Tuesday, November 8, 2022

[389-users] Upgrading from 1.2.2 to 1.4.4


I am currently in the process of moving our LDAP-Servers from old
CentOS 7 Servers to new Debian 11 Servers. In the process I am
exporting all databases from the old server to ldif files and importing
those files on the new server.

When I import such a file I get a lot (basically for every single entry)
of warnings and errors in the errors-log like the following:

[08/Nov/2022:21:01:52.272475719 +0100] - ERR - oc_check_allowed_sv - Entry "cn=219058,ou=accounts,o=demo" -- attribute "entrylevelrights" not allowed
[08/Nov/2022:21:01:52.273547001 +0100] - WARN - import_producer - import demo: Skipping entry "cn=219058,ou=accounts,o=demo" which violates schema, ending line 9232514 of file "/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-ldap-master/ldif/demo.ldif"

I can't make heads or tails of this. I exported the ldif using the
389-console using "Export Databases" and I import them via Cockpit
using "Initialize Suffix" for the Suffix o=demo

I cannot find this attribute in any schema-file on either the old or
the new servers. Where does this come from, and how do I solve this

Thanks in advance

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