You are correct, the development system is copied from the production
system. The process is to perform the same ldapsearch that is producing
a corrupted ldif from the development system against the production
system on my management system. I then scp the ldif file over to the
development system and use slapadd to load it on the development system.
I have noted that slapcat on the development system does not produce the
corrupted ldif file - so I do not believe my "copy production data to
development system" procedure is the cause.
On Thu, 12 Jan 2017 at 2:08am, Ulrich Windl wrote:
From your data it seems your development database is somewhat a copy of your
production database, right? How did you copy? I suspect the procedure produced
a currupted database (MHO).