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Re-create the ndsPredicateStats object

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Hi *,

how can I re-create the ndsPredicateStats object (servername-PS) after accidentally deleting it?

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Re: Re-create the ndsPredicateStats object

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You can easily recreate it manually. After creation, ndsPredicateFlush and ndsPredicateState will already exist,  you'd have have add ndsPredicateTimeout and ndsPredicateUseValues. Defaults values would be

"ticked", "unticked", "300" and "unticked"

Finally you'd have to link it on the NCP server object with the ndsPredicateStatsDN attribute.

But as Geoff says: you'll likely lead a good life  without it...

 

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Re: Re-create the ndsPredicateStats object

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Are you actually using it?  There seems to be no one who understands how to interpet its results any longer.

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Not really. I'm just experimenting with renaming an existing eDirectory/IDM-Engine server, also changing the IP address, and I accidentally deleted this object. so I wondering if it's simple to re-create.

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You can easily recreate it manually. After creation, ndsPredicateFlush and ndsPredicateState will already exist,  you'd have have add ndsPredicateTimeout and ndsPredicateUseValues. Defaults values would be

"ticked", "unticked", "300" and "unticked"

Finally you'd have to link it on the NCP server object with the ndsPredicateStatsDN attribute.

But as Geoff says: you'll likely lead a good life  without it...

 

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Re: Re-create the ndsPredicateStats object

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I did not specifically say that, however I do quite like that turn of phrase, so thank you.

 

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Thanks Mathias for you eloquent answer.

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