pattymackay Absent Member.
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Restore NDS -- unknown objects now

I have setup a new server with NetWare 6.5 sp6. I installed Backup Exec 9.2 1401.5. Then I restored the nds from the old server. I don't believe I selected any objects (in the BE restore) that were already in my nds -- just the extra ous that need to be created and users.

I have a number of ? unknown objects in consoleone 1.3.6h

The subnet object, rootserverinfo object, openssh servers object, and the following objects:
nisserv
dns-dhcp
femsubnet
dhcp_servername
rootserverinfo
backupexec
backupexec_servername
servername-zis

I ran an unattended dsrepair, but it just seemed to fix timestamp problems.

I'm not too worried about the dhcp stuff as I can delete those objects and set that up again. I am concerned about the other unknown objects.

Help please. Thanks.

Patty
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Re: Restore NDS -- unknown objects now

pattymackay wrote:

>
> I have setup a new server with NetWare 6.5 sp6. I installed Backup
> Exec 9.2 1401.5. Then I restored the nds from the old server. I
> don't believe I selected any objects (in the BE restore) that were
> already in my nds -- just the extra ous that need to be created and
> users.
>
> I have a number of ? unknown objects in consoleone 1.3.6h
>
> The subnet object, rootserverinfo object, openssh servers object, and
> the following objects:
> nisserv
> dns-dhcp
> femsubnet
> dhcp_servername
> rootserverinfo
> backupexec
> backupexec_servername
> servername-zis
>
> I ran an unattended dsrepair, but it just seemed to fix timestamp
> problems.
>
> I'm not too worried about the dhcp stuff as I can delete those objects
> and set that up again. I am concerned about the other unknown
> objects.
>
> Help please. Thanks.
>
> Patty


Best to ask this in the edirectory forum. Also, let them know if this
is a single server tree or if there are more servers involved.

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Cheers,
Edward
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pattymackay Absent Member.
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Re: Restore NDS -- unknown objects now

I checked the nds objects in nwadmn32 and consoleone and they were ? marks in there too. Everything is okay I believe. Thanks.
Patty

Edward van der Maas;1595615 wrote:
pattymackay wrote:

>
> I have setup a new server with NetWare 6.5 sp6. I installed Backup
> Exec 9.2 1401.5. Then I restored the nds from the old server. I
> don't believe I selected any objects (in the BE restore) that were
> already in my nds -- just the extra ous that need to be created and
> users.
>
> I have a number of ? unknown objects in consoleone 1.3.6h
>
> The subnet object, rootserverinfo object, openssh servers object, and
> the following objects:
> nisserv
> dns-dhcp
> femsubnet
> dhcp_servername
> rootserverinfo
> backupexec
> backupexec_servername
> servername-zis
>
> I ran an unattended dsrepair, but it just seemed to fix timestamp
> problems.
>
> I'm not too worried about the dhcp stuff as I can delete those objects
> and set that up again. I am concerned about the other unknown
> objects.
>
> Help please. Thanks.
>
> Patty


Best to ask this in the edirectory forum. Also, let them know if this
is a single server tree or if there are more servers involved.

--
Cheers,
Edward
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Restore NDS -- unknown objects now

pattymackay wrote:

>
> I checked the nds objects in nwadmn32 and consoleone and they were ?
> marks in there too. Everything is okay I believe. Thanks.
> Patty


Please ask in the eDir forums.


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Cheers,
Edward
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