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Old 07-10-2008, 06:09 PM
John Oliver
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

One of the projects on my plate is to have a working backup of an
existing fedora-ds server. I installed fedora-ds under CentOS 5.2 and
copied over the files that result from ns-slapd db2archive from the
existing server to the new machine.

First off, I know nothing about LDAP or fedora-ds in particular :-)

After looking at the existing server and what I had after installing on
the new server, I decided that running /usr/sbin/setup-ds-admin.pl was
probably necessary. I went through, answering the questions as best I
could (and figuring that the answers would be overwritten when I
restored the backup). I got this:

[08/07/10:10:18:52] - [Setup] Info Are you ready to set up your servers?
[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info yes
[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info Creating directory server . . .
[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Your new DS instance 'unix-services2'
was suc
cessfully created.
[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Creating the configuration directory
server .
. .
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Error: failed to open an LDAP
connection to
host 'unix-services2.my.domain.com.com' port '389' as user
'cn=Directory Ma
nager'. Error: unknown.
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Failed to create the configuration
directory
server
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Exiting . . .
Log file is '/tmp/setupVSpvCl.log


Yes, that's two ".com"s No idea why.

So, I stop the dirsrv process and try:

[root@localhost ~]# ns-slapd archive2db -D
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2 -a
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in
[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
configured
[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)


I have no idea what a NetscapeRoot is, why I would want one, or how I'd
get it. Googling didn't help me... I found many references to "-0
netscaperoot", but that seems to be in reference to
/etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/adm.conf which does not exist on my new server.

What is the easiest way for me to do this? Can I simply copy adm.conf
(and other files? Which ones?) from the existing server? Or is there
some mysterious problem about why the setup script couldn't contact the
LDAP server which is to blame?

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Old 07-10-2008, 07:40 PM
Rich Megginson
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

John Oliver wrote:

One of the projects on my plate is to have a working backup of an
existing fedora-ds server. I installed fedora-ds under CentOS 5.2 and
copied over the files that result from ns-slapd db2archive from the
existing server to the new machine.

First off, I know nothing about LDAP or fedora-ds in particular :-)

After looking at the existing server and what I had after installing on
the new server, I decided that running /usr/sbin/setup-ds-admin.pl was
probably necessary. I went through, answering the questions as best I
could (and figuring that the answers would be overwritten when I
restored the backup). I got this:

[08/07/10:10:18:52] - [Setup] Info Are you ready to set up your servers?
[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info yes
[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info Creating directory server . . .
[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Your new DS instance 'unix-services2'
was suc
cessfully created.
[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Creating the configuration directory
server .
. .
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Error: failed to open an LDAP
connection to
host 'unix-services2.my.domain.com.com' port '389' as user
'cn=Directory Ma
nager'. Error: unknown.
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Failed to create the configuration
directory
server
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Exiting . . .
Log file is '/tmp/setupVSpvCl.log


Yes, that's two ".com"s No idea why.

Check /etc/hosts, /etc/nsswitch.conf, and /etc/resolv.conf, and check
that against what you typed in as your hostname and what DNS resolves it to.

So, I stop the dirsrv process and try:

[root@localhost ~]# ns-slapd archive2db -D
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2 -a
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in
[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
configured
[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)

Don't use ns-slapd archive2db directly - use the scripts in
/usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-instance (db2bak, bak2db, etc.) instead.


I have no idea what a NetscapeRoot is, why I would want one, or how I'd
get it. Googling didn't help me... I found many references to "-0
netscaperoot", but that seems to be in reference to
/etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/adm.conf which does not exist on my new server.

What is the easiest way for me to do this? Can I simply copy adm.conf
(and other files? Which ones?) from the existing server? Or is there
some mysterious problem about why the setup script couldn't contact the
LDAP server which is to blame?




