> On 30 Aug 2023, at 00:46, Jeffrey Westgate <Jeffrey.Westgate@arkansas.gov> wrote:
> I've inherited an old ldap config - 389-Directory/184.108.40.206 B2018.129.1448 - and it's on a server where the OS in nearing EOS.
> I am leaning on trying to get to RHEL 9, and dnf-installing latest which seems to be 2.2.4-3.el9
> My intuition tells me this is not a straight-forward drop the old and install it to the new, based on changes to the db that I'm aware of...
> I'm hoping there is a sort of how-to to get from here to there? step-by-step, commands, etc?
> thanks for anything useable...
Actually, most of the changes would be in the dse.ldif TBH rather than the DB. But you could try it and see what happens 🤔?
Anyway, the best way to proceed IMO would be db2ldif on the 1.2 server, then ldif2db on the 2.2 server.
Then you need to compare both servers dse.ldif and bring over any plugin configs and indexes that were configured. Mostly that should get you to parity.
Then you can setup new replicas etc.
Hope that helps :)
> Jeff Westgate
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