In article <SebastianEichinger.email@example.com>, SebastianEichinger wrote: > I have some trouble with the DNS Servers and the update with from the > DHCP servers. > > What tabs do you have for your DNS server? > I have Zones, Forwarding List, No-Forward List, Options, Key List > Have you more? Like Mathias, I have "Control Lists" and "Advanced" in addition to what you have.
Make sure you don't have multiple DNS-DHCP locater objects as that messes things up, and OES installs do like creating new ones if you aren't careful enough (last Autumn's fun for me)
one way to get a full export of most/all your DNS and DHCP objects is to do an LDAP export on objectclass=dnip* with Attributes: dn,dNIPDNSServerOptions,dNIPDNSServerReference,dNIPDNSServers,dnipDNSSe rverVersion,dNIPDNSUpdateOption,dNIPDNSZones,dNIPDomainName,dNIPServerD N,dnsRRUpDomainName,domain
The tool I use for that is outlined in https://community.microfocus.com/t5/OES-Tips-Information/LDAP-Export- tool/ta-p/1781582 that is also great for getting user lists out of eDir, especially checking before licensing updates or for cleanup validation before any TrueUp.
These attributes are still needed. If you really can't add them the tree's schema hasn't been extended properly. You've mentioned the "old OES2011 servers", so i'd guess those reside a tree different from the one you're having issues with. Anyway, i'd check the tree's schema and, if it's not extended properly yet, i'd do so manually or with the "schema-tool" in yast. Afterwards you can link the objects, manually or with the "OES Install and Configuration" workflow in yast.