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Old 07-10-2008, 09:59 PM
John Oliver
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 01:40:25PM -0600, Rich Megginson wrote:
> John Oliver wrote:
> >One of the projects on my plate is to have a working backup of an
> >existing fedora-ds server. I installed fedora-ds under CentOS 5.2 and
> >copied over the files that result from ns-slapd db2archive from the
> >existing server to the new machine.
> >
> >First off, I know nothing about LDAP or fedora-ds in particular :-)
> >
> >After looking at the existing server and what I had after installing on
> >the new server, I decided that running /usr/sbin/setup-ds-admin.pl was
> >probably necessary. I went through, answering the questions as best I
> >could (and figuring that the answers would be overwritten when I
> >restored the backup). I got this:
> >
> >[08/07/10:10:18:52] - [Setup] Info Are you ready to set up your servers?
> >[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info yes
> >[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info Creating directory server . . .
> >[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Your new DS instance 'unix-services2'
> >was suc
> >cessfully created.
> >[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Creating the configuration directory
> >server .
> > . .
> >[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Error: failed to open an LDAP
> >connection to
> >host 'unix-services2.my.domain.com.com' port '389' as user
> >'cn=Directory Ma
> >nager'. Error: unknown.
> >[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Failed to create the configuration
> >directory
> > server
> >[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Exiting . . .
> >Log file is '/tmp/setupVSpvCl.log
> >
> >
> >Yes, that's two ".com"s No idea why.
> >
> Check /etc/hosts, /etc/nsswitch.conf, and /etc/resolv.conf, and check
> that against what you typed in as your hostname and what DNS resolves it to.

All are correct. /etc/hosts has the correct FQDN as well as hostname.
/etc/resolv.conf is pointed to two working DNS servers. And
/etc/nsswitch.conf has "hosts: files dns"

Is there a way to tell it to remove the problematic stuff and try to set
up again?

> >So, I stop the dirsrv process and try:
> >
> >[root@localhost ~]# ns-slapd archive2db -D
> >/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2 -a
> >/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in
> >[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
> >configured
> >[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
> >set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
> >doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
> >server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)
> >
> Don't use ns-slapd archive2db directly - use the scripts in
> /usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-instance (db2bak, bak2db, etc.) instead.

[root@unix-services2 ~]# /usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/bak2db
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in/
[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
configured
[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)
[root@unix-services2 ~]# ls /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in/
DBVERSION dse_instance.ldif NetscapeRoot
dse_index.ldif log.0000000076 userRoot

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Old 07-10-2008, 10:18 PM
Rich Megginson
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

John Oliver wrote:

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 01:40:25PM -0600, Rich Megginson wrote:


John Oliver wrote:


One of the projects on my plate is to have a working backup of an
existing fedora-ds server. I installed fedora-ds under CentOS 5.2 and
copied over the files that result from ns-slapd db2archive from the
existing server to the new machine.

First off, I know nothing about LDAP or fedora-ds in particular :-)

After looking at the existing server and what I had after installing on
the new server, I decided that running /usr/sbin/setup-ds-admin.pl was
probably necessary. I went through, answering the questions as best I
could (and figuring that the answers would be overwritten when I
restored the backup). I got this:

[08/07/10:10:18:52] - [Setup] Info Are you ready to set up your servers?
[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info yes
[08/07/10:10:18:56] - [Setup] Info Creating directory server . . .
[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Your new DS instance 'unix-services2'
was suc
cessfully created.
[08/07/10:10:18:59] - [Setup] Info Creating the configuration directory
server .
. .
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Error: failed to open an LDAP
connection to
host 'unix-services2.my.domain.com.com' port '389' as user
'cn=Directory Ma
nager'. Error: unknown.
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Failed to create the configuration
directory
server
[08/07/10:10:22:08] - [Setup] Fatal Exiting . . .
Log file is '/tmp/setupVSpvCl.log


Yes, that's two ".com"s No idea why.


Check /etc/hosts, /etc/nsswitch.conf, and /etc/resolv.conf, and check
that against what you typed in as your hostname and what DNS resolves it to.



All are correct. /etc/hosts has the correct FQDN as well as hostname.
/etc/resolv.conf is pointed to two working DNS servers. And
/etc/nsswitch.conf has "hosts: files dns"

Is there a way to tell it to remove the problematic stuff and try to set
up again?

When you run setup-ds-admin.pl, and it asks you for the hostname, does
it have the correct hostname or the bogus one? If you specify the
correct hostname at the dialog prompt, it will use the correct one
throughout.


So, I stop the dirsrv process and try:

[root@localhost ~]# ns-slapd archive2db -D
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2 -a
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in
[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
configured
[10/Jul/2008:11:05:39 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)


Don't use ns-slapd archive2db directly - use the scripts in
/usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-instance (db2bak, bak2db, etc.) instead.



