the LDBM database to restore. Example: userRoot -s includeSuffix Specifies the suffixes to be included or specifies the subtrees to be included. -x excludeSuffix Specifies the suffixes to be excluded or specifies the subtrees to be excluded. -i filename Name for the LDIF file to import. -g [string] Generates a unique ID. Type none for no unique ID to be generated and deterministic for the generated unique ID to be name-based. By default, a time-based unique ID is generated. When using the deterministic generation to have a name-based unique ID, it is also possible to specify the namespace for the server to use, as follows: -g deterministic namespaceId namespaceId is a string of characters in the format 00-xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxx. -G namespace_id Generates a namespace ID as a name-based unique ID. This is the same as specifying the -g deterministic option. -P Protocol The connection protocol to connect to the Directory Server. Protocols are STARTTLS, LDAPS, LDAPI, and LDAP. If this option is skipped, the most secure protocol that is available is used. For LDAPI, AUTOBIND is also available for the root user. -O Requests that only the core database is created without attribute indexes. -c Chunk size The number of entries to process before starting a fresh pass during the import. By default this is handled internally by the server. -v Display verbose ouput -h Display usage EXAMPLE
ldif2db.pl -Z instance1 -n userRoot -i /LDAP/ldif/data.ldif ldif2db.pl -s "dc=example,dc=com" -i /LDAP/ldif/data.ldif -D 'cn=directory manager' -w password -P STARTTLS Note: security must be enabled to use protocol STARTTLS. If STARTTLS is not available it will default to next strongest/available protocol automatically. DIAGNOSTICS
Exit status is zero if no errors occur. Errors result in a non-zero exit status and a diagnostic message being written to standard error. AUTHOR
ldif2db.pl was written by the 389 Project. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to http://bugzilla.redhat.com. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2013 Red Hat, Inc. Mar 5, 2013 LDIF2DB.PL(8)

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USN-TOMBSTONE-CLEANUP.PL(8)				      System Manager's Manual				       USN-TOMBSTONE-CLEANUP.PL(8)

NAME
usn-tombstone-cleanup.pl - Directory Server perl script for cleaning up tombstone entries. SYNOPSIS
usn-tombstone-cleanup.pl [-Z serverID] [-D rootdn] { -w password | -w - | -j filename } -s suffix -n backend [-m maxusn_to_delete] [-P pro- tocol] [-v] [-h] DESCRIPTION
Deletes the tombstone entries maintained by the instance if the USN Plug-in is enabled. OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below: -Z Server Identifier The server ID of the Directory Server instance. If there is only one instance on the system, this option can be skipped. -D Root DN The Directory Manager DN, or root DN. If not specified, the script will search the server instance configuration for the value. -w password The rootdn password. -w - Prompt for the rootdn password. -j password filename The name of the file that contains the root DN password. -s suffix Gives the name of the suffix containing the entries to clean/delete. -n backend Gives the name of the database containing the entries to clean/delete. Example, userRoot. -m maxusn_to_delete Sets the upper bound for entries to delete. All tombstone entries with an entryUSN value up to the specified maximum (inclusive) are deleted, but not past that USN value. If no maximum USN value is set, then all backend tombstone entries are deleted. -P protocol The connection protocol to connect to the Directory Server. Protocols are STARTTLS, LDAPS, LDAPI, and LDAP. If this option is skipped, the most secure protocol that is available is used. For LDAPI, AUTOBIND is also available for the root user. -v Display verbose ouput -h Display usage EXAMPLE
usn-tombstone-cleanup.pl -Z instance2 -D 'cn=directory manager' -w password -n userRoot -s 'ou=people,dc=example,dc=com' -P STARTTLS Note: security must be enabled to use protocol STARTTLS. If STARTTLS is not available it will default to next strongest/available protocol automatically. DIAGNOSTICS
Exit status is zero if no errors occur. Errors result in a non-zero exit status and a diagnostic message being written to standard error. AUTHOR
usn-tombstone-cleanup.pl was written by the 389 Project. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to http://bugzilla.redhat.com. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2013 Red Hat, Inc. Mar 5, 2013 USN-TOMBSTONE-CLEANUP.PL(8)
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