Hi Paul,
Not using dsconf.
But  you could easily do it with ldapsearch and ldapadd  


On Fri, Feb 3, 2023 at 3:34 PM Paul Whitney <paul.whitney@chesapeake-it.com> wrote:
Greetings, been a while.  

I am looking to migrate to RHEL 9 and 389-DS.  In lab stood up a  "supplier" and a "consumer".  I have index files for userRoot and groupRoot.  However, indexes appeared to be stored in dse.ldif.  Is there a way using the dsconf command to import an ldif of indexes?


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