Thank you for your help. Hope I could handle this job... Thank you guys.
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 10:45 PM, Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com>wrote: > Jenny Galipeau wrote: > >> Michael Kang wrote: >> >>> Dear FreeIPA community, >>> >>> My PL wants to migrate a directory server(storing employees info and >>> Linux user accounts) from 389-ds(1.1.x) to FreeIPA(1.2.2). I backed up from >>> the command line using the */db2bak/* command-line script. I got two LDIF >>> files and two folders(userRoot and NetscapeRoot) which contains many db4 >>> files. >>> >>> After reading the FreeIPA Administrator Guide, I realized there is no >>> */db2bak/* or */bak2db/* commands for FreeIPA users. So I copy those LDIF >>> files and folders to /var/lib/dirsrv/<ds instance> directly. Then I run >>> */service dirsvr restart/*, the dirsvr instance cannot start anymore. The >>> instance names of 389-ds and FreeIPA are different. >>> >>> How can I finish this hard job? Have anybody ever migrated successfully? >>> I need your help.. >>> >>> remove any unneeded structural and configuration options from the ldif >>> convert this ldif to the IPA DIT >>> load the ldif >>> >>> You can see the DIT we use at http://freeipa.org/page/UsingRhdsWithIpa >>> >> HTH >> Jenny >> > > Note that this will get the users added with their existing passwords but > does not give them kerberos principals. We don't currently provide any > mechanism for setting this on a migrated user though we are working on it. > > What I would recommend also is to create a few IPA users and compare the > objectclasses that we use to the users you are migrating. > > rob > -- Michael Kang（康上明学） There is a giant asleep within every man. When the giant awakens,miracles happen. Personal blog: http://ufusion.org - United Fusion
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