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NAME

       ldap-schema-manager - manage schema to be inserted into in openldap server in cn=config
       mode

SYNOPSIS

       ldap-schema-manager [-y] [-n] [-c] [-o options] [path] [-h|-l|-i schema1 schema2|-m
       schema1 schema2|-e schema1 schema2]

DESCRIPTION

       This program will list, insert, empty or modify the ldap schemas into an openldap server
       in cn=config mode.  If a schema is not listed as a path, it will be searched for in the
       provided path, or in /etc/ldap/schema/ if no path has been provided.  To insert schemas
       from working directory prepend them with "./".  Schema with no extension is assumed to be
       .ldif. Specify .schema if you want the tool to autoconvert the schema to ldif file. See
       the examples for more information

   Options
       -i    This option insert the given list of schemas

       -m    This option insert the given list of schemas, replacing already inserted versions of
             those schemas

       -e    This option empty the given list of schemas, removing attributes and objectClasses
             from those.  This is useful because you cannot delete a schema without restarting
             slapd.

       -l    This option list inserted schemas

       -n    This option will make generated ldifs file to not be deleted after execution. Might
             be useful to understand errors.

       -c    This option make the program continue even if an error occur

       -y    This option answer yes to all questions. The only question right now is the
             confirmation one when you ask to empty a schema.

       -o    This option allow you to specify specifics options to give to ldap commands such as
             ldapmodify, but beware that you will not be able to see things like password prompts
             as the output of these commands is piped.

   Special options
       --tool-name
             This option allows you to set the binary name to use in usage output, only useful if
             you wish to create a tool based upon ldap-schema-manager.

       --default-path
             This option defines the default path, which is otherwise /etc/ldap/schema/

       --default-schemas
             This option specifies the default list of schemas to use in case no schema list is
             given. Only useful if you create a tool based upon this one.  The list needs to end
             with "--end".

EXAMPLES

        admin@ldapserver$ ldap-schema-manager -i /etc/ldap/otherschema/myschema.ldif
          Insert the schema /etc/ldap/otherschema/myschema.ldif

        admin@ldapserver$ ldap-schema-manager -i /etc/ldap/otherschema/myschema.schema
          Convert /etc/ldap/otherschema/myschema.schema to ldif and insert it

        admin@ldapserver$ ldap-schema-manager -i myschema
          Insert the schema myschema.ldif from default directory (/etc/ldap/schema/)

        admin@ldapserver$ ldap-schema-manager -i myschema.schema
          Insert the schema myschema.schema from default directory (/etc/ldap/schema/)

        admin@ldapserver$ ldap-schema-manager -m /etc/ldap/otherschema/myschema.schema
          Convert /etc/ldap/otherschema/myschema.schema to ldif and replace the existing schema by this one

        admin@ldapserver$ ldap-schema-manager -e myschema
          Empty the schema myschema

        admin@ldapserver$ ldap-schema-manager -o "-H ldap://my.ldap.com -ZZ -D 'cn=admin,cn=config' -w password -x" -l
          Connect to another ldap server and list schemas

BUGS

       Please report any bugs, or post any suggestions, to the fusiondirectory mailing list
       fusiondirectory-users or to
       <https://forge.fusiondirectory.org/projects/fdirectory/issues/new>

AUTHOR

       Come Bernigaud

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

       This code is part of FusionDirectory <http://www.fusiondirectory.org>

       Copyright (C) 2011-2017 FusionDirectory Project

       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.