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NAME - Directory Server perl script for creating a "fixup" task for linked

SYNOPSIS [-Z serverID] [-D rootdn] { -w password | -w - | -j filename  }   [-l
       linkDN] [-P protocol] [-v] [-h]


       Creates  the  managed  attributes in the user entries once the linking plug-in instance is
       created or updates the managed attributes to keep everything in sync after operations like
       replication or synchronization.


       A summary of options is included below:

       -Z Server Identifier
              The  server  ID of the Directory Server instance.  If there is only one instance on
              the system, this option can be skipped.

       -D Root DN
              The Directory Manager DN, or root DN.  If not specified, the script will search the
              server instance configuration for the value.

       -w password
              The rootdn password.

       -w -
              Prompt for the rootdn password.

       -j password filename
              The name of the file that contains the root DN password.

       -l linkDN
              Gives  the target DN for which to update the linked attributes. If this is not set,
              then the default is to update all linked and  managed  attributes  for  the  entire
              subtree or directory tree.

       -P Protocol
              The  connection  protocol  to  connect  to  the  Directory  Server.   Protocols are
              STARTTLS, LDAPS, LDAPI, and LDAP.  If this  option  is  skipped,  the  most  secure
              protocol  that is available is used.  For LDAPI, AUTOBIND is also available for the
              root user.

              Display verbose output

              Display usage

EXAMPLE -Z instance1 -D 'cn=directory manager' -w password -P STARTTLS

              Note: security must be enabled to  use  protocol  STARTTLS.   If  STARTTLS  is  not
              available it will default to next strongest/available protocol automatically. -w password -l 'ou=people,dc=example,dc=com'


       Exit  status  is  zero  if no errors occur.  Errors result in a non-zero exit status and a
       diagnostic message being written to standard error.

AUTHOR was written by the 389 Project.


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                                           Mar 5, 2013                    FIXUP-LINKEDATTRS.PL(8)