> On 12 Dec 2021, at 07:24, Casey Feskens <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm running into some migration issues trying to get my hosts off of RHEL6. I currently have a single supplier and multiple consumers and am trying to add a new supplier on RHEL7. I was hoping to do so initially by just setting up a replication agreement but have run into the ordering issue described in:
> As a fallback option, I have tried dumping my existing supplier via ns-slapd db2ldif -r, but when I import I am seeing a number of errors like:
> [11/Dec/2021:12:49:03.523666969 -0800] - DEBUG - attr_get_value_cmp_fn - Syntax [22.214.171.124.4.1.14126.96.36.199.12] for attribute [creatorsName] does not support ordering
> Initially I had syntax checking on, which was off in my 1.2 instance. Syntax checking is now off but I am still seeing these errors. Any suggestions as to what I should modify to be able to import my remaining directory entries?
Which version of 389-ds on the RHEL7 machine?
I'm assuming that DEBUG message is on the RHEL7 machine as you import from the ldif backup?
Can you ls your /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instancename/schema/ dir and also show us the content of /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instancename/schema/99user.ldif?
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