On 4 Oct 2020, at 03:18, Hendrik Steiner
Being an absolute NOOB, mailing the first time to this group, I hope you're patient
with my lack of knowledge ...
It's not problem at all - welcome to 389-ds, we hope we can help out :)
I have an issue with following documentation (is this the right place for issues?):
Yep it is :)
My company works with RHDS11 (RHEL8) so I tried to recreate some stuff (Fedora 32):
useradd -c "RedHat Directory Server" -u 389 -g 389 -s /sbin/nologin slapd
groupadd -g 389 ds
Needs to be done before the installation of "389-base", or user and group will
be created automatically (dirsrv.dirsrv).
Adapting basic configuration as described (instance.inf):
group = ds
user = slapd
I don't think you should change this username/group. By default you should probably
rely on the dirsrv user and group created by the rpm. Especially if you are using RHDS,
Red Hat support will probably prefer you to use the "way it's tested" so
that means using the shipped dirsrv username and group. Is there some reason you want to
ERR - dse_read_one_file - The configuration file
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-example/schema//usr/share/dirsrv/schema/60trust.ldif could not be
after a copy:
cp /usr/share/dirsrv/schema/60trust.ldif /etc/dirsrv/schema/
instance creation works like a charm ...
I suspect that this is a permissions problem with the files, as instance creation
(probably) assumes dirsrv:dirsrv and you've changed that. Can you show us the ls -al
of /etc/dirsrv/slapd-example/schema and /usr/share/dirsrv/schema/ ?
Sorry again for being annoying, but ...
where am I doing wrong?
also having some SELinux related questions,
is this the right place for such kind of issues?
Yep, please ask them :)
Hope that helps,
Senior Software Engineer, 389 Directory Server
SUSE Labs, Australia