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Old 09-01-2010, 12:17 AM
Brian LaMere
Default attributes from 00core.ldif put in 99users.ldif after schema update

I updated my schema this afternoon in an MMR. �Since it was an MMR, I stopped replication first (which was scary for me, and I wish I could reload schema without doing that).
This wasn't the first time I uploaded a schema, and it is now the second file I've created in my slapd-server/schema directory. �The first extension was very short.

I used the same file on both servers, and on the first server everything worked as expected. �On the second server however, running the same schema-reload.pl command with the exact same (I scp'd the file, no copy/paste...) ldif, for some reason the x121Address and internationalISDNNumber attributes jumped into my 99users.ldif file. �It is also, as might be expected, in the 389-console window under user defined attributes.

Both stayed in their normal (00core.ldif) location, they just added to 99user.ldif as well. �I removed them from 99user.ldif, reloaded again, and they did not reappear in 99user.ldif. � Should I be concerned about there maybe being something wrong with my schema that caused this? ��Should I just move on, and forget it happened?

Thanks,Brian LaMere
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