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NAME - Random LDIF database creator

SYNOPSIS [OPTIONS] -o output_file -n number


       Random  LDIF  database  creator.  Used to generate large LDIF files for use in testing the
       Directory Server.


       A summary of options is included below:

       -v     Verbose output

       -q     Quiet output

       -s suffix
              LDAP suffix. Default is 'dc=example,dc=com'

       -c CN naming style
              Naming style for RDN's. Default is UID

       -O organizationalPersons
              Organizationalpersons objectClass. Default is inetOrgPerson.

       -p piranha style ACI
              Piranha style aci. Default is barracua

       -r seed
              Seed number for random number generator

       -g     Print extra entries for orgchart

       -x     Suppress printing of the preamble

       -y     Suppress printing of Organizational Units

       -l     Location of directory containing data files, default is /usr/share/dirsrv/data

       -n number
              Number of entries to be generated

       -b number
              Beginning number for RDN e.g. uid=1 (ending number is -n value + beginning number)

       -j number
              0 pad numbers used in RDN to this many digits e.g. with 4 1 becomes  0001  (ignored
              unless -b number is specified)

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       Copyright © 2008 Red Hat, Inc.
       This  manual  page was written by Michele Baldessari <>, for the Debian
       project (but may be used by others).
       This is free software.  You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the Directory
       Server  license  found in the LICENSE file of this software distribution.  This license is
       essentially the GNU General Public  License  version  2  with  an  exception  for  plug‐in

                                           May 18, 2008                               DBGEN.PL(1)