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       ldif-duplicate-attrs — check for multi-value attributes in LDIF file


       procalldiff [-C] <foo.ldif >report.txt

       Input must not contain linewraps. Do use with

       {slapcat|ldapsearch} -o ldif-wrap=no ...


       Reads  an  LDIF  file  from  standard  input  and  checks  for the presence of multivalued
       attributes of all DNs. Whitelisted attribute names are excluded from the  problem  report.
       Outputs a statistic sorted by severity to standard output.


       -C     Force  color output. Useful when piping into `less -R`.  (By default, color is only
              emitted when stdout is a tty.)

Example output

            11   cn=67eoG,ou=Muenchen,o=Deutschland
                 uid(3) cn(2) fullName(2) mail(2) sn(2)
            10   cn=Hoff,ou=Muenchen,o=Deutschland
                 homeCity(2) homePostalAddress(2) homeZipCode(2) l(2)

       The DN cn=67eoG has had three values for the "uid" attribute, two for "cn", and so on, for
       a total badness score of 11.  The entire output is sorted by:

       1.  Overall, DNs are sorted by descending score.

       2.  For a particular DN, attributes are sorted by descending score.

       3.  If two attributes have the same score, sort occurs lexicographically ascending.