[root@unix-services2 ~]# /usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/bak2db
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in/
[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
configured
[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)
[root@unix-services2 ~]# ls /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in/
DBVERSION dse_instance.ldif NetscapeRoot
dse_index.ldif log.0000000076 userRoot
The backup was created in a server with both userRoot and NetscapeRoot,
but you are attempting to restore it in a server that does not have
NetscapeRoot. You need to create a root suffix called o=NetscapeRoot
with an associated database called NetscapeRoot. You can do this in the
console. *http://tinyurl.com/595tyy*


If you don't want NetscapeRoot at all, you could try exporting your old
database to LDIF using db2ldif or db2ldif.pl, to get just the userRoot
part (i.e. the suffix that you keep your real user&group data in).
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Old 07-10-2008, 10:52 PM
John Oliver
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 04:18:28PM -0600, Rich Megginson wrote:
> When you run setup-ds-admin.pl, and it asks you for the hostname, does
> it have the correct hostname or the bogus one? If you specify the
> correct hostname at the dialog prompt, it will use the correct one
> throughout.

I'm not sure... I can no longer run that script because...

Configuration directory server
administrator ID [admin]:
Password:
Password (confirm):
Error: the server already exists at '/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2'
Please remove it first if you really want to recreate it,
or use a different ServerIdentifier to create another instance.
When using Silent or Express mode, some of the
dialogs are skipped, but validation is still performed
on the default or given answers. You should run this program again and
choose Typical or Custom mode in order to provide a valid input
for the problem dialog.

Exiting . . .


I've tried to remove it, but

[root@unix-services2 ~]# /usr/sbin/ds_removal -s unix-services2 -w
mypassword

Error:The server ' is not reachable. Error: unknown error

> >[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
> >configured
> >[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
> >set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
> >doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
> >server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)
> >[root@unix-services2 ~]# ls /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in/
> >DBVERSION dse_instance.ldif NetscapeRoot
> >dse_index.ldif log.0000000076 userRoot
> The backup was created in a server with both userRoot and NetscapeRoot,
> but you are attempting to restore it in a server that does not have
> NetscapeRoot. You need to create a root suffix called o=NetscapeRoot
> with an associated database called NetscapeRoot. You can do this in the
> console. *http://tinyurl.com/595tyy*

Unfortunately, I don't know what "o=NetscapeRoot" means. I see
references to that all over the place. On the working server, there's a
/etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/adm.conf file that contains that line, but I do
not have an adm.conf on this new server.


Is there a way to back out of this without uninstalling fedora-ds? make
it completely forget about everything I've done so I can just start from
scratch and try again?

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Old 07-10-2008, 11:30 PM
John Oliver
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

Since I figured I was pretty well screwed anyway, I deleted
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2 and re-ran setup-ds-admin.pl To my
amazement, it was able to complete successfully! It went all the way
through, create an adm.conf and other files, etc. I was able to log in
to the web admin screen.

So, I ran /usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/bak2db to restore the
database I'd copied over. That looked very promising, but there were
two points where it said it was deleting an attribute of unix-services2
and then adding one for unix-services, which is the other, live machine.
After that, clicking on Fedora Administration Express gave me an error.
I just went back to copy-and-paste it, but now I get an Internal Server
Error, and /var/log/httpd is empty.

Since I seemed to make some progress, I stopped dirsrv, deleted
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2 and re-ran setup-ds-admin.pl When it
was done, I could get in to the admin interface again, only now it shows
me slapd-unix-services and slapd-unix-services2 So, I'm not sure if
that's progress or not.

I want to wind up with a working backup of slapd-unix-services so if
that machine takes a crap, I can just bring up an interface with it's IP
address on slapd-unix-services2 and keep LDAP authentication working
while I puzzle out what went wrong on the first server.

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Old 07-11-2008, 01:22 AM
Rich Megginson
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

John Oliver wrote:

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 04:18:28PM -0600, Rich Megginson wrote:

When you run setup-ds-admin.pl, and it asks you for the hostname, does
it have the correct hostname or the bogus one? If you specify the
correct hostname at the dialog prompt, it will use the correct one
throughout.



I'm not sure... I can no longer run that script because...

Configuration directory server
administrator ID [admin]:
Password:
Password (confirm):
Error: the server already exists at '/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2'
Please remove it first if you really want to recreate it,
or use a different ServerIdentifier to create another instance.
When using Silent or Express mode, some of the
dialogs are skipped, but validation is still performed
on the default or given answers. You should run this program again and
choose Typical or Custom mode in order to provide a valid input
for the problem dialog.

Exiting . . .


