This is one of the most common activity that every IDM assignment might consist of, backing up and restoring LDAP. In this post I would like to provide an insight about backing up and restoring details for Oracle Internet Directory 11g.
Essentially what you need to take backup is :
For a small LDAP there are two ways to take backup:
Backing up and restoring production environments is a topic for another day.
Backing up OID environment:
Restoring OID environment:
OID restoration can happen in the same node or different node.
The bulk utilities will write the logs to several files:
$AS_INSTANCE/diagnostics/logs/OID/tools/bulkload.log: This file contains the bulkload command output.
$AS_INSTANCE/diagnostics/logs/OID/tools/duplicateDN.log: This file contains the list of duplicate DNs found while running bulkload command.
$AS_INSTANCE/diagnostics/logs/OID/tools/bulkdelete.log: This file contains the bulkdelete command output.
$AS_INSTANCE/diagnostics/logs/OID/tools/ldifwrite.log: This file contains the bulkwrite command output.
$AS_INSTANCE/OID/load/badentry.ldif: This file contains a list of bad LDIF entries.
Hope this helps. Please write your suggestions/comments.
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