Have you initialized your sub suffixes with a sub suffix ldif like this?
I am building a new 389 DS to replace an openldap directory.
The root dn is known as o=producer ( actually is something else but has been this for the last 10 yrs through 2 previous upgrades and I do not want to change it to o=producers,o=co,o=nz)
So what I want to achieve is to create a sub suffix, ou=webusers,o=producers and ou=staff,o=producers
The idea being the users in webusers will be searched for a web application and the staff users remain unsearched to the outside world.
I can make my sub suffixes no problem in the configuration tab of the 389-console.
But that gives me a blank database, how do I get to the next step of being able to create groups and people inside of this and manipulate this in the directory tab?
For database initialization, please see this page:
Or is there some other way of doing this that I am not seeing?
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but it seems to be lacking in any documentation anywhere.
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