I've tried to remove it, but

[root@unix-services2 ~]# /usr/sbin/ds_removal -s unix-services2 -w
mypassword

Error:The server ' is not reachable. Error: unknown error


Yep. This is a bug due to be fixed soon. In the meantime:
service dirsrv stop unix-services2
rm -rf /etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2
/var/*/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2* /usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2
/usr/lib64/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2

rm -rf /var/log/dirsrv/admin-serv
remove all files from /etc/dirsrv/admin-serv except for httpd.conf,
admserv.conf, console.conf, and nss.conf


[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - ERROR: target server has no NetscapeRoot
configured
[10/Jul/2008:14:56:40 -0700] - archive2db: Failed to read backup file
set. Either the directory specified doesn't exist, or it exists but
doesn't contain a valid backup set, or file permissions prevent the
server reading the backup set. error=53 (Invalid request descriptor)
[root@unix-services2 ~]# ls /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/in/
DBVERSION dse_instance.ldif NetscapeRoot
dse_index.ldif log.0000000076 userRoot

The backup was created in a server with both userRoot and NetscapeRoot,
but you are attempting to restore it in a server that does not have
NetscapeRoot. You need to create a root suffix called o=NetscapeRoot
with an associated database called NetscapeRoot. You can do this in the
console. *http://tinyurl.com/595tyy*



Unfortunately, I don't know what "o=NetscapeRoot" means. I see
references to that all over the place. On the working server, there's a
/etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/adm.conf file that contains that line, but I do
not have an adm.conf on this new server.



Is there a way to back out of this without uninstalling fedora-ds? make
it completely forget about everything I've done so I can just start from
scratch and try again?




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Old 07-11-2008, 01:29 AM
Rich Megginson
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

John Oliver wrote:

Since I figured I was pretty well screwed anyway, I deleted
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2 and re-ran setup-ds-admin.pl To my
amazement, it was able to complete successfully! It went all the way
through, create an adm.conf and other files, etc. I was able to log in
to the web admin screen.

So, I ran /usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2/bak2db to restore the
database I'd copied over.
Unfortunately (for your case), when you do bak2db, it copies all of the
databases - your user/group database (userRoot), and the console
information database (NetscapeRoot). So if you restore it on your new
instance . . .

That looked very promising, but there were
two points where it said it was deleting an attribute of unix-services2
and then adding one for unix-services, which is the other, live machine.
After that, clicking on Fedora Administration Express gave me an error.

. . . you wipe out the new information you just created with
setup-ds-admin.pl

I just went back to copy-and-paste it, but now I get an Internal Server
Error, and /var/log/httpd is empty.

/var/log/dirsrv/admin-serv - but it doesn't matter, because the restore
from the other backup probably wiped out the information needed by the
console.

Since I seemed to make some progress, I stopped dirsrv, deleted
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2
and /var/*/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2, and
/usr/lib/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2, and
/usr/lib64/dirsrv/slapd-unix-services2, and /var/log/dirsrv/admin-serv,
and all files in /etc/dirsrv/admin-serv except for admserv.conf,
httpd.conf, console.conf, and nss.conf

and re-ran setup-ds-admin.pl When it
was done, I could get in to the admin interface again, only now it shows
me slapd-unix-services and slapd-unix-services2 So, I'm not sure if
that's progress or not.

I want to wind up with a working backup of slapd-unix-services so if
that machine takes a crap, I can just bring up an interface with it's IP
address on slapd-unix-services2 and keep LDAP authentication working
while I puzzle out what went wrong on the first server.


Replication?
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:36 PM
John Oliver
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 07:29:03PM -0600, Rich Megginson wrote:
> John Oliver wrote:
> >
> >I want to wind up with a working backup of slapd-unix-services so if
> >that machine takes a crap, I can just bring up an interface with it's IP
> >address on slapd-unix-services2 and keep LDAP authentication working
> >while I puzzle out what went wrong on the first server.
> >
> Replication?

For some reason, I thought that's be more trouble to set up than what I
was trying :-)

Is
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/dir-server/ag/replicat.htm#pgfId-1027091
the best doc to use to learn more?

Thanks for all your help, Rich!

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Old 07-15-2008, 02:07 PM
Rich Megginson
 
Default Creating backup LDAP server.

John Oliver wrote:

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 07:29:03PM -0600, Rich Megginson wrote:


John Oliver wrote:


I want to wind up with a working backup of slapd-unix-services so if
that machine takes a crap, I can just bring up an interface with it's IP
address on slapd-unix-services2 and keep LDAP authentication working
while I puzzle out what went wrong on the first server.



Replication?



For some reason, I thought that's be more trouble to set up than what I
was trying :-)

Is
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/dir-server/ag/replicat.htm#pgfId-1027091
the best doc to use to learn more?

I suggest using the 8.0 version of the guide instead -
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/dir-server/ag/8.0/index.html

Thanks for all your help, Rich!




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