On Sat, Nov 15, 2008 at 9:17 AM, Richard Sharpe
I was trying to move our dirsrv to another machine, so I installed
Fedora-DS on the new server, backed up the original machine, restored
it on the new server, which seemed to go OK.
If I do "ldapsearch -x '*'" on the new server, I seem to get the
correct results, however, if I do 'getent passwd' I do not get any
entries from dirsrv.
I grabbed packet captures from doing 'getent passwd' where LDAP points
at the original dirsrv server and the new one (boy, I knew that all
that work I did on Ethereal would come in handy one day) and the
difference is that against the original dirsrv server I get back all
the posixAccount (or something) entries, but against the new dirsrv
server, I get back zero entries. However, the queries are the same.
The log file on the new dirsrv server also says zero entries returned.
What have I forgotten? I haven't yet switched on lots of debugging to
find out what is wrong on the new server, but I guess that is the next
step if no one can think of something obvious I have done wrong.
Some additional info here.
The source server is CentOS 5.2 with the CentOS version of Fedora DS
on it. It claims to be 8.0.0.
The target server is RHEL 5.2 with the FC6 Fedora DS 1.1.3 on it.